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Developing your circulation model



                             Presented by Scott Wheatley
                                     Director of Circulation
                       Business in Vancouver Media Group
What is Circulation?
Is It?
   Distribution?      Subscriptions?
   Single Copy        All Of The Above?
    Sales?
Circulation is
             READERS
Circulation is
   Reaching readers
   Finding out what readers want
   Reaching them as efficiently as possible
   Keeping readers reading
Measuring Success
   The success of all publications is tied
    directly to the quantity and quality of its
    readers,
       because they read the stories
       and they buy products and services offered
        by your advertisers
Circulation Planning
   The first step is to determine the
    potential audience for your publication
    and to determine the most cost
    effective way to reach them
    •   Who are they
    •   Where are they
    •   What is the best way to reach them
Pick your publications model
Paid Magazine              Controlled Magazine
•Paid Subscribers          •Non Paid Subscribers
•Newsstand Sales           •Bulk Deliveries

•Bulk Sales




Paid Newspaper             Free Newspaper
•Subscribers               •Bulk Deliveries
•Newsstand Sales

•Bulk Sales




Or any combination of the above
Make your choice based on
   Timing – is your product time sensitive
   Format – does the desired format
    impact your delivery options
   Competitors – how are they distributed
    and in what quantities
   Target Audience – are there any
    specific considerations to reach your
    audience
Circulation Planning
   Research Readers
       What information can you offer them that
        is not available to them now. What is that
        information and will they pay for it
       How do they want the information
        packaged
       How do they want the information
        delivered
Invest in information
     Focus groups
     Surveys

     One-on-one interviews

     Ask potential advertisers “who are your

      customers?”
Research you competitors

       Are they successful financially
       Where and how do they distribute
        their publications
       Are they doing an effective job of
        reaching their market
       Are they respected in the
        marketplace
       Is there room in the marketplace for
        another similar product
Research Advertisers

       What are their marketing choices
       Is there room in the marketplace for

        another advertising vehicle for them
       Are they happy with their current

        choices
Pick the right distribution
model for your publication
   Free distribution or paid circulation
   Do you plan for your circulation to break
    even, generate profit or be a cost centre
          Is your revenue being derived only from
           advertising?
          Do competitive pressures predetermine your
           choice?
   How do you decide which is best for your
    publication?
    Distribution Options

   Make your eventual choice based on:
       Your competitors methods and successes
       Type of information being published
       Quality and exclusivity of information
       People will pay for quality, if it is exclusive,
        important to their life or career and delivered
        to them while it is still useful to them
Advantages and disadvantages
   The advantage of paid                  Free distribution products
    circulation, in that it can not         make their money strictly off
    only offset all your circulation        advertising. Distribution of a
    costs, but become a profit
                                            free product is much less
    centre too. However, it is
    expensive to set up. You need
                                            sophisticated than a paid
    qualified personnel, subscription       publication and requires less
    fulfillment software, marketing         internal infrastructure than a
    budgets and plans, as well as           paid publication
    subscription sales people

   Most traditional consumer
    magazines are paid circulation
Launching your publication


   In reality everyone starts as a free
    publication
Free Circulation - Magazines
Free Circulation
   Types of distribution
       Controlled – addressed to targeted lists
       Bulk via boxes, racks or bundle drops
       Inserted into similarly targeted pubs
       Over the internet
       Delivered door-to-door by carrier or mail
       Membership/Association Lists
       Hawkers
Controlled circulation
   Targeted to a small defined group
   To be of value to advertisers a critical mass
    of the group must receive the publication
   Almost as expensive to maintain as a paid
    publication
   They can never be paid, or they would lose
    their penetration in the target market
       Award Magazine, Western Grocer
Controlled - subscriptions
   Must be requalified to count on audit
    statement
   Must have complete subscriber
    information (business card)
                  Controlled distribution budget
Trade Magazine
                                           Month1         Month2         Month3         Month4         Month5         Month6         Month7         Month8         Month9         Month10      Month11      Month12
10,000 Subscribers via mail
Trucking                                          150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150          150          150
Mailing House                                     700            700            700            700            700            700            700            700            700            700          700          700
Postage Subs - Canada                            4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500         4500         4500
Postage Subs - Foreign                              0              0              0              0              0              0              0              0              0              0            0            0
Total Distribution                          $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00      $5,350.00    $5,350.00    $5,350.00

