Companies that specialize in magazine and print advertising. Vendors offering access to classified and display advertising.www.business.com/sales-and-marketing/magazine-advertising/
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/
Directory of magazine printers and providers of magazine printing services. Review listings to find links to magazine printing companies and magazine printer information.www.business.com/office-equipment-and-supplies/magazine-printers/
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/
Embossing and engraving services are easy to find, both online and in brick-and-mortar locations, but finding the right ones for your business takes some thought. Engraving companies should, of course, first be evaluated on the quality and variety of the goods and services they offer. Read More »
Engraving and embossing are at once similar and dissimilar. Old fashioned engravers used etched metal plates to print fine stationary and invitations, while embossing traditionally refered to stamping a three-dimensional raised image onto paper or another surface. Read More »
Are you searching for new opportunities to stay informed about your customers and your industry? Are your clients and patients looking for some way to stay entertained while in the waiting room or lobby? Starting a magazine subscription can be a low-cost method for solving both problems.
You can purchase magazines directly through the publisher or third-party sales agents and websites. Some companies offer a free sample issue or a discounted trial period. Subscriptions typically last for one year and include one issue per month, although some magazines are sent out weekly. If you enjoy the content, you can often obtain a discount at renewal time, before or during the time when you receive your this is your final issue issue.
Popular office magazines include National Geographic, Cosmopolitan, Popular Science, Entertainment Weekly and Time. You may also consider a magazine related to your business, such as EatingWell for nutritionists, SmartMoney for accountants, or Popular Mechanics for an auto mechanics. Other occupation-specific magazines include Realtor Magazine for real estate agents, National Underwriter and Actuarial Digest for insurance professionals, and Home Shop Machinist for machinists.
To determine which magazine subscription fits you best and to get a great deal on the first year, click the links on this Business.com page.