To Discontinue Print Magazine

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What more can you expect in a digital era? We’ve come to an end with print publications. Much success to the very few that still exists. will discontinue its quarterly print magazine which originally debuted in 2012 when it was still under Fashion Fairchild Media.

According to Fashionisa, “A¬†rep for Cond√© Nast¬†attributes the decision¬†to increased traffic on the website. “Since relaunch in early September, the site continues to exceed growth expectations,” the rep said in a statement over email. “To continue that momentum, we’ve made the decision to focus 100% of our efforts on our core digital business.”

Last August, Condé Nast sold Fairchild, and was exempt from the sale and brought under a new leadership structure as part of Vogue. In September 2014, it launched a redesign with expanded coverage.

It is very important for the print publications that still exist to focus on online.

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Source: Fashionisa

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