WHY IMPROVE?

Improve Magazine targets homeowners across the UK. We promote companies who sell windows, doors, conservatories, garden rooms and interior renovations to homeowners and we do this via our lifestyle magazine through email and social media.

With a Facebook reach of over 350,000 homeowners, and a subscription list of 16,500 consumers, with interests in homes, DIY and gardening, Improve is the perfect platform to advertise your products and services. Our targeted email database contain subscribers who are ABC 1 homeowners, to get your products in front of potential customers.

What’s more, we do all of the work for you, from ad concept to design, Facebook ads and social media posts.

PUBLISHER’S  STATEMENT

“As consumer research trends suggest, homeowners will continue to spend their cash on extra living spaces, gardens, home offices and home improvements.

“Now is the time to get your company and products in front of the consumer/homeowner. You don’t need to have the facility of selling direct to consumers, leads can be passed onto installer networks, and probably the most important thing is to ensure your brand is seen and your products are specified.

“Improve Magazine is aimed to educate the end-user about all things windows, doors, conservatories and interior renovations, whilst generating results for our advertisers. An important part of our aim is to quell the negative image of the window industry, by highlighting to the consumer, the high level of professionalism within it.

“The way people access information has changed drastically over recent years and companies often struggle to keep up with ever-changing formats and social media advertising. Improve was born from the idea of bringing consumers and suppliers together, in a simple format that everyone can interactive with. Readers will be inspired by the latest projects and case studies, guided by industry experts who can help turn their dreams into reality. Improve Magazine will reach the ever elusive consumer within the comfort of their own homes, using familiar social media platforms and using their own Google searches to provide relevant content whilst in a ‘buying mode’.”

Christina Shaw

Publisher

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