Businesses and clubs and other membership organisations often pay through the nose to publish their magazines, says publishing agency MatchFit Media.
However, that really need not be the case, according to highly experienced magazine publisher Ollie Wilson.
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Ollie says: “Publishing a magazine is a superb way to communicate with your members and customers. It helps you retain members and clients and can boost your sales.
“But often contract publishing agencies charge an arm and a leg to publish an organisation’s magazine – scooping up all the advertising revenue for themselves and charging a hefty premium on top!”
The Brighton-based agency helps businesses by creating and publishing magazines (https://matchfitmedia.co.uk/magazine-publishing-page/) and e-newsletters.
Partner Laura King says: “Research shows that well-produced magazines and e-newsletters are very fashionable with the public.
“We can manage the design, printing and mailing – indeed, all aspects of the job.
“Our designer can work with sub-edited copy supplied by your in-house writers or editor or we can edit the magazine or newsletter for you. Letting us do the hard work will give you tremendous peace of mind.”
Publishing magazine, newsletters and e-newsletters will keep your customers, members, staff and other stakeholders more engaged and informed.
Ollie has published a number of magazines including Land & Business, for the country landowners of England & Wales, British Horse, for the horse riders of Britain and Ireland, and Briefing, for the Catholic Church in England & Wales.
“We will find the best printer for the job, so that you get a great product at an excellent price,” he says.
“We are also able to publish an online version of your magazine and oversee all areas of production.”
To talk about magazine publishing or magazine printing, call Ollie today on 01273 321555 or 07974 951181 or email email@example.com