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== E-Zine ==
 
== E-Zine ==
  
E-Zine or also called Webzine is a domain, which carries the design of a classic journal/magazine. It contains editorial posting like articles, columns, interviews with celebrities which are generally written bei journalists.  
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E-Zine or also called Webzine is a domain, which carries the design of a classic journal/magazine. It contains editorial posting like articles, columns, interviews with celebrities which are generally written bei journalists. Differs from a blog.
 
As the look of a magazine becomes more and more important, it is even more important for E-Zines to keep their corporate design up (see external links).
 
As the look of a magazine becomes more and more important, it is even more important for E-Zines to keep their corporate design up (see external links).
 
The community features are conflicting a little bit to the idea of an old journal, but nevertheless the content still has the highest priority and not the idea of connecting people or developing a new social media network.
 
The community features are conflicting a little bit to the idea of an old journal, but nevertheless the content still has the highest priority and not the idea of connecting people or developing a new social media network.

Latest revision as of 09:53, 23 July 2014

E-Zine

E-Zine or also called Webzine is a domain, which carries the design of a classic journal/magazine. It contains editorial posting like articles, columns, interviews with celebrities which are generally written bei journalists. Differs from a blog. As the look of a magazine becomes more and more important, it is even more important for E-Zines to keep their corporate design up (see external links). The community features are conflicting a little bit to the idea of an old journal, but nevertheless the content still has the highest priority and not the idea of connecting people or developing a new social media network.

Examples

- blackpaper
- Phrack
- 29A

External links

Methods for choosing a digital magazine