It’s vitally important to develop a thick skin, especially in the beginning – you’re going to get a whole lot of rejections, no matter how good your ideas or writing are.
The region has posted a stable growth even after experiencing some turbulence unlike significant downfall in ad spending that occurred in European and American markets.
The Web edition of a cover story from Fortune this April, took a sharp turn from what you might expect at a 79-year-old magazine. Dispensing advice on finding a job during a recession, the piece had a soundtrack, a troupe of improv actors from Chicago and about 4,000 fewer words than your average magazine feature. Instead of scrolling through a column of text, readers (if the term can be applied) flipped through nine pages that told the story with a mix of text, photo-illustrations, interactive graphics and video clips. So is this what the magazine of the future looks like?