After George interviewed Missy from Suicide Girls at the PSFK Conference Los Angeles, he went on and wrote about the publisher in BrandWeek.

After George interviewed Missy from Suicide Girls at the PSFK Conference Los Angeles, he went on and wrote about the publisher in BrandWeek. George says:

The beauty of SuicideGirls is that it offers a far richer experience to those who commit to becoming part of its family than is offered by the vast majority of existing social networking and collaborative sites.

The site is probably one of the better examples of that much abused and ill-understood term “sticky.” By continually adding functionality capable of delivering great content, members are encouraged to make it their number one destination when online. Girls are able to not only add albums of their personal photos, they can also blog and interact with fans and friends with message boards and groups covering everything from sexaholics to spirituality, chat rooms, podcasts, interviews and news that includes such things as reports from Lebanon and Iraq to street fashion from Japan and Brazil. There’s even a dedicated radio channel.

SuicideGirls Keeps It Fresh By Keeping It Real:

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