Verification units per month                     833            833            833            833           833             833            833            833            833            833          833          833
Verification $ per unit                           3.5            3.5            3.5            3.5           3.5             3.5           3.5             3.5            3.5           3.5           3.5          3.5
Total Verification                            2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5         2915.5       2915.5       2915.5

Softw are support ($15 ,000 to purchase)            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150         150          150          150

Circulation/subscription manager                2500           2500           2500           2500           2500           2500           2500           2500           2500           2500         2500         2500

Total Cost per month                       $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50 $10,915.50
Controlled delivery options
   Publications mail –      Admail – size and
    must be at least          weight restrictions
    30% editorial             and minimum
                              volumes (if not
                              qualified for pub
                              mail)

Publications mail and Admail have similar
costs but offer different standards and
physical requirements
Canada Post publications mail
Specifications
To qualify as Publications Mail, a publication must be
     •Published at a regular frequency of at least twice a year with the intent to
     publish issues indefinitely with continuity from issue to issue
     •Mailed in Canada and addressed for delivery within Canada
     •Individually addressed copies or Bundles of Unaddressed Copies
     •Less than 70% space devoted to advertising in more than half the issues
     mailed in a 12-month period
     •Within specified size and weight limits
     •Prepared as machineable or presorted as NDG or LCP
     •Mailed under a valid Publications Mail Agreement Number and, if
     applicable, Registration Number
     •Addressed to a subscriber, non-subscriber or news dealer anywhere in
     Canada
Bulk Free Circulation
   Dropped in quantities to multiple locations
       Always track your returns
       People build habits – maintain consistent locations
       You need permission to drop copies on public and
        private property

            Example – West Coast Families, Georgia Straight,
             Employment Paper, Metro
          Bulk/free distribution budget

Free Magazine
                            Month1   Month2    Month3    Month4    Month5    Month6    Month7    Month8    Month9    Month10   Month11   Month12

Trucking                      $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00
Number of drops                   650       650       650       650       650       650       650       650       650       650       650       650
Delivery cost @ 2.50 each   $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00 $1,625.00
Advertiser copies             $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00 $500.00

Racks/box maintainence      $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00

Total Cost per m onth       $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00 $3,275.00
Inserted Into Other Publications
   Inserted into publications servicing
    demographics matching your own
    Nuvo inserted into the Globe and Mail
     Advantages
       •   Cheaper to deliver
       •   Enjoys the credibility of other the publication
      Disadvantages
       •   Can be “lost” inside the other publication
       •   Can be confused as being part of the other publication
       •   If they don’t read theirs, they won’t read yours
Over the Internet
   Publishing relies on a combination of
    printing on paper, to the web and long
    term technologies like reader tablets
    that will download newspapers,
    magazines and books.
Delivered Door-to-Door
Via Community Newspaper
 Cheap from 3¢ to 15¢ cents each

 Youth carriers – not always perfect

 More difficult to target

 May not deliver your product if they

  consider it to be competitive
Paid Circulation
Paid circulation
   Types of distribution
       Subscribers (print/web based)
       Single copy sales
       Bulk sales
How to determine your press run
   How many do your competitors print
   How are you planning on distributing it
   What is the maximum universe for your
    publication
   What are your geographical considerations
   What is the minimum quantity required to
    build your paid circulation and still satisfy the
    needs of your advertisers
Paid Circulation
How to price your publication
 What do your competitors charge?

 What is your cost of production and distribution?



