PRLog - Feb. 7, 2011 - MANHATTAN, N.Y. -- New York, NY
Zeenery Launches Free Social Networking Website for Magazine Readers
Zeenery has announced the launch of their social network for magazine readers – http://www.zeenery.com. This free service is a playground for magazine readers of popular titles such as ESPN The Magazine, Car and Driver, Outside Magazine, Elle, and Woman’s Day, where users can connect with people to discuss the articles and make the experience interactive. Zeenery users, called Zeeners, can also follow friends, rate issues, and play games relating to the content. All activity is rewarded with points, attributed to each issue. Zeeners with the most points for each issue earn the title of “Headliner”
Zeeners are not required to subscribe to any magazines, and can learn more about these popular magazines by reading or participating in the activity. Zeenery and publishers hope this platform will lead to purchases of subscriptions or current issues, while also increasing subscription renewal figures.
“We’re excited to see Zeenery launch and look forward to seeing our readers enjoy this social network,” Outside Magazine’s Consumer Marketing Director Paul Rolnick said.
Titles included are available at Zeenery for purchase and discussion, and select titles are also available for trivia. Zeenery is in the process of expanding to partner with additional publishers.
Description of Select Web Pages at Zeenery:
TalkBack: Zeeners create and reply to discussions about the issues. Points are awarded for each comment posted, and each time a comment is “liked” by another Zeener.
Trivia: Zeeners earn points by answering questions taken directly from specific issues. Feedback is provided for incorrect selections, telling the Zeener what page in the issue to find the answer, urging additional reading.
Headliners: Top point earners are displayed for each issue. When a new issue is released, and the current issue is closed, the final “Headliner”
Zeenery – Where Zeeners Go
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Zeenery is a playground for magazine readers, where you can discuss the articles and make the experience interactive. Follow friends to see what they’re discussing, rate issues, play games, and take your favorite magazines to the next level.