MacAddict Magazine Surpasses Macworld Magazine in Consumer Newsstand Spending.
The recently published June 1998 Publisher's Statement for Macworld magazine reflects an 18 percent decrease in single-copy sales (consumer newsstand sales), from an average 97,823 copies on the December 1997 statement down to 80,089 copies on the June 1998 statement.
Single-copy sales of MacAddict have remained consistent, with an average of 51,742 copies per issue being purchased from the January 1998 period to the June 1998 period. With a $7.99 newsstand price (including an editorially driven CD-ROM), the average single-copy sales of MacAddict for the latest period reflects consumer sales of $413,423.
With its decline in consumer newsstand spending, Macworld magazine, which sells for $4.99 per issue, comes in with an average of $399,644 in consumer newsstand spending. These figures clearly reflect MacAddict's $13,799 average lead over Macworld for the same January 1998 to June 1998 period.
"Regardless of our higher cover price, MacAddict's consumer newsstand sales have been strong since we launched the magazine two years ago," states Cheryl England, Publisher and Editorial Director of MacAddict.
"Our consumer newsstand sales revenues surpassing Macworld's over the past six-month period is clearly an indication that Mac readers are extremely interested in a more creative way of receiving information about their Macs and they are willing to pay more for each issue."
MacAddict magazine was recently awarded Folio's 1998 Editorial Excellence Award for Best Consumer Computing Publication and was also awarded Best Overall Publication by the Computer Press Association in 1997. MacAddict is the ultimate hands-on guide to anything and everything Macintosh.
In fact, it is the only magazine for Mac enthusiasts written by Mac enthusiasts offering readers a complete multimedia experience: a monthly print magazine, a companion CD-ROM packed with software, demos and updates; and the unique MacAddict Network of Web sites (http://www.macaddictnetwork.com), the largest collection of Mac-related Web sites online today.
The BPA International Consumer Audit verifies the circulation data of special interest publications that serve a defined audience. Its primary objective is to assist publishers in communicating circulation and marketing information in auditable terms, enabling media planners to accurately evaluate the precise number of recipients, place and method of copy distribution, and specific information about recipients in the consumer market.
About Imagine Media, Inc.
Imagine Media, Inc. (www.imaginemedia.com) creates its market-leading magazines, CD-ROMs, and Web networks for people who have passion -- passion for games, with PC Gamer, PC Accelerator, Next Generation, PSM: 100% Independent PlayStation Magazine, Games Business magazine and the Imagine Games Network (www.ign.com); passion for business, with Business 2.0 magazine and Iconocast (www.iconocast.com); passion for computers, with Maximum PC magazine, MacAddict magazine and the MacAddict Network (www.macaddictnetwork.com); and passion for the Internet, with ChickClick (www.chickclick.com), Power Students Network (www.powerstudents.com), The Den: Daily Entertainment Network (www.theden.com), and Imagine Radio (imagineradio.com).
The privately-held company, founded in 1994, is headquartered in Brisbane, CA.
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