aving completed our reader re-registration process, we are pleased to report that Forest Bioenergy Review has achieved further year-on-year growth in the number of individuals who have requested the magazine. We have also incorporated what our readers wish to see editorially and have built this into our 2018 schedule.
Our full issue PDF version that supports the printed issue has again been highly supported by the readers while they wait for the printed issue to arrive and when asked about the benefits of the PDF version, the key response was the ability to share their copy with other colleagues. When specifically asked about this aspect and with how many individuals they shared the PDF version, they responded with an average of three individuals, so if you were to reduce the average share down to just two individuals, the exposure and reach of Forest Bioenergy Review is
now in excess of 28,000 individuals worldwide. For 2018 and at the request of our readers, we will continue to produce the print magazine, but to support the need for news while it is still news we will no longer hold this for a newsletter. Instead, again listening to the readers, we will post time-sensitive items and important news not being used in the print issues straight to our open source website: www. forestbioenergyreview.com
This will ensure the maximum possible exposure for our contributors and advertisers alike.
Full-year marketing plans combining any aspect of magazine and website are now available, so please contact Forest Bioenergy Review’s Publisher to discuss promotional opportunities in 2018 as soon as possible.
Vince Maynard, Publisher firstname.lastname@example.org
EDITORIAL SCHEDULE ISSUE 37, SPRING 2018
Utilising the whole tree | Biofuels: state of the market Preview of PulPaper
ISSUE 38, SUMMER 2018
Pellet pressing and bagging equipment Vehicles for delivering pellets | Bioenergy at PulPaper Supplement: Ports and terminals
ISSUE 39, AUTUMN 2018
Co/tri-generation power plants Pipe systems for district heating Applications for drones in forestry
ISSUE 40, WINTER 2018
Waste wood logistics | Handling and storage systems Protective equipment for forest operations Supplement: Forest harvesting machinery
Each issue also features news, interviews, new products and a diary of events
Note: The Publisher reserves the right to change the subject matter or modify the running order of the features listed above to reflect technical and commercial developments in the forest bioenergy market.
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