Articles by FOLIO: Magazine Staff

David Kieselstein

  Takeaway: Utility and frequency are paramount as Penton transforms from a traditional b-to-b media company into a professional information services unit.

Peter Goldstone

  • Hanley Wood made key buys in data services and events with the purchases of market research firm, Metrostudy, and the Greenbuild International Expo.

Jonathan Moffly

 • Moffly relaunched the regional media company’s sites this summer, leading to an immediate 5-percent bump in traffic.

John Siefert

 • Virgo filled gaps in education services under Siefert, including the launch of the Infection Control Today Digital Summit.

Bill Carter

  • Launching mobile websites, mobile-optimized newsletters and apps across their product lines in the past year, Carter has been pursuing a digital-first model for ALM.

Nicole Vogel

  Takeaway: Actively monitoring the competition, Nicole Vogel has been able to expand her network of city and specialty titles across the Western U.S.

Ben Lerer

 • Thrillist has turned its city-based lifestyle newsletters into e-commerce engines with men’s shopping club, JackThreads. The e-retailer is approaching 5 million members.

Jim Bankoff

 • Bankoff took over Vox in 2011 after a successful stay at AOL where he acquired tech blog Engadget and launched Hollywood gossip brand, TMZ.

Tony Mamone

 • Mamone’s team purchased and relaunched digital home décor title Lonny, leading to a 10-fold increase in monthly traffic.

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