GOOD Worldwide, LLC. (trademarked GOOD in caps) is a media platform that promotes, connects, and reports on individuals, businesses, and non-profits "pushing the world forward." GOOD produces a website (GOOD.is), a quarterly magazine, online videos, and events highlighting examples of what is sustainable, prosperous, productive, creative, equitable. The content covers a variety of topics, including the environment, education, urban planning, design, food, politics, culture, lifestyle, technology, and health. GOOD Worldwide, LLC. is the consolidation of originally separate brands, Reason Pictures, GOOD Magazine, and GOOD Digital, in partnership with Causes, a Facebook/MySpace app promoting donations of time and money to charities and non-profits; Goodrec, a personal inspiration and service; and Govit, an application that connects US citizens with their elected representatives.  The online platform is made up of four components: magazine, news, finder, and maker.
In June 2012 most of its editors were fired. The firings were "for strategic reasons" to shift GOOD's focus to its social networks (GOOD Finder, GOOD Maker, GOOD Local). Eight former GOOD Magazine editors and writers raised funds on Kickstarter to create the one-shot magazine Tomorrow before going their separate ways.
The following is a list topics that GOOD.is has covered in its magazines:
|Issue number||Title||Release date|
|002||Change is Good||Jan/Feb 2007|
|003||The Media Issue||March/April 2007|
|004||Plan B||May/June 2007|
|005||For the People||Jul/Aug 2007|
|006||Design Solutions||Sep/Oct 2007|
|007||High Tech/Low Tech||Nov/Dec 2007|
|008||Big Ideas!||Jan/Feb 2008|
|009||All You Can Eat||Mar/Apr 2008|
|010||The 中国 (China) Issue||May/June 2008|
|012||The Education Issue||Sep/Oct 2008|
|013||The Election Issue||Nov/Dec 2008|
|014||State of the Planet||Jan/Feb 2009|
|015||The Transportation Issue||Spring 2009|
|016||The Water Issue||Summer 2009|
|017||The GOOD 100||Fall 2009|
|018||The Slow Issue||Winter (Jan) 2010|
|019||The Neighborhoods Issue||Spring (Apr) 2010|
|020||The New Orleans Issue||Summer (Jul) 2010|
|021||The Work Issue||Fall (Oct) 2010|
|022||The Energy Issue||Winter (Jan) 2011|
|023||Cities: Starring Los Angeles||Spring (Apr) 2011|
|024||The Data Issue||Fall (Sept) 2011|
|025||The Next Big Thing||Winter (Nov) 2011|
|026||Beg, Borrow, or Steal||Spring (Mar) 2012|
|027||The Migration Issue||Summer (Jul) 2012|
GOOD's website, partly a network of blogs, host stories of good in a variety of categories and includes the option to get the Daily Good, an email newsletter that highlights one good thing every day. In 2009, the site was reporting over 2 million unique hits per month. 
The GOOD Finder is a platform for people to contribute, search, and discuss news, events, and ideas by submitting a URL and a short description.
The GOOD Maker is another platform where an organization poses a challenge to the community, ideas to meet the challenge are posted and voted on, and the winning idea is awarded a grant or other support to enable the project's completion.
Founding and business model
GOOD was founded in 2006 by Ben Goldhirsh, son and heir of entrepreneur and Inc. Magazine creator Bernie Goldhirsh. Ben Goldhirsh, then 26, wanted to create a "free press for the critical idealist." Eschewing experienced editors, he hired friends from college and high school, including Al Gore's son, Al Gore III to create a media company characterized by "both bold graphic style and an unconventional approach to business." The team was initially criticized by some industry experts, such as magazine executive and publishing expert Chip Block, who said, "This sounds a lot to me like vanity publishing, a bunch of kids sitting around with something they think is a really good idea, and one of them has a lot of money." Others in the industry praised the magazine's design and concept upon its launch.
GOOD's unconventional business strategy included donating its magazine subscription fees entirely to charities, offering subscribers the option of which organization their fee supported: Teach for America, Millennium Promise, Ashoka, City Year, UNICEF, etc. Goldhirsh explained the reasoning behind the strategy in an interview with Inc. Magazine: "The idea was that we would incentivize consumers with the added benefit that their money goes to charity, incentivize these charities to reach their constituencies for the $20 donation, and enjoy the added marketing and public relations that would come from having an innovative strategy." Goldhirsh's theory has been criticized for not being a viable business model. However, the Magazine has reached over 200,000 people and raised over a million dollars for partner organizations.  
GOOD has experimented with unique practices over the years. Former GOOD CEO Jonathan Greenblatt implemented a number of innovations at the company, including the launch of the GOOD Sheet, a broadsheet product distributed exclusively at Starbucks and a name-your-own-pricing scheme that the company ran as an experiment. It is not clear whether this strategy was successful.
Around launch time in the fall of 2006, GOOD was featured in the New York Times and mentioned by APM's Marketplace. The magazine and its web presence were covered by NPR throughout late 2007, when the company celebrated its one year anniversary. GOOD's listing of the 51 best magazines also received national press attention.
On August 17, 2011, a joint announcement was made that social network service Jumo, a social engagement platform designed to connect users with causes and non-profits, founded by Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes, would be merging with GOOD.
Good magazine has office locations in Los Angeles and New York.
- GOOD About Page
- "GOOD Adds YouTube CEO Chad Hurley And Pepsi CMO Jill Beraud To Advisory Board" Robin Wauters. Tech Crunch. March 30, 2010.
- "Partnerships to help improve the World" Robin Wauters. Tech Crunch. October 14, 2009.
- 2009 National Magazine Awards Winners and Finalists
- 2008 National Magazine Award Winners and Finalists
- A Magazine for Earnest Young Things. The New York Times. Sharon Waxman. September 17, 2006.
- Multiplatform Multitasking: Achat with GOOD Magazine's Anne Friedman. AIR Media Works. Jessica Clark. October 17,2011.
- Wealthy Son Aims to Build His Legacy. "The Wall Street Journal". Emily Steel. July 20, 2006.
- Inheriting the 'Entrepreneurial Spirit Inc. Magazine. Angus Loten. June 19, 2007.
- Doing Well By Doing Good. Foreign Policy Magazine. Carolyn O'Hara. September/October 2007
- "GOOD" Crunchbase. August 22, 2011.
- Marketplace: Smart (socially-conscious) business
- A Vision of 'Good' Works in Magazines, Web. NPR. December 8, 2007
- Magazine Aims to Be 'Good' for You NPR. October 10, 2007.
- Magazine Makes 'Good'. NPR. November 22, 2007
- Cheers and Jeers for Condé Nast. The New York Times. Maria Aspan. March 12, 2007
- Good Anniversary Party: Editor's Pick, The Washington Post. Julia Beizer. Sept. 5, 2007.
- Two Groups That Help Nonprofits in a Merger, Stephanie Strom, The New York Times, August 17, 2011
- Jumo and GOOD Combine Forces to Create Content and Social Engagement Platform, Chris Hughes, Jumo blog, August 17, 2011
- Tessa Stuart, [http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2012/06/good_magazine_lays_off_almost.php "GOOD Magazine Lays Off (Almost) Entire Editorial Staff", LA Weekly, June 1, 2012.
- Andrew Beaujon, "GOOD magazine lays off most of its editorial staffers", MediaWire (Poynter Institute), June 1, 2012.
- "Response to GOOD Magazine Layoffs", Storify Peter Sterne. June 2012.
- GOOD Contact Page