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A woman who pays Instagrammers and YouTubers $500 to $30,000 per post on behalf of brands like Cosmo and Esquire has a go-to formula for calculating w...
A woman who finds Instagrammers and YouTubers to promote brands shares her go-to formula for paying influencers, who can earn anywhere from $500 to $30,000 for a single post. But sometimes they ask for less than they're worth.
Media’s brightest minds discussed video, industry newcomers, and emerging platforms at IGNITION 2017
At IGNITION 2017, power players in media discussed the strategies they're using to keep up with the changing atmosphere.
Joanna Coles, chief content officer of Hearst, says she learned from personal experience that a flexible schedule is key for working parents.
From taking a 50% pay cut to barging into a bathroom stall, an exec explains how taking risks led to her success
Hearst executive Joanna Coles has had a journalism career characterized by gutsiness, risk-taking, and the willingness to seize prime opportunities.
Snap board member and Hearst exec Joanna Coles is a self-proclaimed nightmarish negotiator. And her favorite negotiation strategy is simply to stop talking.
‘Bold Type’ executive producer Joanna Coles reveals which scenes actually happened in real life when she ran Cosmo and Marie Claire
Hearst chief content officer and 'Bold Type' executive producer Joanna Coles explains how her career as a magazine editor inspired the series.
Hearst Magazines executive Joanna Coles says it's important to keep up with and act kindly toward your peer group, who may help you get jobs in the future.
How Snap board member and Hearst executive Joanna Coles made a series of bold moves — like bursting into a bathroom stall and tossing a man out ...
Joanna Coles went from being a dogged news reporter to leading the biggest fashion magazines. Here's how she did it.
A $195 million estate once owned by William Randolph Hearst is now tied for the title of America’s most expensive home
The Beverly Hills home is listing again, this time for $195 million.
4 of the biggest media publishers in the US are forming an advertising company to take on The New York Times and Wall Street Journal
Nucleus will be headed up by former Mashable CRO and former New York Times VP of advertising Seth Rogin.