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  • A glossy magazine for Airbnb guests
  • A glossy magazine for Airbnb guests
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A glossy magazine for Airbnb guests

Following in the footsteps of other digital brands like CNET and WebMD, Airbnb is moving beyond its internet roots into the world of publishing. Helping guests feel at home wherever they are, it's launching a glossy quarterly magazine.

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