Usa Today and Wall Street Journal Swot
Strengths 1. Hotel Circulation 2. Cheaper for Technological Circulation 3. Number One For Sports Coverage 4. Relates To More People Who Do Not Have A Strong Business Background 5. Easier Comprehension For Lower Education Level Readers 6. More Popular in Lower Income Families (under $80,000) 7. Use of Google Ads 8. Popularity Greatly Exceeds the Competition Outside the WSJ 9. Short Distribution to Circulators
Weaknesses 1. Decline of Paper Reading 2. Availability of Free Online Articles Before Subscription 3. Lack of Youth Appeal- Average Age is 50 Years Old 4. More of A Domestic Newspaper Compared to the WSJ, offered in London and a few select cities 5. Wide Range of Coverage That Does Not Target One Market Segment 6. More Popular in Lower Income Families (under $80,000) 7. Use Of Google Ads 8. Competition From TV and Radio
Wall Street Journal
Strengths: 1. Cheaper Technological Circulation 2. Globally Reliable Business Source for Relevant Economic Local and International Updates 3. Highest Circulation Nationwide 4. Globally Recognized Source 5. Focus is Primarily on Business, Economics, Stock Market 6. More Popular in Higher Income Families (greater than 100,00) 7. Use Of Google Ads 8. Recently Sold To A Company With High Approval Ratings 9. On XM Radio 10. Can Receive in all 50 States 11. Popularity Greatly Exceeds the Competition Excluding USA Today 12. Short Distribution to Circulators 13. Conservative Reporters
Weaknesses: 1. Declines in Paper Reading 2. More Popular in Higher Income Families (greater than 100,00) 3. Use Of Google Ads 4. Competition From TV Radio 5. Conservative Reporters
* Provide news as it happens by uploading it to the internet- especially good for the Sports section for real time scores and stats * Feeds the increasing interest in current news, when wanted, at their fingertips.