Internet Genealogy Magazine Already Tops 10,000 SubscribersI just received the following -- and actually, it's really good timing because I've been meaning to write about this:
"We hope you'll join us in celebrating Internet Genealogy's 10,000th subscriber by telling your readers about the all-new, extra issue of Internet Genealogy they can download from our website, www.internet-genealogy.com, absolutely free! This online edition is a complete magazine containing the same great features and articles that you would find in our printed edition.
To further celebrate, we are offering a special subscription rate of $22 for one year of Internet Genealogy magazine (the regular rate is $28). This special $22 rate is only valid until October 31, 2006."
I'm a big fan of all of Halvor Moorshead's publications, but I'm especially loving this one since I'm one of those genealogists who lives online. Apparently, I'm not the only one since they've already hit the 10,000 mark -- and by the way, to put that into perspective, they hit 10,000 subscribers (not including newstand and one-off sales) shortly after their second issue. That should give you an indication of just how good this magazine is.
I just read the latest issue and it's terrific -- a nice mish-mash of all sorts of things you probably never knew you could do online. I've got half the pages dog-eared for one reason or another. If you want to see for yourself, take advantage of the free issue online. It's 64 pages long in .pdf format, so you can either read it on your computer screen or print it out. They didn't skimp -- this is a genuine issue available for free! Check it out -- you won't be disappointed!