Magazines Don’t Want To Hear From You

Magazines Don’t Want To Hear From You
Innovation

A survey of the websites of the top 50 magazines by The Bivings Group shows that while RSS, video and reporter blogs have become popular services, systems that enaable reader dialog, such as comments and blogroll, are being ignored.

Guy Brighton
  • 4 december 2006

A survey of the websites of the top 50 magazines by The Bivings Group shows that while RSS, video and reporter blogs have become popular services, systems that enaable reader dialog, such as comments and blogroll, are being ignored. Here’s a quick chart:

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