Friday, 28 June 2013

Now available throughout the world. Ever wanted to edit and publish your own magazine?

Sorted, the world’s most wholesome men’s magazine is now available for very profitable local franchise opportunities. Start your own local magazine business with Son Christian Media.

We offer full ongoing support, professional sales training, dynamic content and competitively priced design, printing and distribution packages!

If you could do with some serious additional income, want to spend loads of time with your children and would like to be admired in your community because of what you do, then this franchise opportunity is for you.

This is a real business that you can run from your own home, in just a few hours a week. It fits in perfectly around caring for your children so that you can be an active parent as well as a key breadwinner in the household.

What it is

Sorted has been voted the UK’s most wholesome men’s magazine.

Launched in 2007 by well-known British entertainer and motivational speaker, Steve Legg. In addition to being a visionary entrepreneur, Steve is also a committed family man and dad who is author of 13 books and producer of the worldwide hit kids cartoon, It’s a Boy.

Sorted targets an audience of active, intelligent and successful men with an exciting and vibrant mix of features. Printed on improved cover and paper stock with a premium feel, Sorted provides an opportunity for brands to target a highly engaged market via traditional and multi-media platforms, including a new and dynamic iPhone and iPad version.

What you will be

You will be the Editor of your own bimonthly men’s lifestyle magazine. We provide design and content including celebrity interviews, entertainment, gadgets, music, movies, grooming, fashion, football and a whole lot more.

As one of the UK’s fastest growing new titles, Sorted is the home of some of the world’s biggest celebrities. Icons such as Bear Grylls, Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Sylvester Stallone and Sir Anthony Hopkins have graced our pages in recent issues.

Your responsibility will be to fill the magazine with up to eight pages of local content, including local information and advertising, which is where you make your substantial income.

How will you gain?

•Financially: Sorted has the potential to earn you a sizeable four figure income (profit) with EVERY edition.

•Physically: This is very part-time once you've got yourself set up and you have the flexibility to work when you want, meaning you can fit your business around your family and other commitments.

•Emotionally: By having pride in what you do. You'll feel great when people ask you what you do and you tell them that you publish your own magazine. It is a brilliant feeling and you get a real sense of satisfaction that comes from success and a job well done.

•PLUS you'll be able to build a business that has considerable value in its own right i.e. your magazine is something that you can potentially sell at some point in the future.

Rapid payback

Advertising will be key to profiling any business that desires to stay ahead of their competitors. This is never truer than during a period of financial recession.

Only visible, sustained market promotion will enable businesses to win new customers and retain existing ones.

You don’t need to be a technical whizz or a super sales person. You just need to be able to use a computer and enjoy meeting new people.

If you are interested in joining this success story in your local area then please contact us today:

DUNCAN WILLIAMS – Tel: 0871 234 1991 / 07960 829 615 or email:
duncan@sorted-magazine.com

Why advertising works

Sometimes we need to remind ourselves what the short-term benefits of advertising are – during good times or bad – it creates sales immediately; it generates added business from current customers; and it brings in new leads and prospects. Then there is the long-term benefit of advertising – it works cumulatively.

The more familiar people become with a brand, the more favourable they feel toward it, and the more likely they are to buy it. In other words, people don’t like to do business with strangers.

And, since the owners and staff of a company can’t personally meet all their prospective customers in advance, their advertising must do this for them. Maintaining brand recognition should be considered an on-going business investment. The moment it stops, it begins to lose power immediately – and
future sales are in jeopardy.

Studies have shown that it takes four to six months to see the results of an advertising program. Cutting back during a downturn is like throwing away your investment. Maintenance today costs much less than rebuilding tomorrow.

www.sorted-magazine.com

 

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