U.S. News & World Report
- Folio, Friday, August 29, 2008 11:15 AM
saw ad revenue skyrocket 500% around the relaunch of its America's Best Colleges Web site, which provides the magazine's annual college rankings. "We're well into
seven figures [in ad sales] just online for this story," says magazine president Bill Holiber.
Traffic to the site more than doubled to 15 million page views last Friday. The site
underwent a major redesign this year, offering more tools, articles and better accessibility of the ranking data. New content includes a section on new and up-and-coming schools, picks from
high-school guidance counselors, a student forum and a gallery of more than 2,000 college-related videos. A student center also includes calculators and in-depth information on college loans.
U.S. News & World Report also expanded its relationship with major portals, such as Yahoo and AOL, to feature some of the Best Colleges content and direct traffic back to the Best Colleges
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