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Freemium publishing - OECD case study. SSP 2013

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Freemium publishing case study from the OECD. Presented at Society for Scholarly Publishers annual meeting, San Francisco, June 2013.

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Freemium publishing - OECD case study. SSP 2013

  1. 1. Freemium AccessPublishingCase Study: OECDToby GreenHead of Publishingtoby.green@oecd.org
  2. 2. OECD’s publishing policyMAXIMISEDISSEMINATION(everything has to be free)FULLCOST RECOVERY(everything needs to be priced)$16.5M
  3. 3. OECD’s Mission (and target audiences)Wordle of OECD’s MissionSource: www.oecd.org
  4. 4. have different contexts• Home or SME or mobile• Occasional, low intensity• No or low desire for added-value services• Institution, desk-bound• High intensity, re-use• Opportunity for value-addedsupport and services
  5. 5. Readers’ and institutional needs aremulti-faceted and evolvingNeedsTimePREMIUMRead on PCSaveoffline, copy-pasteEnhanceddiscoveryDownload associateddata (StatLinks)Citation tools,Text miningBasicdiscoveryRead ontabletsSave ininformation managementsystems (e.g. Mendeley)Share, EmbedValueSupport forlibrariesFREESimpleComplexFREEMIUM
  6. 6. OECD’s Freemium boundary evolvesAll contentfree to readonlineBasicdownloadableedition1999 2004 2005-2010Enhanceddownloadableedition20% ofpages freeto read100% ofpages freeto read20-30% ofbooks freeto downloadNon-customers (free access)Customers (Cost recovery)Downloadby chapter2012Read bychapterTodayServices
  7. 7. Our offersOECD iLibrarySERVICESDelivery and support:• OECD Offices• Partners, AgentsMOBILEBooksPeriodicalsPRODUCTSDistribution channels:• OECD Online Bookshop• Tradtional Booktrade• E-Bookshops• Subscription agents• Resellers
  8. 8. FREEMIUM means we can maximisedissemination (more people read our stuff!)8-2,0004,0006,0008,00010,00012,0002005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Sold FreeIn 2012, 10 out of 12accesses werefree of chargeDownloads(‘000s)MAXIMISEDISSEMINATION
  9. 9. Freemium means cost recoveryIncome(millionseuros)024681012142000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012BooksPeriodicalsPRODUCTSOECD iLibrarySERVICESFULL COSTRECOVERYc. 300institutionswith access toall titlesc. 1200institutionswith access toall titles
  10. 10. Freemium in action www.oecd-ilibrary.org
  11. 11. Thank youToby GreenHead of Publishingtoby.green@oecd.orgwww.oecd-ilibrary.org@TobyABGreen

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