G/O Media plans to follow Quartz playbook


G/O Media, which just lately obtained organization news web page Quartz, ideas to change its functioning design to be a lot more like its the latest acquisition, reports Mark Stenberg of Adweek.

Stenberg reviews, “But Quartz staff members should not be worried about the dilution of their business culture or mission, Spanfeller said. If something, fairly than rework Quartz to resemble a traditional G/O Media property, the firm aims to evolve its latest portfolio to extra closely resemble Quartz.

“Since launching G/O Media, Great Hill Ventures has sought to professionalize the running a blog that the moment outlined its titles, such as the former Gawker Media web-sites Gizmodo, Deadspin and Jezebel. Quartz, with its signature style and high-amount examination, signifies the way in which G/O Media aims to improve, according to Spanfeller.

“In that vein, the organization has no programs to considerably transform the Quartz web-site, exterior of most likely diminishing the marketing of its Everyday Quick e-newsletter. But, provided the advert-load common to G/O Media qualities and the best objective of the acquisition, the small business publisher will very likely see an uptick in programmatic advertisement placements, Shah claimed.

“The media company also hopes to use the high quality viewers of small business experts that Quartz draws in to entice blue-chip advertisers to the G/O Media portfolio. There, titles like tech-centric Gizmodo and auto-focused Jalopnik could give them with incremental get to.”

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