Tagged: Forbes

Forbes.com rolls out follow bar 0

Forbes.com rolls out follow bar

Forbes.com has added a follow bar that allows readers to follow specific writers and news topics. Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer, writes, “You can follow our reporters and writers covering news beats that...

Forbes expanding into e-books 0

Forbes expanding into e-books

Lucia Moses of Adweek writes about how Forbes, which has let outside contributors and advertisers publish content on its site, is the model a step further by having contributors publish e-books under its name. Moses...

The pros and cons of the Forbes model 0

The pros and cons of the Forbes model

Jeff Sonderman of The Poynter Institute examines the onlne business model of Forbes, which relies heavily on contributor content. Sonderman writes, “Conflicts of interest are another potential weakness in the model. Especially among unpaid...

Forbes to launch Brazil edition 0

Forbes to launch Brazil edition

Forbes announced Tuesday the introduction of its 22nd international edition, Forbes Brazil, in partnership with BPP LTDA, the publisher of Billboard in Brazil. The new edition is scheduled to launch on July 31 in...

Building an online readership base 0

Building an online readership base

Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer at Forbes, writes about how one of the business magazine’s bloggers, Anthony Kosner, has seen his readership go from 40,000 to 400,000 a month. Dvorkin writes, “Today, Anthony...

Biz magazines aimed at the 1 percent 0

Biz magazines aimed at the 1 percent

Matthew Flamm of Crain’s New York Business writes about business magazines that are geared toward a high-end audience such as Bloomberg Pursuits and Forbes Life. Flamm writes, “Luxury titles have risen and fallen before....