Ever get an outfit that you loved while you were in the store, only to hate it once you wear it out? The same thing can happen when it comes to web design. It’s good to stay on top of trends, but not every trend works. The concept of ‘clean’ design with tons of white space didn’t work for TVSource Magazine.
Thank you to all of our readers for contributing to TVSource Magazine’s popularity and success in 2013. We experienced tremendous growth last year and hope to have successful 2014 as well.
Four years ago, Soap Opera Source was launched. One year ago today, Soap Opera Source became TVSource Magazine. Happy 1st birthday, TVSource!
Today marks the 6th month anniversary of TVSourceMagazine.com! When we launched the site in January, there was a lot of uncertainty. Would the readers who supported Soap Opera Source support the new site? Would the readers feel as if we’ve abandoned soaps due to the cancellations? Luckily we didn’t encounter much of that. Of course there were those who didn’t understand why Soap Opera Source had to come to an end, but overall the response was positive and it’s shown in our numbers.
We’ve had more visitors to TVSource in the last 6 months than Soap Opera Source had all of 2011! Kudos to the staff at TVSource for creating engaging original content. It was difficult losing some of Soap Opera Source’s most talented writers during the transition, but the new team has exceeded expectations and continues to be stars.
The true test will happen this fall as it will be the magazine’s first first season. What to cover? What features to add? What to review? It’s all up for grabs.
Atlantic City, January 10, 2012 — SoSource Media, LLC announced today its four-year old property SoapOperaSource.com will shut down at the end of January.
The website, which launched in September 2008, will be replaced by its new entertainment property TVSourceMagazine.com. TVSource Magazine features expanded television coverage including breaking news, celebrity interviews and the hottest trends in television, film and pop culture. TVSource will absorb and re-brand all Soap Opera Source content.