With The Scope, Huffington Post joins the vertical craze

Once upon a time, many publishers wanted to establish authority on every topic, and cover everything they possibly could. Today, a growing number of them still want to cover everything, but now they're trying to build standalone brands around each interest or topic. Case in point: The Scope, a health-focused editorial brand created by The Huffington Post, which a small team is trying to grow on platforms including Facebook and Twitter. Using content created by existing HuffPo staff and other content partners, the Scope will see what resonates with an audience on platforms before expanding into newsletters, other platforms, events and so on. The post With The Scope, Huffington Post joins the vertical craze appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at 'Digiday'

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