Creative Cow Magazine -- 1st issue mailed, PDF version will be posted this weekend
by Ron Lindeboom on Apr 14, 2006 at 5:07:48 pm
Well, the first issue of Creative Cow Magazine is in the mail and if you are one of the first 10,000 who signed up for it (with a USA mailing address), you should be seeing it in your mailboxes shortly.
We will also have another 10,000 with us at NAB that we will be offering there, as well. If you have already registered and are on the mailing list, please do not take a second copy as we really want these first 20,000 copies to reach as far as possible. Thank you for your understanding in this.
Also, for those who live internationally and really want to get a hardcopy of the first issue and are willing to pay the mailing cost, I have had an extra 1,000 copies printed because so many of you have written saying that you really wanted to get a hardcopy of Issue One and were willing to pay the mailing cost. If you are one of these, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will see that you get an issue of the magazine. If you do not wish to pay the mailing costs, please do not write me as we will not be paying to send copies internationally as it is just too costly and we are just a small company --so please don't ask.
If You Have Subscribed Already Outside the USA or Prefer the PDF Version:
This weekend, I will post the PDF version for those of you who live outside the USA and/or who prefer the PDF version. If you registered for the PDF version, you will be sent an email with the link that will take you to the page which will serve it up for you. You must be registered to get the PDF version.
If You Have Not Subscribed But Want To See Issue One And/Or Be Added For This and Future Issues:
If you haven't already subscribed and wish to be added to the mailing list for issue two and/or have access to the PDF version of the magazine, please click the following link...
You must be registered for the magazine as each magazine will have a unique link and will not be linked in directly anywhere on the Creative Cow site. This, as in order to show sponsors and advertisers how many people actually read the magazine, we have to be able to give them a figure, otherwise we won't get the support we need to do this and offer it for free to our members.