I'm usually critical of magazine websites that muddle together or blur the distinction between their editorial content and their advertisements. The redesigned Chatelaine and Flare, however are not open to that criticism. While the new sites have larger ad sizes and they are included in a grid with editorial stories, the advertising is clearly labelled; no chance of readers mistaking one for another.
Monday, December 03, 2012
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