   Printing per unit            $0.75
   Postage and Handling         $0.50
   Overhead                     $0.75
   Total cost per copy          $2.00
   Cost per year (monthly)      $24.00
Paid circulation getting started

What you will need
•Circulation software for in house use or a
•Fulfillment bureau
•Customer service staff and sales and marketing staff
Paid Circulation
Subscription Delivery choices
    Canada Post or others for international delivery

       Mailing House

    Alternative delivery company

    Your own carrier force

    Internet
Building paid subscriptions
   Make sure every copy has an offer
       ROP ads
       Inserts in all free copies
       Offer free trials but don’t forget to ask for money
   Convert trial subscribers
       Thank you letter with offer
       Subscription offer – Discount (step ups)
       Final Offer – Cover wrap
       Telemarketing
              Subscription sales direct mail
                      Direct Mail
                      Letter                                   $0.050
                      Brochure                                 $0.075
                      Outer Envelope                           $0.025
Co st per piece       Reply Envelope                           $0.025
                      Lift Piece                               $0.050
                      Postage and Prep                         $0.500
                      Name Rental                              $0.150

                      Cost Per Unit                            $0.875
1000 minimum          Number of Units                            5000
                      Total Cost                            $4,375.00


                      Response at 1.5%                              75
                      Offer $14.95                           $1,121.25
                      Profit (Loss)                        ($3,253.75)

                      Renewals   year two 70% @ $19.95      $1,047.38
It takes mulitple     Renewals   year three 70% @ $24.95      $916.91
years to break even   Renewals   year four 70% @ $27.95       $719.01
                      Renewals   year five 70% @29.95         $539.32

                      Profit Loss after five years            ($31.12)
Subscription sales direct email
Direct Email
HTML Design                         $750.00
List Rental                           $0.35
Distribution                          $0.10

Units Emailed                         10000
List Rental                       $3,500.00
Distribution                      $1,000.00

Total Cost                        $5,250.00


Response at 2.5%                         250
Offer $14.95                       $3,737.50
Profit (Loss)                    ($1,512.50)


Renewals year two 70% @ $19.95    $3,491.25




Profit (Loss) after two years    $1,978.75
Single copy sales
Retail Publication Sales – aka Single Copy
       Globe Distribution Systems
       Magazine Wholesalers
       Coast-to-Coast
       Distacor
       In-house.
       Magazine Association Programs (BCAMP)

   Staff Recommended
       Retail representative/Merchandiser
    Paid Circulation – Single Copy
                                        Price – stay competitive,
       The Four P’s of             
                                        consumers are price
        Single Copy                     sensitive
           Price                      Product – the cover sells
                                        your magazine
           Product                    Position – mainline versus
           Position                    checkout
                                       Promotion – Point of
           Promotion                   Purchase material. Other
                                        advertising

Remember most magazines sell less than half of the copies they
distribute to newsstands
Newsstands are important despite returns. They increase your
visibility to readers and advertisers
Do’s and don’ts for magazine covers
stolen from Coast-to-coast newsstand sales website

    Do                                         Don’t
    •   Do use benefit-oriented cover lines.   •   Don't put main cover line at the
        Sell your editorial to readers             bottom of the cover. It needs to
    •   Do use a "sky bar" at the top of           be in a prime location
        the cover to promote features.         •   Don't use illustrations on the cover
        Use this prime real estate for         •   Don't be depressing on the cover
        short, punchy teasers                  •   Don't be too clever or too cute with
        guaranteed to stop consumers               cover lines
    •   Do use cover slashes to highlight      •   Don't be subtle
        noteworthy items                       •   Don't have a cluttered cover. On the
    •   Do use the left-hand margin                cover less is more
        aggressively for cover lines           •   Don't be afraid to sell. Use the
    •   Do use white backgrounds for               cover as a marketing tool,
        maximum contrast                           because that's what it is. It is not
    •   Do use big bold typography.                an artist's portfolio
        Readers need to see it clearly         •   Don't use white drop out cover lines,
    •   Do use numbers to quantify value           unless the type is huge
        i.e. "500 Best Restaurants" and "Top   •   Don't be afraid to do all type
        10 Public Gardens Coast to Coast"          covers. Sometimes these can be
    •   Do go perfect bound                        more effective than using a
    •   Do use quality cover stock and UV          photo
        coating. Statistics show that this     •   Don't be preachy, pompous, or
        makes a difference to the consumer         pretentious on the cover
    •   Do make the cover fun and
        informative
Do’s and don’ts for cover prices
stolen from Coast-to-coast newsstand sales website

