Providers of engraving services.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/engraving-and-embossing-services/
Publishers of short stories.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/short-story-fiction-book-publishers/
Quickly find publishers of comic books and graphic novels. Review listings for links to comic book publishing services and comic book publishing information.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/comic-book-publishers/
Publishers and publishing companies that specialize in exercise and fitness books.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/exercise-and-fitness-book-publishers/
Poetry book and chapbook publishers.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/poetry-book-publishers/
Directory of computer and technology book publishers.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/computer-and-technology-book-publishers/
Fiction book publishers.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/fiction-book-publishers/
Science-fiction book publishers.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/science-fiction-book-publishers/
Spiritual and religious book publishers.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/spirituality-book-publishers/
Magazine printing is a competitive and popular field. With a range of magazine types--large print magazines, small press magazines and subscription only magazines--and magazine genres, the small printer can make a lucrative business as long as they stay ahead of the competition. Read More »
Whether you own a magazine printing company or aspire to be a magazine printer on a small scale, knowing standard industry terms is the quickest way to feel a part of the industry. The combination of printing, advertising and publication lingo can appear daunting at first. Read More »
There was a time when magazine printers were huge media conglomerates that ruled a country's information flow. During those days, to be a magazine publisher was the pinnacle of a publisher's achievement. Over the last few years, though, the Internet has changed the dynamic of information so that now all magazines are on the Internet; some are even on the web only and without a print counterpart. Technology has advanced with desktop publishing as well and is now within reach of small businesses and those formerly exclusive printing technologies are becoming common, such as dye sublimation and color laser systems.
Magazine printers are often willing to do short-runs for reasonable prices to keep their production facilities rolling and their employees working. This means that even small businesses can reasonably consider publishing a magazine for their clients and potential clients as part of a marketing effort. This is still a relative rarity, though.
Why? Not many professionals realize that this is the case and they never find the information on which companies are providing these services. Business.com can provide this information as it offers a host of valuable resources to make it easier on you. If you start with a few of the links on the left, you can find all the information you need to become a publisher of print and web magazines.