Not so long ago, we trialled an experiment in ‘new economy’ journalism that we dubbed Magazine 2.0.
We asked you, our readers, to share your best business tips, through our blog, for publication in Anthill Magazine. The response was so overwhelming, we were forced to turn the proposed column into a series.
Never ones to leave a good idea dormant, we’ve decided to take this experiment not just one step further but to its logical conclusion.
Here’s our audacious goal: We intend to produce the world’s first entirely reader-generated business magazine for publication this December.
We’ll be asking you, our readers, to suggest the people we profile.
We’ll be asking you to nominate the questions we ask.
We’ll be asking you to share your business stories through case studies.
We’ll be asking you to share your expertise through opinion pieces and columns.
We make no promises. We may not pull it off.
But we’re going to do our darnedest to do as we do best – turn conventional business practices on their head.
Of course, there’ll be some rules (and we might have to make up some extra rules as we go along).
- If you’d like to be involved, click here and fill out our form. That way, we’ll know who to contact, how to contact you and, best of all, how to attribute your contribution(s).
- Of course, we’ll be deeming your participation in this exercise as consent for us to use your comments for publication, permission for us to sub-edit and as a demonstration that you have agreed to our standard Terms & Conditions.
- We’ll be conducting this exercise in a dedicated blog channel. Today, you’re reading our Editors’ Blog. To read the latest information on this experiment, visit our new Magazine 2.0 Blog.
Our promise is that we’ll try to keep up our end of the bargain as best we can, without compromising the quality of Anthill Magazine (or getting sued).
So… are you in? 😉
If so, click here and register and/or make a suggestion below.
Is there anyone that you would like Anthill’s collective readership to interview? Is there a burning question you would like to ask Australia’s entrepreneurial elite? Is there a topic that you think constitutes essential business reading? Whatever your idea (serious, humorous, just plain kooky), leave your comment below (but don’t forget to register).