The ACT 7 Experience Presents: Magazines Matter, Print Matters… Providing Answers To Today’s Major Magazine And Magazine Media Questions…January 27, 2017
The Ins & Outs of Making A Magazine – From Launch To Revenue – From The People Who Actually Do it & Do it Well…
Can the newsstands be saved? How can you add value to your brand? Do you want to make more money in the magazine business? How can you maintain ink on paper in a digital age? Do you have problems with direct mail? Do you know how to launch your own magazine? From the smallest detail to the most major of decisions you might have to make? How to choose a printer? What about paper? Do you know how to get your magazine distributed? Do you know how to make money with your magazine, real, actual revenue?
And can you find Oxford, Miss.? Because if you can, all of the other questions that Mr. Magazine™ just asked can be answered with a resounding yes, if you attend the ACT 7 Experience at the Magazine Innovation Center on the campus of The University of Mississippi from April 25-27.
We have gathered together industry leaders from each area of magazines and magazine media: editorial, publishing, printing, distribution and brand value; and we’ve brought them under one roof to share their ideas on everything “magazine.” From the launch to the first dollar you actually make on your publication.
So, for less than $400, (and trust me, that’s far less than what it costs to produce a magazine) you can register below and be one of the elite 100 attendees who will hear these industry experts answer each of the questions I asked you in the introduction. Only 100 seats are available, so register today and be assured that you’re among the first ones seated.
The sooner you register, the better the chances are that you will be able to attend this once-in-a-lifetime event.
Click here to register.
For travel and planning purposes the event starts at 6 pm on Tuesday April 25 and ends on 9 pm on Thursday April 27. Plan to fly into Memphis International Airport (a one hour drive from Oxford) and leave anytime on Friday April 28.