A Focus on Quality Digital Journalism
At Forbes, rather than one-size-fits-all, we believe in tailoring our journalism to each editorial platform. This print magazine features deep-dive reporting, careful writing, editing and fact-checking, and highly produced photography and design; live events emphasize inspiration and networking; newsletters focus on directing action.
Forbes.com drives our largest audience (almost 70 million monthly unique users, according to Comscore), the lion’s share of our revenue and the majority of our journalism, with some 250 articles published on an average day, covering the full gamut of entrepreneurial capitalism. For the past six months we’ve focused on redesigning and rearchitecting the site to create a premium digital experience that’s true to the Forbes mission and voice. You’ll now find:
• Daily Cover Stories, which deliver the in-depth storytelling that generations have expected from the print magazine, leveraging our entire digital toolbox, from data visualization to video to customized, immersive layouts.
• A cleaner, more elegant article design that puts our journalism at the center and an intuitive taxonomy that allows people to find it more easily (the stories load faster too!).
• An Ai-powered publishing platform that empowers our journalists to craft better headlines, choose the best photographs and find topics readers are asking about. “It’s a bionic suit for a writer,” says Salah Zalatimo, who oversees Forbes’ product and tech team.
It was the ultimate collaboration, with more than 60 Forbes staffers rolling up their sleeves (some key leaders are pictured above). Special call-outs go to Dan Revitte, who oversaw look and feel and Forbes veteran Nina Gould, who deftly managed the process. “It was a Herculean effort by a smart, engaged group of people,” says Gould. And it’s ongoing. Great products perpetually iterate. The beneficiary, we hope, is you.
Thomas Solomon, Vadim Supitskiy, Nina Gould, Dan Revitte, Luis Capelo and Salah Zalatimo