Reader’s Digest has been a household name for decades and has entertained, informed, and inspired readers of all lifestyles across several generations. With its incredible reach and outstanding reputation, it’s an ideal publication for a print ad campaign.
Promote your book on the pages of this popular magazine and get your book seen by a wide, captive audience of appreciative readers.
This service includes:
- Single Slot Ad in the magazine (one out of six slots). Your magazine ad will feature your book cover, book details, and a short description. This will be included in half of Reader’s Digest’s circulation—around 1.5 million copies.**
- Press Release - Essential Edition. You’re going to have a press release that will be sent to 500 targeted media outlets. You also have the option to decide on the date of send out.
- 1 Free copy of the Reader's Digest US issue in which your book listing appears.
More About Reader’s Digest
Founded in 1922, Reader's Digest is the bestselling consumer magazine in the United States. Reader's Digest is a worldwide media and direct marketing company of magazines, books, recorded music, and home video packages. These are sold through a variety of distribution channels, including direct mail, display marketing, direct response television, catalogs, retail, and the Internet. The magazine is published 10 times a year. With 18.3 million readers and 8.5 million unique website visitors, it markets its many products using an extensive consumer database that is considered to be one of the largest in the world.*
What You Need to Know
A half circulation denotes 1.5 million copies printed in the US circulation of the general Reader’s Digest magazine. That translates to your ad appearing in every other copy of the US issue of the magazine for that specific month.
If you wish to have a bigger ad space for your book, a double-slot ad is also available. Call your marketing consultant today for more details.
*As of 2019
**The Full Circulation means 3 million printed in US circulation of the General Reader’s Digest magazine
Note: Ads are subject to the publication’s own content and image guidelines.