Women's Service Magazine

Women's Service Magazine

A magazine most likely to appeal to homemakers, especially but not necessarily female homemakers. These magazines may include articles about children, cleaning, cooking and so forth. The demographics to which women's service magazines appeal affect the type of advertisements that appear in them.
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According to recent news reports, Time Warner is working closely with Wal-Mart on creating a low-priced women's service magazine that will be sold through the discount giant, which now controls 15 percent of all newsstand sales.
In 2003, First became the best-selling women's service magazine on the newsstand.
The women's service magazine, which celebrates its 120th anniversary this year, has put together a 64-page "outsert" that will go out to 1 million of its 3.
The times, they are a-changing, and so is Better Homes and Gardens, an 80-year-old women's service magazine.
I know for so many readers picking up a women's service magazine, it reflects this vision of American womanhood that a lot of women don't want to participate in.
Late last year, when G+J Publishing announced that Rosie O'Donnell was joining forces with McCall's to reinvent the 125-year-old women's service magazine, the news prompted numerous questions in the publishing industry.
The campaign will allow Krups to target specific retailers, which the company's previous campaign in women's service magazine did, Nicholas continued.
Ladies' Home Journal is one of the original group of women's service magazines called the Seven Sisters, along with Better Homes and Gardens and Family Circle as well as Good Housekeeping, Redbook and Woman's Day.
Woman's Day continues to be the leader in the service and health categories among women's service magazines, research cited by the publication shows.
But shelter and women's service magazines hope to reclaim some business this year with forays into new technology, relaunched Web sites and expanded event programs.
Throughout his career, Bargmann has held numerous senior-level positions for a variety of women's service magazines, including executive editor for Golf for Women, deputy editor for Glamour, executive editor for Cosmopolitan and senior editor for Seventeen.
All of the women's service magazines enjoyed gains in pages and dollars in 2005.
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