Forbes goes the social way


After The McKinsey Quarterly Forbes.com seems to have gone the social way:

Highlights include:

  • An enhanced Top Story box, with five rotating news stories and larger photos
  • Easier access to Special Reports and our franchise lists, which are now featured just below the Top Story
  • Both Top Rated stories and Most Popular stories, as well as Reader Comments, are now featured prominently
  • Each of the nine channels has four headlines visible on the home page at any given time
  • The Forbes.com Video Network is now available full screen, with a bar that allows users to fast forward and rewind videos and directly access FVN’s main page
  • The Stock Picking Community, CEO Network, and “What We’re Reading” (ClipMarks) are featured
  • The Forbes.com Attache now appears on the top right hand corner of the page, with an easy to expand and contract format
  • Markets data and the Market Brief feature are featured in the center column
  • The Breaking News template enables us to react quickly and visibly to news
  • In addition to ForbesAutos.com and ForbesTraveler.com, Investopedia.com and RealClearPolitics.com are now featured on the home page

Check out the new home page at www.forbes.com, and the editor’s note about the redesign here.

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About Gautam

Gautam is a HR professional interested in how emerging technologies are impacting work, careers and organizations.

Posted on May 5, 2008, in blogging. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Forbes goes the social way.

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