KINGSTON, N.Y., Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The magazine business is dead or dying, long live the magazine!
The reasons for the long circulation slump are well known: easy access to free and instant information over the Internet, income strapped consumers … and the general trend away from reading have all heavily impacted the entire publishing industry.
So why does The Trends Journal grow while its news-oriented competitors die? It's tomorrow's news today! Time magazine is behind the times; Newsweek's news is last week's news; only The Trends Journal brings you "History before it Happens." For a press copy contact: [email protected]
People want to know what lies ahead and how to prepare for the future. Only The Trends Journal fills that urgent need. The recently released summer Trends Journal focuses on several world-shaping themes:
- "The First Great War of the 21st Century."
- Global Depression, unless drastic measures (as yet un-proposed) are taken.
- An alternative energy breakthrough that could change the course of the future.
- Presidential Reality Show: Last October we predicted who would win the White House, and in this issue we forecast what that win will mean.
There is no quarterly, weekly or daily publication that combines the immediacy of journalism, the scope of scholarship and the depth of philosophy that we provide in The Trends Journal. (Click here for our track record)
If your audience wants to know what's going to happen next and how to prepare for it, you'll want to schedule an interview with "The Trendmeister" himself, Gerald Celente.
SOURCE The Trends Journal