Why Do People Read Magazines?

Magazines are a great source of information and entertainment. People who are regular magazine readers tend to be the most informed about the world. The subject matter of magazines varies as much as the world around us. The choice is completely up to you: It could be health, education, fashion, movies, technology, science, business and the economy, sports, lifestyle, travel and tourism, or anything in between. Besides reading magazines at home, you'll also find them in hotels, airplanes, offices, salons and just about any place with a waiting room.

Women tend to read magazines more frequently than men. They usually enjoy fashion, beauty, health, celebrity gossip and home-care magazines. Men, however, have their own favorite topics, including sports, technology and business. There are plenty of magazines to meet their interests, too. Regardless of your gender or your interests, there's a magazine to fill your informational needs and appetite. Frequency of publication is usually weekly or monthly, although there are some bi-monthlies, quarterly and annual magazines.

? Who is likely to subscribe to magazines?

Many households count magazine subscriptions as a regular expense just like groceries and electricity. These families are able to stay well informed about the world and up to date on their favorite subjects. And all this information is delivered straight to their mailbox every week or every month.

Many offices also regularly subscribe to magazines, primarily for two reasons:

1. To keep employees aware of the latest development in the company's industry.
2. To entertain guests while they wait for appointments.

Outside of homes and offices, you'll find other organizations taking advantage of cheap magazine subscriptions. These include salons and doctor's offices, where people have to wait for appointments. Magazines are perfect for this situation, as they give customers a chance to catch up with world events and other interests while they wait. A wide selection of magazines in a waiting room is considered to be very professional and courteous. all this information is delivered straight to their mailbox every week or every month.

Online subscription:

These days, you buy everything online. Cheap magazine subscriptions are no exception. By subscribing to a magazine online, you have instant access to great articles in the print edition as well as content published outside the regular publication cycle. Publishers are offering almost all their magazines online, and you'll often find them for less cost than a regular print subscription. Give it a try: Just type your favorite magazine's name into your favorite search engine and pick the deal that works for you.

Why should I go for monthly subscription?

If you are fond of a particular magazine, you should buy a monthly subscription rather than purchasing each issue separately at a store. There are several reasons: First, a subscription will save you money. Most publishers offer substantial discounts for magazine subscriptions. Second, many offers include free gifts, such as a tote bag or an extra publication. Third, you do not have to worry about your favorite magazine being unavailable when you drop by the newsstand. Each issue will be conveniently delivered to your mailbox every week or every month, depending on the frequency of publication.

There are also a number of magazines targeted specifically at children and their interests. By subscribing to one of these, you'll be encouraging your child to read. He'll also have something to look forward to every week or month. Your teenagers will also enjoy a subscription. There are a number of titles specifically geared to their interests, too.

Magazines provide a wealth of information, entertainment and peace of mind. A subscription is one of the least expensive ways to keep you and your family informed, entertained and happy. If you own a business, you owe it to your employees and customers to offer a range of magazines. The choice of subject is yours. Subscribe today!


Do Not Buy the "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" Book Until You Read This!

Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert Kyosaki

"What the rich teach their kids- that you can learn too."

What is the book about?

Rich Dad, Poor Dad introduces you to the basic principles of investing, explains why investing is so important, and explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to become rich.

Who is this book written for?

If you have little or no financial education and want to learn the basic rules about investing, read this book!

Robert Kyosaki, a self-made millionaire, successful business owner and international best-selling author, teaches you about investing, by recounting the story of his financial education from two strong role models:

Poor Dad (his natural father), a well educated and highly paid government official.

Rich Dad (his best friend Mike's father), a high school dropout and successful businessman

Each Dad had a very different attitude and approach towards the subject of money. One ended up jobless and in debt, the other, one of the richest men in Hawaii.

Robert describes, how as a small boy, he made the decision to listen to his Rich Dad who surprisingly tasted him how to think, act and become rich.

"One dad had a habit of saying 'I can not afford it' the other 'how can I afford it' … One statement lets you off the hook, the other forces you to think"

Robert writes in a simple, non-assuming style without complicated words and financial jargon. Through amusing stories and simple diagrams he explains the six basic lessons his rich Dad taught him about money.

"Most of us learn about money from our parents, so what can poor parent tell their child about money? Stay in school and study hard? Schools focus on scholastic and professional skills but not on financial skills. accountants who earned excellent grades in school, struggle financially all of their lives "

I say:

Never read a book about investing? This should your first one.

I came across "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" completely by accident, in my local bank.

It immediately stuck out from the boring "money magazines" and after flicking through a few pages, I was so impressed (and surprised) a book about finance that could actually hold my attention, that I bought it and finished it in one sitting.

For anyone (like me) who parents never taught you about financial matters, I suggest you buy this IMMEDIATELY!

There are no definitive, practical instructions of how to get rich, but it will open your mind to the possibility. More importantly it will change the way you think about money forever.



Source by Myles Harman