Google Launch Think Quarterly Magazine
Google has finally launched the first edition of its new “online magazine” and it has been quick to point out that it is not intended for consumers. Think Quarterly is very much a marketing tool and has only been sent out to around 1,500 of Google’s partners throughout the UK.
The magazine was designed by creative group The Church of London and is free to view while also featuring not a jotof advertising.
Much of the content is produced by Google staff, but media luminaries such as the Guardian’s Simon Rogers are also lending a helping hand.
Google have made sure to let people know they aren’t branching into media, stating “Like most companies we regularly communicate with our business customers via email newsletters, updates on our official blogs, and printed materials. This short book about data was sent to 1,500 of our UK partners and advertisers.
“There are only a limited number of copies, and they aren’t for sale or designed for anyone other than our partners – but anyone who’s interested can visit the companion website at www.thinkquarterly.co.uk.”
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