Đề Xuất 1/2023 # #Review Of Strong Words Magazine Issue 11 June 2022 @Strongwordsmag # Top 6 Like | Beiqthatgioi.com

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I was kindly sent a free copy of the Strong Words magazine by Kate from, well Strong Words in hopes that I could be tempted into a subscription not to review, this review is me sharing my thoughts and if you think it’s your thing great, it’s definitely my type of magazine!

I also enjoyed the Q&A given by Polly Clark about the research that she threw herself in to in order to give a more authentic feel to her newest novel Tiger – she talks about her travels to track Siberian Tigers and learnt about their mannerisms. A great and information filled read. This article, as well as the others are really well written and articulated, there is quite literally something for everyone – even a crossword and poem on the back, the writers, editors and publicists have done a great job.

My verdict? Yes, I am a complete convert, I shall be subscribing for this fantastic concept of a magazine in time for this months issue! If you don’t feel like subscribing long term, you can buy a copy as and when you choose either online or from any good newsstand. The next issue will be available for your viewing pleasure on the 31st of July.

Are you already a subscriber?  Have you read Strong Words magazine? What did you think? Let me know!

*I was sent a free copy of Strong Words magazine to read and consider starting a subscription, not review – I decided to review because more people should be reading it! Thanks again Strong Words Magazine for my copy.

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Former Fhm Editor Launches New Book Magazine Strong Words

Magazine veteran Ed Needham decided to launch Strong Words after Dennis Publishing closed the print edition of Coach magazine, the health and fitness title he had founded and edited from 2015 to 2016.

His new title contains book reviews, news and interviews with authors, cover designers and independent publishers.

An avid reader, Needham said books hadn’t been getting the “representation in the media that they deserve”, adding: “They play a really important part in people’s lives and they should get as much attention as, say, films or TV but they just don’t.

“I wanted to produce something that enabled people to know a bit more about what’s out there, because at the moment a lot of people still rely on just wandering into a bookshop and hoping they’ll find something interesting – and sometimes they do, but quite often they don’t.”

Discussing the current provision for book lovers in UK newspapers and magazines, Needham added: “I think if you are of an intellectual or an academic bent then your needs are amply met, but most people aren’t doing a masters degree in medieval literature.

“Most people buy books for fun and there is this tendency among a lot of book reviewers to treat books as homework slightly, almost a pseudo-academic venture, and so books tend to be reviewed in a slightly solemn, serious, chin-stroking way.

“Whereas I don’t think most people read books like that. They read books for pleasure.”

The former Rolling Stone managing editor said his main competition for readers, “like with all magazines”, is time. “There just aren’t the gaps in people’s habits anymore that used to be there that allowed magazines to exist,” he said.

He told Press Gazette he wanted to keep staff costs as low as he could, adding: “I wanted to see if it’s possible to produce something of high quality at low cost.”

Needham believes there are “significant numbers” of people willing to pick up a magazine if it is dedicated to a niche subject they care about.

And something he considered as part of his business plan was his view that “if anyone’s going to want ink on paper, it’s book buyers”.

Strong Words has just marked its first anniversary and ninth issue – although it has already evolved from a tabloid newspaper format to an A4 magazine because, he said, “newsagents didn’t know what to do with it”.

The magazine is stocked in WH Smiths travel outlets, Selfridges and independent newsagents, priced at £6.95 on the newsstand or £6 with a six-issue rolling subscription model.

Said Needham: “The old model of magazine buyers going into a newsagent and picking up a magazine with their crisps and their 20 Embassy [cigarettes] and some biscuits is gone. That’s broken.

“Whereas people are quite happy to subscribe to something, whether that’s a digital service or a physical product, and they expect to have it brought to their house. People don’t think twice about subscribing to things, it’s very normal.”

Needham also made the decision not to give his content away for free online, saying: “If people want to meander around on the internet there is already plenty of content of variable standards, shall we say, [which is] not particularly focused.

“A lot of it doesn’t have a point of view, or tone of voice, or the things that make reviews interesting. I think if people want that they can already get it, whereas what Strong Words aims to provide is something of much more use.

“Magazines have to be useful, and they have to be helpful, and they have to be entertaining and interesting, whereas that process can be a bit too hit-and-miss online.”

Needham’s view is at odds with another former lad’s mag editor, James Brown, who has just taken the helm at football magazine Four Four Two.

Loaded founder Brown told Press Gazette last month: “I think there was a tendency, quite an old fashioned tendency, that [Four Four Two staff] were focusing their efforts on print, but actually the growth for this title will be online.”

Needham edited men’s magazine FHM in the mid-1990s as it grew to its peak, later moving to New York to launch its US edition before joining Rolling Stone.

Reflecting on his “extraordinary” time at FHM, Needham said: “It just felt as though everything we did turned to gold.

