A magazine can be found for almost every sport, job, hobby, or lifestyle imaginable. Millions of American households subscribe to a weekly or monthly magazine, oftentimes more than one. If you have an interest, chances are there’s a magazine out there for you. Golfers, cat lovers, home remodelers, insurance salespeople, magicians, and bikers can all subscribe to magazines targeting their specific area of interest.
Magazines tend to pile up regardless of how frequently they arrive in the mail. It can be difficult to find a certain article when you’re looking through many issues of the same publication. You may read an article about how to fix your slice on the golf course, but if you have years and years of issues in your garage it can be arduous to leaf through each and every one. The article you’re looking for probably won’t be worth the time and effort.
If there was an easily accessible archive of magazine articles, your task would be a lot less time consuming, especially when you can search through the archive on your computer for keywords and terms you remember from the article.
Magazine publishers could electronically archive back issues on custom bulk flash drives for sale to readers, or even offer them for free to long-term subscribers and loyal readers. A new flash drive could be offered annually, or every five years, or perhaps a drive with every issue in the history of the publication of the magazine. Different magazines require different solutions, and CFgear is a leader in customization to suit customers’ needs.
PDF issues of the magazine could be loaded onto the flash drives, and a searchable index could list volumes and editions with topics and categories. CFgear uses patented Pulse technology to preload data of a wide variety of file types onto a USB drive.
Customers may be willing to pay a small fee at the end of each year in order to have an electronic catalog of that year’s editions. Magazines may also consider giving the flash drive as a complimentary gift for a valued subscriber.
There are countless possibilities for magazine flash drives. Electronic editions could be offered at bookstores, containing exclusive material such as audio or video supplements. Internet links would allow easy access to the magazine’s website for the reader to read more about a topic, while driving traffic to the site.
CFgear also offers custom imprints of the name and logo of the magazine for each custom flash drive. Pantone color matching is used to ensure exact matches of up to four colors.
CFgear can be a great partner for magazines looking to transform their archives into electronic files for bulk flash drives. Visit their website for more information.