Magazine Website Review

MORE magazine. In that one simple word it uses as its title, it promises a lot. Does the magazine’s website deliver? Let’s take a look.

Strength of Content: 10
Regarding content, there is hardly a stone left unturned at MORE.com. As the navigation tabs say, Fashion, Beauty, Health, Sex & Love, Money & Careers, MORE Women, Passions and Community—it’s all covered “For Women of Style & Substance.”

Within each category are how-tos, trends, reviews, strategies, forums and straight-up articles ranging from “Why Marriages Fall Apart” to “9 Green Social Entrepreneur Start-Ups” to “Life Lesson Learned Too Late.” There is a lot here for the woman who’s matured out of Glamour and Cosmo and now feels more motivated to make life work for her.

MORE’s major theme is reinvention—and the site is full of inspiration. While there’s a wide range of articles to guide you in buying the right cosmetics, clothing, libido foods or investment tools, MORE concentrates equally on the larger ideas of reinventing yourself (see: Reinvention Institute), of starting over (see: Second Acts and My First After 40) and of getting in touch with your passions (see: One Amazing Thing).

MORE.com is pleasantly interactive. You can join the MORE community for free, create a profile, network with other women and write stories that are posted on the site.

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MORE magazine’s website

MORE magazine. In that one simple word it uses as its title, it promises a lot. Does the magazine’s website deliver? Let’s take a look.

Strength of Content: 10
Regarding content, there is hardly a stone left unturned at MORE.com. As the navigation tabs say, Fashion, Beauty, Health, Sex & Love, Money & Careers, MORE Women, Passions and Community—it’s all covered “For Women of Style & Substance.”

Within each category are how-tos, trends, reviews, strategies, forums and straight-up articles ranging from “Why Marriages Fall Apart” to “9 Green Social Entrepreneur Start-Ups” to “Life Lesson Learned Too Late.” There is a lot here for the woman who’s matured out of Glamour and Cosmo and now feels more motivated to make life work for her.

MORE‘s major theme is reinvention—and the site is full of inspiration. While there’s a wide range of articles to guide you in buying the right cosmetics, clothing, libido foods or investment tools, MORE concentrates equally on the larger ideas of reinventing yourself (see: Reinvention Institute), of starting over (see: Second Acts and My First After 40) and of getting in touch with your passions (see: One Amazing Thing).

MORE.com is pleasantly interactive. You can join the MORE community for free, create a profile, network with other women and write stories that are posted on the site. Leer más “Magazine Website Review”

Updated Grocery Chain Social Media Marketing Infographic

Over at Pace Communications we updated the number of social media followers for U.S Grocery Chains Infographic. This is another example of how you can build a complete web infographic campaign. Publish updates to your infographics campaigns, not only is it easier to reproduce the infographic, you don’t have to design a new infographic, but people are already familer with your infographic campaign and will look forward to the update.


Over at Pace Communications we updated the number of social media followers for U.S Grocery Chains Infographic. This is another example of how you can build a complete web infographic campaign. U.S. Number of Social Media Followers August 2010

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