(Stumptown, WV) - In celebration of their 5th anniversary in print, Two-Lane Livin' Magazine is offering free downloads of the digital PDF file of the September 2012 issue, now circulating in print in the Central West Virginia region.|
Two-Lane Livin' Magazine was launched in September 2007. The magazine is free in print in 17 counties around the Central West Virginia region, with cultural articles on rural, traditional, self-reliant living -- written by volunteer columnists with ties to the local area.
Over the past 5 years, the print edition of the magazine has featured the work of 60 amateur photographers on the cover, and more than than 30 local columnists have been featured as well. With a consistent 99% monthly readership rate, the magazine has the potential to reach an average of 45,000 readers monthly in print. Very rarely are there any print copies left unread.
Because of the challenges of meeting the readership demand for the magazine in print, Stumptown Publishing has worked diligently over the last three years to make their magazine available in as many digital ways as possible. Digital subscriptions by email and digital downloads of past issue PDF files were made available two years ago. Online downloads of past issues typically cost between 50 cents and $2, depending on the popularity and age of the issue. Monthly digital subscriptions are $1 an issue. However, to celebrate, downloads of the current anniversary issue are available free of charge.
The Magazine also has a web site, a facebook following, a twitter account, and will be launching a community-oriented mobile app this fall.
To download your free digital copy of the September 2012 issue of Two-Lane Livin' Magazine, visit Two-Lane Livin' and click the blue free download button at the top right of the page. For more information about the publication, visit www.twolanelivin.com