Oops...I misread the list at the left....so this post isn`t right.
However, perhaps move the categories up to an even higher, global level?
<<---del.....Here`s another thought. Right now, your left-side menu offers magazines
in alphabetic order. Who would know those names, without already
probably being subscription holders?
What if you were to have global catagories of types of magazines there,
then an alphabet pick-link-list, where people could see what`s
So for example, I`m interested in computers. I may or may not know that
PC Magazine is available. If I don`t...I have no place to go with your
main page. But if I find a menu, "Computers & Technology", I might
then find something I like. Right?
If you can limit the global categories to something perhaps like a
standard library system, I think you would have a manageable set of
options over there on the left.
The other thing that I find missing from places selling magazines, is a
summary of that magazine, it`s purpose, mission statement, and general
coverage concept. You could certainly differentiate from PCH by having
a paragraph that explains the purpose and value of each type of
I went to "Children`s Interest," and saw "Ask" magazine. I clicked on
it, assuming it was a thumbnail, and it isn`t. So there`s nothing at
all telling me what "Ask" magazine is about, why I would want it, or
Think of Amazon, where you can view some of the inside of the book. At
least a representative table of contents. Is that a lot of work?
Yup...most assuredly! But this was your chosen field of business,
right? So you`ll have to do something to differentiate from all the
other magazine sales places.