Taylor Swift Cover Photos Not Selling As Many Magazines
For the past couple of years, Taylor Swift has been everywhere you look. Now, new research indicates that many of her recent cover photos haven’t done as well selling those magazines at the newsstand.
According to an article on The Huffington Post:
“Women’s Wear Daily reports that the wall-to-wall T-Swift coverage didn’t actually bring in major traffic. In fact, most of Swift’s covers bombed on the newsstands.
According to WWD’s annual report, which culls numbers from the Alliance for Audited Media, sales of Swift’s Vogue cover fell short of both Lady Gaga and Adele’s 2012 Vogue covers. Sales of Swift’s Glamour cover fell below that of Lauren Conrad and Victoria Beckham’s, as did sales of her Harper’s Bazaar cover (which we could’ve seen coming a mile away — Bazaar readers aren’t exactly Swift’s teen demo). Lastly, Swift’s Cosmo cover, which billed the singer as “crazy for a Kennedy!”, bombed with slightly over one million copies sold.”
In my opinion, I don’t think Taylor Swift has anything to worry about concerning her popularity. Sometimes it’s just a matter of temporary overexposure.