Wondering How to Grab your Busy, Multi-tasking Customers’ Attention

Make sure you have your customers’ attention all year long.

Consider this survey by multi-media corporation Time Inc.* It asked participants,

“Which medium is most likely to receive your primary attention?”

Here’s the response:

* Magazine Experience Study, Sanoma Uitgevers, Time Inc, 2014

Here in Headwaters, you can be sure readers will be curling up with In The Hills – staying connected to the local community and dreaming about their home-improvement plans for the coming year.

Our large and loyal readership is the reason In The Hills attracts more advertisers than any other local magazine, making it the number one source for people looking for local services. Make sure you have your customers’ attention, be part of In The Hills.

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