The newsstands compete for your attention with their flashy headlines and cover stars (oh hey, Britney) but what about their social networks? After finally finding and building a readership and community online, these publications are actively working to create and share content in order to gain more online readers but not all these magazines do social the same.
How do these publications compare to each other in Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Google +?
And, further more, what kind of content are these publications creating/sharing on social? Go ahead and give our slideshow a click run-through to see what the social rating of your favorite magazines.
We also ran these Twitter accounts through a fake Twitter checker and the magazine with the lowest amount of fake followers was Seventeen with only 5% and Lucky coming in second with 6%. The magazine with the highest amount of fake Twitter followers was Elle with 29%.
To see the complete breakdown of followers, see the stats below (stats are from 9/27/2012, 9am EST).