Greece magazine had nothing to say. It was insipid. It was bland. The writing was competent but not inspiring. It became boring, rewriting the same articles over and over again. |
I contacted them about a subject which affected many expats but they were clueless, made polite noises and ignored me. Then a year later they created a very weak article about the subject but is was pretty superficial and was almost useless.
Having worked as a journalist on specialist titles and vertical markets back in the 80s and 90s I could have made useful contribution. but the usual blandness won the day.
They folded because they lost circulation due to other readers feeling much as I did.
Motto from my previous days in journalism: Think Clearly. Don't be boring.