Why advertise in Greetings Today?
Greetings Today magazine reaches all the key buyers in the greetings card industry each issue.
Greetings Today magazine reaches all the key decision makers in the greetings card industry - whether you want to target the buyers of the largest multiple or the owner of the smallest independent.
The Greetings Today team also works hard to ensure that all our readers are bona fide retailers or suppliers.
As a controlled circulation business-to-business magazine we are required to constantly monitor our circulation and maintain its quality. That's why if you need to inform buyers about your company, brand or range, you should utilise the reach of Greetings Today to put you in front of the right people.
The greetings card market is a competitive one and with a lot of product available it makes sense to stand out from the crowd.
Greetings Today is the only independently-audited magazine for the greetings industry with its print circulation confirmed at 6,086 for the year to June 30, 2015.
The figures were released by the Audit Bureau of Circulations – the same company trusted by household names from Britain’s biggest-selling daily newspaper The Sun to Woman magazine – and make Greetings Today the widest distributed and most widely-read publication in the industry.
With more than 80 per cent of those subscribers known to be retailers in card and gift shops both large and small, Greetings Today is the go-to trade publication for publishers who want to place their products in front of the people who matter.
Mark Naish, Publishing Director for Greetings Today's owners Lema Publishing, said: "The ABC certification is very important to Greetings Today. Not only does it give us the confidence that, as a publisher, we are producing a relevant trade magazine which readers genuinely want to receive, it also gives our advertisers an official stamp of trust.
“We are the only magazine in the sector which is prepared to invest in the ABC audit. We believe it is vital that our commercial partners have trust in our circulation figures."