Starting a lucrative magazine exchange business requires a bit of hustle, but is a wonderful way to earn some added money. But it is becoming tougher and tougher for the magazine sector to carve out a special niche when it comes to offering details. In order to remain competitive, the magazine industry has to produce troubles which readers want to get, gather and preserve for more than a day or two.
Mary Englbreit’s Home Companion magazine featured paper dolls in the back of the periodical as effectively as collector prints appropriate for framing and hanging on the wall (so did the old McCalls magazine). They can’t compete with online news, info which could be breaking on the same day as a weekly news magazine hits the stand.