February 2009 Edition of Website Magazine Available
The February 2009 Edition of Website Magazine is now available!
Review a few of the articles from this issue here.
Did you know that in the past year nearly 100,000 Web professionals have subscribed or renewed their subscriptions to Website Magazine? This achievement is, in many respects, a testament to popular demand but supported by the individual success stories we hear each and every day from our subscribers - those who make their living mastering the Web.
In a few short years, Website Magazine has grown by leaps and bounds to become the premier print publication about achieving success on the Web. We’ve put the very tactics and techniques we address in each issue of this publication in practice, and our growth is reflective of our mission — providing content that moves our readers and their enterprises ever-forward. This issue is no different.
The feature article for the February 2009 edition addresses the psychology of design but also covers hot trends like cloud computing, essential practices like email segmentation and, as always, key topics such as pay-per-click advertising, affiliate program management, search engine optimization, and the state of Internet executives. This edition of Website Magazine has something for everyone. It also marks a time of significant change — to your benefit.
Things are Changing at Website Magazine for the Better
Demand for the value we provide has grown. The most frequent question we get around here is, “Where is my next issue?” With a quarterly publication, it can seem like a long time between issues. By popular demand, we are proud to announce that, starting in next month, Website Magazine will publish on a monthly schedule. Current subscribers will continue to receive their free quarterly edition, and for those Web professionals who want more valuable content more often, subscriptions are now available.
For just $44.95/year (nearly 50% off newsstand prices), Website Magazine professional members will receive eight special issues to help shorten their road to Web success. Visit WebsiteMagazine.com to request more information on becoming a Website Magazine professional member.
Thanks and Best Web Wishes,
Peter Prestipino— Editor in Chief