“At that time the magazine industry generally was very robust, there was a lot of investment, and with men’s magazines specifically they were just growing at an extraordinary pace with every issue that went on sale… it was a very delirious experience, but at the same time it brought its own pressures.

“With that kind of success there were more pages, it was more frantic, the demands to keep growing were greater, so it was quite an intense period as well.”

Asked what lessons from his career had helped him on his mission to launch his own magazine, Needham said his respect for the sales and marketing side of magazines has changed from his previous “dismissive” view.

“My opinion has swung through 180 degrees and I realise that the arts of sales and marketing are much more subtle and deserving of applause than I realised.”

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When people did this during a high-intensity cycling class, they were able to push harder for longer (up to 18 percent more), according to a study from Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. “Motivational self-talk, opposed to any kind of self-talk, works well for endurance performance because it reduces perception of effort, most likely through an increase in self-efficacy,” says Samuele Marcora, Ph.D., lead study author and professor of sport and exercise sciences at the University of Kent, Medway, in the United Kingdom. He adds that the rate of perceived exertion (RPE) in study subjects was reduced by 12 percent, enough to significantly increase performance.

Push Yourself Higher

Yet don’t think motivational self-talk is for endurance workouts alone. It also can be used to increase workload during high-intensity interval training.

It can even benefit you during competition, says Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Physical Education & Sport Sciences at the University of Thessaly in Greece. For instance, his research has revealed that an eight-week self-talk training program and the use of self-talk in competition improved swimming times in young swimmers.

Want to reap the rewards of motivational self-talk? Follow these steps:

1) Identify your goals. This may seem obvious, but motivational self-talk won’t work unless you know what you want to achieve, Hatzigeorgiadis says.

2) Personalize your phrases. With your goal in hand, create a list of phrases that are meaningful and appealing to you. Keep them short, positive and motivational in nature, Marcora says. For instance, “drive forward” and “you’re doing well” worked well for participants in his study. Other research, by the way, has found that addressing yourself as “you” versus “I” is more effective.

3) Say it or think it. Whether you say these phrases out loud or think them isn’t important. The one caveat, though? “If you’re doing intense exercise, saying them out loud might be difficult and disturb your breathing,” Marcora says.

4) Time your talk right. It’s not just about what you say but when you say these phrases that matters. In Marcora’s study, participants used phrases that gave them confidence they could keep going longer during the middle part of the test effort. Phrases like “hang in there” and “feeling good” worked well. Yet as they approached the end when they were pushing at maximal effort, they used statements like “keep pushing” to help mobilize their effort.

5) Practice it. If you want motivational self-talk to help you during an actual competition, it has to be part of your training regimen. So sprinkle phrases that work well for you into your training sessions and use them consistently, Hatzigeorgiadis says.

20 Premium Magazine Templates For Professionals

Last Updated on July 13, 2020

As you’re waiting at your doctor’s office, inside the plane as you travel from one place to another, at a random office lobby as you await your appointment – something has, at one point, caught your eye about one magazine on a rack or on the table, causing you to grab it and flip through it.

Such is the amount of pressure that comes with publishing a magazine. It’s not just about how insightful and relevant its contents are. It’s also about how this content is presented in a way that catches people’s eyes and makes them grab a copy no matter where they are.

Creating Good Magazine Design

What makes a magazine like appealing enough to be read

There are a lot of factors that should be considered in creating a magazine layout. All your amazing content could go to waste if your magazine has poor layout and is not presented the right way.

The cover should have it all.

Your magazine cover serves as the preview of every single treat and goodie that you have prepared for your audiences inside those pages. So remember that no matter how awesome those treats and goodies are, they would never be discovered if you don’t take the sneak peek seriously.

The cover should be catchy enough to grab your specific audience’s attention – not too full, but never lacking in content either.

The language should be appropriate.

Your magazine will never do well if you use trendy and hip expressions that are not even in the dictionary yet in creating a business or a housekeeping magazine (unless it’s a feature article geared towards helping businessmen and mothers understand how teenagers talk).

Neither can you expect teenyboppers to grab a magazine that uses a serious business approach.

Figure out who your target audience is first, then use the language that they can relate with the most. Also, remember that this does not just apply to the content within the magazine – this goes for the cover as well.

The headlines and subheadings should pop.

This is how people browse magazines. They look at the cover. Once they find an interesting headline, they browse the pages inside. They scan the titles and the subheadings. Once these pass their inspection, that’s the only time they would read everything else.

Because of this, it cannot be emphasized enough – titles, headlines, and subheadings should pop out the moment anyone lays their eyes on them.

The layout should be catchy but organized.

Magazine readers scan and browse first before they read. This means that your layout plays a huge role on how successful your magazine would be.

Too crowded and they get tired of it, too much space and they’ll think there’s nothing to see.

To help you find inspiration for your magazine layout, here are a few templates you can use:

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