FABULOUS FLOORS MAGAZINE LAUNCHES NEW DELIVERY MODELS
(Dalton, GA. March 2013) - Publisher Margo Locust announced today that Fabulous Floors Magazine, the leading magazine devoted to flooring as a key element in interior design, is undergoing a transformation that will include the expansion of its circulation to include e-books as well as digital editions. As part of this change, the print formats of Fabulous Floors will publish twice a year in expanded 100-page SPRING and FALL editions that supportestablished consumer flooring-purchase cycles.
There will be four seasonal e-book editions of Fabulous Floors, (including e-copies of the print issues), as well as unique content digital only issues for SUMMER and WINTER. The reader-friendly format of specific categories like Wood, Tile, Resilient, Carpet, Laminate, Area Rugs, Green and Wool will be maintained.
Fabulous Floors Magazine is now featured on Magzter, the world's largest and fastest growing cross platform global digital magazine store and newsstand: www.magzter.com. Click on "New Arrivals".
Fabulous Floors has led the way in consumer flooring coverage for over ten years providing intelligent and relevant guidance for consumers. It's clear that the widespread adoption of digital media platforms is changing how information is best shared and Fabulous Floors is committed to maintaining leadership as the key flooring industry information provider to consumer.
“To meet the expectations and lifestyles of our readers we will be providing real-time delivery of flooring product and design choices, combined with bi-annual print editions that will contain more or longer feature stories, and "sit-down" design and how-to articles meant to be referenced.
“We will be escalating our presence on the web starting May 1, 2013. The expanded print 2013 Spring Issue will be on newsstands late April," said publisher Margo Locust who is also the executive editor of Fabulous Floors. "Our team is extremely proud of what we have achieved and are excited by the prospect of our new ventures."