Monday, May 13, 2013

How to Be A Newsstand Hero

May 13, 2013
   As you probably know, we have a rough time on the newsstands of America because we are a small player in a very large corporate world. Big magazine publishers, like Hearst, with over a hundred titles, can command shelf space and push out little guys. That's why it's so important to us to have such faithful readers like Nicholas Narog.

"After several months of complaining—the Barnes and Noble in the Mall of America now carries a certain magazine."
—Nicholas Narog

Be like Nick. Complain and cajole your local newsstand until they get with the program (we've heard B&N has a computer program that clicks in if there are three requests for a title).

Thanks. Go get'em.

"The squeaky wheel gets the oil."
—Old Vaquero Saying