Magazine Business Plan Kit
Use this business plan template to develop a simple budget and
business plan before you jump into publishing a magazine or website
. . . and potentially lose your shirt! Our files work with your
word processing and spreadsheet programs to help you build a customized
business plan. They run equally well on a Mac or a PC, but please
note: you must have spreadsheet software (such as Excel) to use
There are four files in the kit, and we can send them by email as soon as your
payment is received. We can also send the kit on a CD. The four files are:
Market Analysis workbook (in Microsoft Excel) looking at
other magazines and websites in a niche to assess your own idea.
The line by line instructions teach you how to study competitors
and determine your strongest competitive position.
Business Plan Outline (a Microsoft Word document) Chapter
headings and detailed instructions help you describe your ideas
and avoid leaving out essential information.
Financials Workbook (in Microsoft Excel) that helps you
figure out how much profit you can make and how much startup cash
you need. Line-by-line instructions are included so that you can
easily complete the workbook, even if you know absolutely nothing
Instructions (in Microsoft Word) provides detailed instructions
for completing the template files, including instructions for getting
cost estimates from printers, setting your subscription and advertising
prices, calculating staff salaries, and other essential details.
This is a simple tool and easy to use, but it is packed with priceless
advice and practical suggestions from Cheryl Woodard, the magazine
startup expert who launched PC Magazine at a San Francisco kitchen
table 25 years ago.
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If you are working on a magazine business plan and you need specific
advice, feel free to contact me. I've seen hundreds of publication
business plans, and I can offer quick, low-cost advice about yours.
Our Coaching services are very affordable.
Free Articles about Business Plans for Magazines:
Elements of a Magazine Business Plan - and Who
Funds Startups? about finding money to launch magazines.
We strongly encourage you to read the book, Starting
and Running a Successful Newsletter or Mgazine if you are
working on a magazine business plan. It will save you hours of
research time, and it offers tips from experienced publishers.
This is the how-to book you've been waiting for, written by a
co-founder of three computer magazines, PC Magazine, PC World,
and Macworld. You can find the book in any library or retail
bookstore, and you can order it right now from Amazon or download the e-book from www.nolo.com.
We can send you the kit by email within 12 hours of receiving
your order (fastest way) or on a CD mailed to your postal address.
Three ways to pay: by check, credit card, or Paypal. Follow this link to pay
Or send your order, with credit card information, by email or
by post to: The Publishing
Business Group, 2821 Kavanaugh Blvd, Suite 3D, Little Rock, AR 72205.
Important Note: Please include all of the following information
with your credit card order: card number and type of card, billing
address, expiration date, the 3-digit or 4-digit verification number
printed on the back of your card. (It appears after and to the
right of your card number), the name on your credit card, your
mailing address (if different from the billing address) and the
email address we should use to send you the files.