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The Top 10 Most Successful And Influential Magazines Of The Year

The Top 10 Most Successful And Influential Magazines Of The Year
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Their 31st annual Adweek Hot List names the leading magazines in the industry.

Emma Hutchings
  • 4 may 2011

Adweek recently announced the year’s Top 10 magazines in their 31st annual Hot List. This selection of the industry’s most successful and influential was chosen based on a number of factors:

…financial performance metrics—ad page, ad revenue, newsstand, and overall circulation, growth—along with an influence measurement derived from social media footprint, press impressions, and search engine results. Also factored in is a product quality measurement, based on the number of edit pages, Web traffic, awards, and other reader satisfaction benchmarks.

Here is the list of the Top 10 magazines for the past year:

1) Food Network Magazine
2) Marie Claire
3) Elle Decor
4) Wired
5) GQ
6) People StyleWatch
7) Cosmopolitan
8) Rolling Stone
9) Businessweek
10) Vanity Fair

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