Best Health is a new magazine from renowned publisher Reader’s Digest that brings an inspiring voice to today’s contemporary Canadian woman. Best Health is the magazine Canadian women have been asking for. It’s filled with the best information on feeling beautiful, being healthier, eating well and embracing life, and stands apart with inspiring and approachable healthy lifestyle information on all aspects of her life. It’s like a day at the spa, not a trip to the clinic.
Published seven times a year with a current paid circulation of 100,000, a notable feature of the magazine is its distinctive editorial pillars: Look Great, Get Healthy, Eat Well and Embrace Life. Using the same powerful, uncompromising principles that have made Reader’s Digest editorial the most trusted and most read magazine in Canada, Best Health gives readers access to a world of credible, cutting-edge, no-nonsense information delivered in a warm, witty and upbeat tone of a caring, well-informed friend. Presented with a clean, fresh, savvy design, Best Health is designed for today’s savvy Canadian woman.
Best Health is supported by its online counterpart, www.besthealthmag.ca, a dynamic, easy-to-navigate website featuring highlights from the magazine as well as unique web-only articles, tools, recipes and contests. In addition, engaging forums connect like-minded women across the country, while the Best Health blog offers a daily dose of health news and Canadian-specific updates.
Reader’s Digest Canada
Global publisher Reader’s Digest Canada is also one of this country’s leading direct-marketing companies. For more than 60 years, Reader’s Digest has been a dynamic force in the Canadian marketplace, thanks as much to the enduring popularity of its pocket-size magazine as to the diversity, originality and quality of the products it offers.
The company’s direct marketing makes it a leader in sales of books, CDs and DVDs. These strengths have allowed it to establish an enviable relationship with a phenomenal number of customers and to generate an impressive range of content.
Reader’s Digest Canada is expanding its development of multimedia content, which will encourage even wider public access to a growing number of audio and video collections. As it strengthens its multimedia capacity, the company is reinforcing its position and enhancing its visibility not only across this country, but around the world as well.
Reader’s Digest Magazines (Canada) Ltd.
The numbers speak for themselves: With a combined paid circulation of 1.2 million copies and an average readership of 8.1 million, Reader’s Digest and Sélection du Reader’s Digest are Canada’s most read monthlies.
At home and around the world
Reader’s Digest is truly a global enterprise. Fifty local-country editions of its flagship magazine and its multiple websites reach more than 100 million people around the world. This international positioning offers significant advantages. Besides being the world’s pre-eminent publisher of condensed books, the company is a major content provider with its 20,000 plus soundtracks and thousands of exclusive video products.
A trusted company moves forward
Historically innovative, Reader’s Digest was the first publishing concern to use direct marketing. Today, while it serves its traditional markets, it continues its long-term growth, capitalizing on the value of its trusted name, the quality of its data base, the trustworthiness of its content sources and its direct-marketing expertise, as well as perfecting its methods of disseminating multimedia content.
Partner in education
Reader’s Digest has always been mindful of its social responsibilities. Since 1976, the Reader’s Digest Foundation of Canada has donated $2.5 million to journalism schools, academic institutions and non-profit organizations.
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