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isubscribe can help you sell more subscriptions. As the UK’s leading and most comprehensive online magazine and newspaper subscription superstore, we have been generating sales for publishers since 2000. Based on the King’s Road in London, isubscribe also has market leading operations in Australia and New Zealand.

With over 2,700 consumer and specialist magazine titles, as well as newspapers, provides new subscriptions for publishers in all B2C and B2B markets.

Listing your publication with isubscribe is entirely risk-free – we work solely on a cost per acquisition basis to help you get new customers and generate incremental revenue growth.

We promote your magazines through SEM, affiliate networks, database marketing, direct mail, print advertising, special promotions, partner packages, in-store gift cards and a major Christmas gifting promotion, as well as the branded sites we run on behalf of Comag, Waterstones and others, and product feeds into, Easons and

In addition, our library supply service provides magazines to over 750 UK libraries, and we manage the subscription needs of major corporate accounts.

isubscribe has 400,000+ registered core customers, 200,000+ e-newsletter subscribers, and has over 1.5 million unique visitors each year.

Why isubscribe?

isubscribe works with you to show your magazine to its best advantage so that you acquire new customers, generate incremental revenue and increase brand awareness. This includes:

• A dedicated page per title with full details of your subscription options, cover image, pricing, digital samples, special gifts and promotions.

• Homepage banners and carousels

• Your title/s featured on selected category pages.

• Hot offers included in our social media marketing.

• The opportunity for inclusion in e-newsletter promotions that reach over 250,000 newsletter subscribers.

• Producing a digital sample of your title free of charge.

• The opportunity to be involved in our annual Christmas Gifting Catalogue.

• Your own dedicated isubscribe account manager on hand to change pricing, gift options or copy as required.

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Over 40 new category sites launched by iSUBSCRiBE continues its growth with the launch of over 40 new websites.

Author: News Desk
Posted on: 17 May 2013

Each site is based around a specific category, such as fashion, gardening and craft magazines and they are designed to give customers help and guidance to find the title that best suits their needs in each subject, says iSUBSCRiBE.

Over 40 new category sites launched by iSUBSCRiBEExclusive copy has been written for each of the over 500 magazines that feature on the sites to provide potential subscribers with an objective description of each title’s contents, stripped of marketing clichés and sales speak.

The sites are therefore perfect for people giving gift subscriptions and for customers who are unsure of what’s available in the market and want to be guided through what’s on offer.

In each category the ‘iSUBSCRiBE Top 5’ selects the five most significant titles from the list on offer. The positions of magazines in the Top 5 and beyond are determined by a mix of data - sales figures, page views and site searches – from across the iSUBSCRiBE portfolio of sites. The Top 5 lists will be updated on a regular basis to reflect the dynamics of each market.

The sites will be launched into the consumer market in phases over the next few weeks with email, search and social media marketing campaigns.

“iSUBSCRiBE are uniquely placed to do these sites,” says MD, Steve Price. “Our direct relationship with over 600 publishers means we have nearly 3,000 titles to offer to customers, so we have the range of magazines to fill category sites across an incredibly diverse set of topics. We believe these sites will generate several thousand additional subscription sales for publishers each year.”

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