Do                                        Don’t
• Review your price and your              • Don't duck the issue. Magazines are undervalued.
  competitor's prices semi-annually         Evidence: How much did you last pay for a birthday
• Be bold. If you are going to take         card? People are willing to pay for a thick,
  your price up, raise it by at least       information-packed book
  25 cents                                • Don't be forced to take up your subscription
• Raise your price with a thick issue       price when you raise the cover price
• Take it up with an issue that           • Don't appear defensive when a cover price increase
                                            is suggested by your publisher
  always sells well, like a special
                                          • January issues are usually thin, so avoid raising
  issue                                     your cover price at the beginning of a new year
• Raise it during Autumn--that way you    • Don't be shy, if you are priced at $1.95 go to $2.25
  get an "unbudgetted revenue" windfall     then to $2.50 then take it to $2.95 then to $3.25
• Be sure you change the price on           then $3.50 then to $3.95. If you have a great
  the masthead                              product, it will sell
• Be sure you get new UPC codes           • Don't be surprised if sales slip. The "theory of
• Be sure you change all circulation        elasticity" states that if you raise your price by
  promotion material that refers to         10 percent, you'll lose 10 percent of sales
  "savings off newsstand price"           • Don't retreat and don't panic. Dropping your price is
• Be sure to alert your newsstand           a sign of weakness. Wait it out--it may take six
                                            months for sales to normalize
  distributor well in advance
                                          • Don't brag. If newsstand sales remain strong
• Monitor sales post price increase,        post price increase, credit the editor and the
  analyze, and plan your next move          editorial team for giving you a great product to
                                            sell
Paid Circulation - Bulk
   Multiple copies delivered to the same
    address
       Restaurants
       Events or Venues

       Cheap but cover the cost of production
              Can count as qualified paid depending on auditor
Single Copy Promotion
   Point-of-purchase material
       Tent cards – 10¢
       Floor stickers $35 each
       Racks $25 to $150 each
       Retail Dealer Allowance (RDA)
Paid Circulation - Renewals
   Send four to five notices
       Five months prior
       Four months prior
       Three months prior
       One month prior
       Last issue
       -1 issue telemarketing
    Budgeting
   Expense                              Earned Revenue
       Delivery expense                     The amount of revenue
       Fulfillment                           earned from the
       Marketing                             subscription amount
                                              paid, divided by the
                                              number of issues
   Revenue                                   purchased
       New subscriptions
       Renewals
                                         Deferred Revenue
                                             The amount of revenue
       Single copy (revenue split)
                                              set aside for to service
       List Rental Revenue                   future issues of the
                                              publication
   Bulk – as low as 1¢ each                 Subscription price $12 for 12
                                              issues. After first issue $1 is
                                              earned $11 is deferred.
           Sample paid circ expense budget
10,000 Subscribers via mail                Month1         Month2         Month3         Month4         Month5         Month6         Month7         Month8         Month9         Month10       Month11       Month12
Trucking                                            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150         150           150           150
Mailing House (7 cents each)                        770            770            770            770            770            770            770            770            770         770           770           770
Postage Subs - Canada                           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500           4500          4500          4500
Postage Subs - Foreign                               0              0              0              0              0              0              0              0              0              0             0             0
Postage Sample Subs (1000 month)                    450            450            450            450            450            450            450            450            450         450           450           450
Gross Total Distribution                    $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00      $5,870.00     $5,870.00     $5,870.00

PAP Subsidy @ 64%                           $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00      $2,880.00     $2,880.00     $2,880.00
Net Distribution Cost                       $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00      $2,990.00     $2,990.00     $2,990.00


Staff
Circulation Manager                             3500           3500           3500           3500           3500           3500           3500           3500           3500           3500          3500          3500
Merchandiser P/T                                1500           1500           1500           1500           1500           1500           1500           1500           1500           1500          1500          1500
Telemarketing Sales                             4000           4000           4000           4000           4000           4000           4000           4000           4000           4000          4000          4000
Total Staff                                     9000           9000           9000           9000           9000           9000           9000           9000           9000           9000          9000          9000


