Read, read and read! Magazines are great and informative. They are colorful, fun and expressive. Information should be available, wherever you are. They are so precise and to the point. When it comes to a healthy body, it applies to both men and women. There are many types of health magazines available in the bookstores, newspaper stand, clinics or hospitals. Some magazines encourage the lazy people, while some are written to guide and boost the fitness freaks, as well as men who like to delve in the world of exercise and a healthy diet.
And don’t throw that notebook away! It’s a valuable piece of market research that you can use to build several interconnected mini-sites – all for the mere price of a few coffees and several hours in a pleasant bookstore.
The power of magazine articles is what brings in the bacon for major publishers, and all magazines thrive on getting people to buy a copy in order to read the articles. This means that each publication must find talented writers who can create articles for their particular theme.
This seems like a vicious circle: you can’t get published, until you’ve been published. However, look at it from the point of busy editors: they just want to know what you can do, so they ask for clips.
Limit the amount of look at magazines you subscribe to. Once a year re-evaluate all the magazines you subscribe to. Have you outgrown or moved on from the subject matter? When you open your mail box and see it does it bring joy or guilt? Magazines you purchase are supposed to bring knowledge, inspiration, and joy NOT guilt!
We watch television news and read various websites that we know. By doing this, we will know so much but not everything. As, I said above, the television and news websites help us know the news in different categories but they do not help us know all the latest news in the particular category. Here, you may browse some more websites of your interest to know most of the latest updated news but how much time do you have and how many websites do you browse daily for latest news. Magazines help us by providing the latest news on the desired category.
Give them to your child’s teachers. Most teachers, especially elementary teachers, are always looking for new ideas for low-cost crafts for their classroom. A scrapbook magazine may be the perfect spark to get their creative juices flowing. They’ll be particularly appreciative of holiday issues, as those tend to include more themed projects.
I bought my granddaughter a magazine for children years ago. She loves it. She love the pictures. She loves learning about animals. She loves the activities. But she especially loves reading with grandma! When she is done, she puts them in a special place just for her magazines. She gets them out often and looks them over. It is a good way to remember what she has learned but she also remembers our time together. She remembers the words and sound them out on her own because she has read them with me.