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Your Brand: More Than Just a Name

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Coca Cola, Nike, McDonald’s and Focus on the Family. For better or worse, we hear or see those names and we immediately have an idea of what we expect from that product or organization. Those expectations are not by accident. Much thought and strategic planning have gone into those brands. Have you thought about your…

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Dabira magazine impacts women around the world

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“Every time I read from Dabira magazine it gives me a sense of purpose as a woman,” a reader who has been through a difficult marriage and abuse wrote. “My confidence has increased and my trust in God got better.” Lara Odebiyi, founder and editor of Dabira magazine in Nigeria, finds this message encouraging and…

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5 tips for editors working alone to develop content

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The dream, for most editors, is to work with a team of other editors and writers to develop the content of a magazine. However, particularly for start-up magazines, the founding editor is typically working alone to create all or most of the initial content. It can be a difficult position. In this six-minute clip taken…

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Why MTI Doesn’t Provide Articles for Your Magazine

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How would someone from Russia explain the chill of snow to someone who lives on the Equator? It’s almost impossible for either person to fully relate to the other. Before Magazine Training International began, when Sharon Mumper traveled the world she saw an increasing gap between the evangelical resources available to Christians around the world and…

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Professional publisher training previously available only overseas to be offered in the U.S. in 2015

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This summer for the first time two international publisher training ministries will partner with U.S. publishing associations to offer in the U.S. the same professional training they have presented in scores of countries overseas. Media Associates International (MAI) and Magazine Training International (MTI) will partner with the Christian Booksellers Association (CBA) to present “Publishing in…

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