Dotcom vs print mag – stats from some big US titles
The US’s most powerful fashion editors reviewed at forbes.com – plus how well each editor’s title is transitioning from print to the online format. Generally, ad sales down but web hits rising fast… time to update the old skills set if you haven’t already, methinks.
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