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Focus

Anonymous's picture

Hi, I stopped subscribing about 2 years back, after many happy years. The reason was that each issue was so tightly and totally focussed they stopped being of any interest to me most of the time. I would pick up each issue and find 90% content on one topic. That is actually a one-off special with a narrow interest group, not a standard issue magazine. You needed to keep at least 50% relevant to be able to sell.

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