Supplies                                            250            250            250            250            250            250            250            250            250         250           250           250
Circ Postage                                        750            750            750            750            750            750            750            750            750         750           750           750
Circ Promotion                                  5000               750            750        5500               750            750            750            750        5000            750           750          5500


Softw are support ($15 ,000 to purchase)            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150            150         150           150           150
Memberships and dues (CCAB)                         450                                                                                                  3500


Total Cost per m onth                      $18,590.00 $13,890.00 $13,890.00 $18,640.00 $13,890.00 $13,890.00 $13,890.00 $17,390.00 $18,140.00 $13,890.00 $13,890.00 $18,640.00
                 Circulation Revenue

Revenue                                Month1         Month2     Month3     Month4     Month5     Month6     Month7     Month8     Month9     Month10    Month11    Month12
Earned Revenue subs @ $2.25                20250         20250      20250      20250      20250      20250      20250      20250      20250      20250      20250      20250
Single Copy Revenue (1000 per month)            990        990        990        990        990        990        990        990        990        990        990        990
$4.95 cover price @ 20% commission
List Rental Revenue @ $150/m                1500                                1500                             1500                             1500
Total Revenue                              22740         21240      21240      22740      21240      21240      22740      21240      21240      22740      21240      21240


Circulation Contribution                $4,150.00 $7,350.00 $7,350.00 $4,100.00 $7,350.00 $7,350.00 $8,850.00 $3,850.00 $3,100.00 $8,850.00 $7,350.00 $2,600.00


Grand total                            $72,250.00
Total Pieces per Mailing (Paid Circulation Periodicals)   PAP Funding Percentage
From
1 to 4,999 total eligible pieces                                                   71.98%
5,000 to 5,999                                                                     70.42%
6,000 to 6,999                                                                     69.32%
7,000 to 7,999                                                                     68.48%
8,000 to 8,999                                                                     67.84%
9,000 to 9,999                                                                     67.32%
10,000 to 10,999                                                                   66.89%
1,210,000 and up                                                                   61.12%




Total of Pieces per Mailing (Request Circulation
Magazines)                                                PAP Funding Percentage
From
1 to 30,000 total eligible pieces                                                  33.33%
30,001 to 30,499                                                                   32.78%
30,500 to 30,999                                                                   32.25%
31,000 to 31,499                                                                   31.74%
31,500 to 31,999                                                                   31.25%
32,000 to 32,499                                                                   30.77%
32,500 to 32,999                                                                   30.30%
33,000 to 33,499                                                                   29.85%
33,500 to 33,999                                                                   29.41%
            Canada Magazine Fund
Support for Editorial Content component
              List of recipients
                   2005-2006
                                   Contribution
Magazine Name                          Amount
ALIVE                                   $55,276
BC BUSINESS                             $74,919
BC OUTDOORS SPORT
FISHING                                 $30,272
CANADIAN BUSINESS                      $196,138
CANADIAN GEOGRAPHIC                    $115,705
CANADIAN LIVING                        $223,792
CHÂTELAINE                             $123,677
CHATELAINE (ENG)                       $251,333
COTTAGE MAGAZINE                        $23,631
FASHION                                $154,295
GARDENS WEST                            $34,554
GARDENWISE                              $47,179
MACLEAN'S                              $422,252
MARKETING MAGAZINE                      $87,020
MODERN DOG                              $29,208
PACIFIC YACHTING                        $42,093
                   Title                 Subsidy
Maclean's                              $3,475,792
Chatelaine (English)                   $3,466,481
TV Guide                               $2,860,554
Canadian Living                        $2,633,556
Reader's Digest                        $2,383,178
Movie Entertainment Feature            $2,090,871
Canadian House & Home                  $1,571,663
Coup de Pouce                          $1,127,680
Style at Home                          $1,022,743
Primeurs                               $1,008,227
T.V. Hebdo                              $903,805
Flare                                   $814,816
Châtelaine (French)                     $796,711
Actualité (L')                          $748,854
Homemaker's Magazine                    $742,316
Fashion Magazine                        $660,374
Toronto Life                            $618,167
Reader's Digest Sélection               $588,687
Canadian Geographic                     $549,457
Bel Age (Le)                            $538,422
Anglican Journal                        $523,594
TV Week                                 $519,896
Canadian Medical Association Journal    $509,909
Promoting your publication
   Samples – with reply mechanism
   Ad swaps with other publishers
   Contra – radio, billboards
   Partner with associations and advertisers
   Telemarketing
   Direct mail
   Door-to-Door sales
   Events, tradeshows and kiosks
   Sponsorships
   Direct email
   Hawkers
   Premiums
Contests
   Get readers interacting with you
   Partner with advertisers for prizes and
    promotion
   The better the prize the better the
    response
   You cannot make people buy to enter
    your contests
Resources
   Circulation Management Magazine
   Folio Magazine
   Target Marketing
   Direct Marketing News
   C.A.R.D
   RC Anderson and Associates
Circulation Consultants
From CMC Industry Links: Suppliers             Granite Bay Media
                                                Greg
Circulation Consultants                         Phone: 916-782-6575
     Abacus Circulation Inc.                   email: greg@gbmedia.com
      Jon Spencer
                                                http://www.gbmedia.com
      Phone: 416-504-5282
      Fax: 416-361-9244
      email: js.abacus@sympatico.ca            Robert Cohen & Associates
      http://www.abacuscirculation.ca
                                                Bob
                                                Phone: 212-557-1954
     Circ3...Smart Circulation Solutions
      Scott Bullock                             email: robtcohen@earthlink.net
      Phone: 416-699-3838                       http://www.robertcohen.net
      Fax: 416-699-1815
      email: scott@circ3.com
      email: scottbullock@rogers.com           Target Audience Management Inc.
      http://www.circ3.com                      Brian Gillett
                                                Phone: 905-729-2727
     CM Group                                  Fax: 905-729-0227
      Greg/Colleen                              email: bg@tamicirc.ca
      Phone: 416-233-9409
      email: gkeilty@neptune.on.ca              http://www.tamicirc.ca
      email: cmgroup@interlog.com           
      http://www.skynewsmagazine.com

