Interview: What Makes a Great Men’s Media Site

February 20th, 2013

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Our partners at Say Media ask me a few questions about menswear, current trends and what it takes to create engaging content.

Check out the full interview here.

 

Thanks for reading,

TSBmen

 

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  • http://www.lucidlingo.com.au/ Gazman

    I’m an avid reader of style blogs and TSB was the first one I came across, about 18 month’s ago. To that point I never knew these things existed. It might sound dramatic but it has been somewhat life changing. Thanks!

  • Jaws

    “I don’t read any other blogs or style websites.”

    Think this site, while providing some decent content, is readily influenced by prominent menswear blogs. Citing sources signifies credibility.

    • http://tsbmen.com Dan Trepanier

      …regularly.” Taking me out of context there Jaws.

      Of course we’re aware of the industry at large, as anybody in business should be.

      Anyway, thanks for your support.

      • Jaws

        No problem. Always nice to credit those which inspire/influence you though, even if you’re reading occurs occasionally vs. regularly.

  • Darren

    I have been following Dan since early 2010, and have always been anxious for the next post. Engaged and captive audience.

  • Anon

    Weird responses

    • rismomax

      Hey Anon, criticism is worthless if it isn’t constructive, but you’re probably just a troll anyway.

      I read the whole interview. As an aspiring designer, I am impressed with how professional your responses were. Keep it up Dan, you understand your audience better than any other style blogger out there, as far as I’m concerned.

      • LouCaves

        I’m wondering how concise and thoughtful responses like, “a confident swagger is much more important than up-to-date fashion,” would be considered a weird response.

        Good interview, TSB. Keep inspiring, it’s helping Chicago!