This program provides Association Media & Publishing members an economical means of submitting their publications for professional review and analysis. The review, conducted by industry expert, Don Ranly, Ph.D., addresses all facets of your publication from the cover art, table of contents, editorial content and headlines, to overall design and layout.
Put your publication to the test!
Does your publication need a fresh perspective? A little more punch? Or a full-blown makeover?
Well-designed and informative publications can enhance your members' experience and retention and increase ad revenue. And that's exactly what you'll get if you sign-up for Association Media & Publishing's Publications Review Program.
Submit your magazine, journal or newsletter to Association Media & Publishing's Publications Review Program, and youíll receive a comprehensive, objective evaluation of editorial content, overall design, and layout from Don Ranly, Ph.D. Dr. Ranly has been a professor of journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism for the past 25 years and has a distinct knowledge of association publishing and its unique challenges and opportunities.
His review will address all facets of your publication, from the cover art, table of contents, editorial content, and headlines, to overall design and layout. Completed within a two-month time frame, this comprehensive review will provide you with an issue of your publication with notations and comments, and an extensive audiotape review of the publication.
To take advantage of this exciting opportunity, please provide the following:
"Just a note to say thanks so much for all your efforts at reviewing Habitat World! I really enjoyed listening to your tape ≠ and yes, I did listen alllll the way through to the end. I was never bored! So much good information, so much for us to think about. I really can't wait to start implementing some of these things asap. I loved your comments about design and legibility ≠ I can't tell you the battles I've fought around here about that. Finally, maybe they'll listen. You know, the consultant from out of town always knows best!"
Milana McClead, Habitat for Humanity
"Just wanted to say a quick thank you for reviewing our News@Work and making such constructive suggestions. We have incorporated many of those changes in this latest edition. It was wonderful to re-learn so much of what I had forgotten over the years in your workshop! I know our readers will be pleased, too."
Sally O'Connor, Editor, News@Work