A Magazine, How Do I Get It Established

You have decided to start up a magazine, but how do you get started, find subscribers and more importantly obtain paying advertisers so that you stay profitable?   Getting started 1) Decide what the subject of your magazine will be - make it as popular as possible, but also choose a niche. This way you pique interest and combat competition.  2) Find out where your target market is going to be. For example if you want a community magazine - try and tailor it to a market such as parents of school children etc.  3) Make sure you have enough information for several editions.  4) Set up your printing and delivery activities.   Getting subscribers and generating leads for your magazine 1) Use your web site to obtain sign ups, preferably using a sign-up box.  2) Offer an incentive to sign up and assurance of use of their email address for legitimate reasons.  3) If you want to concentrate on off line customers, then send out a sample magazine to all of your target area, use a coupon with an incentive to sign on to receive your magazine.

A Review of the Success From Home Magazine

The Success From Home Magazine domain was registered in September of 2002. Every time an issue of this publication is released the purpose is to inspire and motivate anyone interested in entering the Home Based Business market as well as directly catering to Network Marketers. Each month this publication focuses on a successful Network Marketing Company. They really focus on the positive aspects of this company and what is responsible for its success.  Each issue of the Success From Home Magazine focuses on a unique blend of articles that are written by expert contributors. Just a few of these are Robert Kiyosaki, Paul Zane Pilzer, John Fleming, Suze Orman, John C. Maxwell and Stephen R. Covey. Other professionals who contribute to this publication are economists, financial planners, self help leaders, motivational gurus and best selling authors.  The editors from the Success From Home Magazine are always on the prowl for new talent to add to their magazine. This is their purpose and what they work hard everyday to strive to do. They claim that this is the "Top Magazine" that focuses solely on the Small Home Business Owner. You can also choose to advertise your MLM Company in this media.  You will find Success From Home Magazine in places like Barnes & Noble, Borders, Staples, B. Dalton Books, Hastings and Books-A-Million. The Home Based Business Industry is currently a 1 Trillion dollar industry. For those not aware 1 Trillion means 1000 billion. Also the Home Based Business Market continues to grow at a rate of 15.6 Percent Per Year and has been since 1995.    Also over 175,000 new people each week get involved in direct selling just in the United States. And 30 Billion Dollars in sales each year are generated in direct sales just within United States Borders. 100 Billion per year worldwide. And the Success From Home Magazine distributes 408,000 copies of their magazine each month to these types of people and their circulation is 100% paid and BPA Audited.  Advertising in this magazine would be rather expensive for an individual but could be well suited to a large group of MLM Professionals on a co-op basis. You can currently as of the time of this review get a full page ad for as low as $10,275.00. You'll be able to access media kits and advertising rates right from their website under the advertisers link in pdf format.  Learn more about Yoli Blast Caps and Success From Home Magazine from MLM Review Kings Brian Garvin & Jeff West.

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Basic Tips for Custom Magazine Printing

Okay, so you've decided to create your own magazine. Everyone is excited about the concept, you've talked to a few writers and you know a number of photographers, but how in the world do you put one together? It’s a daunting task, or so it may seem.  The keys to creating a good magazine are organization and choosing the right software as well as the right talent to work on it. Magazines are more elaborate than newsletters, but not much harder to produce if you think ahead and allow yourself enough time. This article will focus on some of the basic concepts required for custom magazine printing.  Even if you don’t know how long your magazine will be, one thing is for sure—the total number of pages must be divisible by four. If you think about it, each magazine spread contains four pages, two on the front and two on the back. In reality, a magazine is nothing more than a stack of 4-page spreads folded and "stitched" (or stapled) together. Every time you ad a page for a new ad or article, you must think in multiples of four.

   The best way to visually plan for magazine printing and production is to take a bunch of 11x17s and lay them out side by side in reader spreads so you can figure out where to place your ads, articles and editorial features. Place a single 8.5x11 sheet at the beginning to represent the cover and another at end to represent the back cover. Hang them on the wall if you have room, or place them side-by-side on the floor if need be. This is a great way to understand the magnitude of the task and it allows you to shuffle pages to make things fit, especially if you get a last minute additions or cancellations.  There are two kinds of spreads: reader spreads and printer spreads. Remove the center spread from any magazine and you will see an example of both kinds. The center spread is in the exact middle of the magazine, and aside from the outside cover, it's the only time you see a spread printed side by side on a single sheet. The remainder (take a look at the back of the sheet) are printer spreads, and you will note that the pages are out of order. They are laid out this way because magazines are actually printed on over-sized sheets. Your printer's software automatically organizes the pages to be printed on large sheets that are later folded down, stacked together, stitched and then trimmed to size.