     ETATECH
      PJ Brown
      Phone: 519-471-5459
      email: pjetatech@rogers.com
Software and fulfillment
   Circulation Software                 Fulfillment Services
   Bard Business Solutions Inc.         Cornerstone
    5845 Yonge St.,                       Kamy Zarbafi 416-932-9555
    Box 69592,                            email: kamy@cstonecanada.com
    Toronto ON M2M 4K3                    http://www.cstonecanada.com
    Phone: 416-410-2273
    Fax: 416-410-2273                    Indas Limited
                                          Contact Bill
   The Media Services Group, Ltd.,       email: indas@indas.on.ca
    One Atlantic Street,                  http://www.indas.on.ca
    3rd Floor                         
    Stamford CT 06901-2402 U.S.A.
    Phone: 203-352-5369
    Fax: 203-921-1791                    Newsstand Distributors
                                         Coast To Coast
                                          5230 Finch Avenue East
   Mendon Associates Inc.                Toronto ON M1S 4Z9
    4195 Dundas St. W.                    Phone: 416-754-3900
    Suite 340                             Fax: 416-754-4900
    Toronto ON M8X 1Y4
    Phone: 416-239-9661
    Fax: 416-239-1076                    Disticor Magazine Distribution Services
                                          695 Westney Road South
                                          Unit 14
   Sequel Software                       Ajax ON L1S 6M9
    Suite 301, 609 - 14th St. NW          Phone: 905-619-6565
    Calgary AB T2N 2A1                    Fax: 905-619-2903
    Phone: 877-811-1811
    Fax: 403-270-8951                 

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Web Resources
   NEWSSTAND.COM
   NEWSPAPERSDIRECT.COM
   MAGAMALL.COM
   NAA.ORG
   INMA.ORG
   API.COM
   CIRCJOBS.COM
   NEWSPAPERS.ORG
   MASTHEADONLINE.COM
   CCMANET.CA
   CIRC.ORG
Circulation Verification
   ABC
   BPAI
   Verified
   Publishers Sworn Statement
List Brokers
   Prospects Influential
   Cornerstone
   Watts
   CBI
   Infocanada.com
   Contacts Database Marketing
Samples
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