09-01-2014, 09:00 AM #1
The Watercraft Journal By The Numbers: August 2014
Everybody is saying that today marks the end of summer, and therefore the end of prime riding season. Sure, some of the signs are there, but from what we can see from looking around on social media, nothing could be further from the truth. Sure, the Pro Watercross Tour has come to a dramatic conclusion, but the World Finals is still ahead of us, the much-anticipated Blowsion Surf Slam is a week away, and we’ll be bringing you the best coverage from Australia’s QPWC series. And that’s just the pros!
Normal, everyday enthusiasts are taking to the water every chance they can get as well. Personally, we think it’s from being cooped up over an extended winter that has so many refusing to give in. Thankfully, the weather is still holding strong (besides from some ill-timed showers) allowing for plenty of fun on the water. And with a new crop of exciting watercraft coming out of Yamaha’s Kennesaw, Georgia headquarters and more of the same from Sea-Doo and Kawasaki, people are strongly considering trading up for the new year.
All of this has spelled some serious readership for The Watercraft Journal. As it has been all year long, August proved our most popular month, welcoming considerably more first-time readers than in previous months, dramatically increasing our Australian and New Zealander readership, in addition to many more domestic regulars. This has allotted us the very humbling position of reaching over 85,000 individual “unique” readers since our November 2013 launch, which positions us to surpass 100,000 readers in our first year – a number that dwarfs other PWC magazines and rivals that of forums.
Over 16,000 readers a month is a lot of eyeballs. And wouldn’t you want those people reading about your company and products? Sure you do, and The Watercraft Journal is here to help you do that. After all, its our job to let the world know about the companies that make the PWC industry! Read the report below and see if The Watercraft Journal isn’t right for you and your brand. We look forward to rolling up our sleeves and earning your business.
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09-02-2014, 10:35 AM #2
I'm glad it's going well. Here's to it even going better!
09-02-2014, 09:15 PM #3
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