Xojane

XoJane (also known as xoJane.com) is an American online magazine geared toward women and founded by Jane Pratt.In less than two months from the launch date, XoJane established itself as one of the "Top 10 Lifestyle Websites for Women." Pratt serves as editor in chief with Emily McCombs as executive editor, Mandy Stadtmiller as deputy editor, and Corynne Cirilli as managing editor. Pratt launched a British sister site, xojane.co.uk, in June 2012, with Rebecca Holman as editor.
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  • David Carr on the state of media: ‘The consumer is making out really well’

    … From media columnist David Carr’s perch at The New York Times, it’s a good time to be in publishing. In local news, as he pointed out in a recent column, the Texas Tribune is evidence of a thriving site. He has celebrated Vice’s commitment to hard news. In old medialand, Jeff Bezos has brought “confidence and financial stability…

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 17 readers -
  • Say Media’s post content plan: Sell a CMS

    … have to think about.” That puts Say in competition with giants like WordPress as well as custom installations based off Drupal. Say hopes to differentiate by solving multiple problems for publishers. Sanchez said that Tempest’s value proposition is broken into three parts: content creation, audience growth and monetization. So not only does…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digidayin Content- 28 readers -
  • Platishers, beware: Say Media gives up on publishing

    … sites, XoJane and Fashionista, actually lost audience in the past year, and two others, ReadWrite and Remodelista, aren’t big enough to be measured by comScore. Meanwhile, there’s been an exodus of top executives, including ex-president Troy Young, his successor Kim Kelleher; and CFO Anna Baird. Scaling up was costly, and the company began losing…

    Lucia Moses/ Digidayin Social- 57 readers -
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