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Blow-in Cards: Christianity Today

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Blow-in cards are inserted in magazines either by hand or by a machine which “blows” them into the magazines. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. They are one of the most effective methods of gaining new subscribers.

  • Magazine: Christianity Today,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Single-magazine Bind-in Cards: Lydia

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Bind-in cards are cards bound into magazines with saddle-stitch binding or perfect binding. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. Many magazines find bind-in one of the most cost-effective methods of gaining new subscribers. Publishers may bind in a single card or a page of cards which may be separated along perforated edges. These cards promote only the magazines in which they are bound.

  • Magazine: Lydia,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Single-magazine Bind-in Cards: Lydia

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Bind-in cards are cards bound into magazines with saddle-stitch binding or perfect binding. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. Many magazines find bind-in one of the most cost-effective methods of gaining new subscribers. Publishers may bind in a single card or a page of cards which may be separated along perforated edges. These cards promote only the magazines in which they are bound.

  • Magazine: Lydia,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Single-magazine Package Inserts: Christianity Today

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A package insert is a card or brochure enclosed in a package sent to potential customers. Often, package inserts are enclosed in packages mailed by book publishers. However, this flier was inserted in a clear plastic bag inside the mailer containing the subscribers magazine.

  • Magazine: Christianity Today,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Bind-in Gift Subscription Renewals: Christianity Today

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Bind-in cards are cards bound into magazines with saddle-stitch binding or perfect binding. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. Many magazines find bind-in one of the most cost-effective methods of gaining new subscribers. Publishers may bind in a single card or a page of cards which may be separated along perforated edges. These cards promote only the magazines in which they are bound.

Gift subscription renewals must be handled differently from normal subscriptions. Publishers normally notify the donor first. If there is no response, they may then notify the gift subscription recipient.

  • Magazine: Christianity Today,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Issue Wraps: Christianity Today

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An issue wrap is a second cover on a magazine. They are not usually put on magazines to be displayed for single-copy sale. However, they are sometimes used on magazines mailed to subscribers. They provide extra protection for the cover, and serve as a tool to advertise special offers to subscribers, to welcome new subscribers, or to announce subscription expiration.

  • Magazine: Christianity Today,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Blow-in Cards: Outreach

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Blow-in cards are inserted in magazines either by hand or by a machine which “blows” them into the magazines. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. They are one of the most effective methods of gaining new subscribers.

  • Magazine: Outreach,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Multiple-magazine Bind-in Cards: Two magazines

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Bind-in cards are cards bound into magazines with saddle-stitch binding or perfect binding. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. Many magazines find bind-in one of the most cost-effective methods of gaining new subscribers. Publishers may bind in a single card or a page of cards which may be separated along perforated edges. Publishers that have several magazines often advertise related magazines on bind-in cards inserted in magazines whose audience is similar. A subscriber to Christianity Today, for example, may also be interested in Leadership or Theology magazines.

In this sample: Christianity Today and Leadership Journal

  • Magazine: Christianity Today, Leadership Journal,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Single-magazine Bind-in Cards: Christianity Today

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Bind-in cards are cards bound into magazines with saddle-stitch binding or perfect binding. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. Many magazines find bind-in one of the most cost-effective methods of gaining new subscribers. Publishers may bind in a single card or a page of cards which may be separated along perforated edges. These cards promote only the magazines in which they are bound.

Gift subscription renewals must be handled differently from normal subscriptions. Publishers normally notify the donor first. If there is no response, they may then notify the gift subscription recipient.

  • Magazine: Christianity Today,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,

Single-magazine Bind-in Cards: Christianity Today

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Bind-in cards are cards bound into magazines with saddle-stitch binding or perfect binding. Publishers may sell these cards to advertisers or use them to advertise their own magazine. Many magazines find bind-in one of the most cost-effective methods of gaining new subscribers. Publishers may bind in a single card or a page of cards which may be separated along perforated edges. These cards promote only the magazines in which they are bound.

Gift subscription renewals must be handled differently from normal subscriptions. Publishers normally notify the donor first. If there is no response, they may then notify the gift subscription recipient.

  • Magazine: Christianity Today,
  • Price: Free
  • Format: PDF
  • Type: sample,
  • Recipient: subscribers,
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