More NewsGlam.com’s Rising Fortunes

Glam.com's Rising Fortunes

Fashion e-commerce and blogging network Glam.com has entered comScore's top ten ranked women's sites and surpassed many long-term incumbents in the fashion and beauty category, including Vogue's Style.com, iVillage Beauty & Style, InStyle.com and Elle.com

Fashion e-commerce and blogging network Glam.com has entered comScore’s top ten ranked women’s sites and surpassed many long-term incumbents in the fashion and beauty category, including Vogue’s Style.com, iVillage Beauty & Style, InStyle.com and Elle.com. Glam’s sites had 2.3 million uniques in July, up from 1.4 million in June and 463,000 in May, according to comScore, and it’s global unique users measure 5.3 million.

Four months ago Glam.com entered a deal with Cosmopolitan in which the Hearst magazine would represent some of its graphical advertising. Blogs in the glam network when it launched last year included BagCrazy.blogspot.com, Coquette.blogs.com, SheFinds.com/blog, PopGadget.net, InMyBag.blogspot.com, FashionTribes.typepad.com and TiaWilliams.net/blog.

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