API circulation numbers continue to climb

API circulation numbers continue to climb

Posted on Friday, February 14 2014 at 3:56 PM

Australian Property Investor magazine has had one of the highest jumps in circulation in the latest independent audit report, released today.

The Audit Bureau
of Circulation figures to December 2013 show API’s circulation increased by
11.5 per cent year-on-year. This means API had the third highest increase in circulation
numbers out of any monthly magazine, only behind Family Circle and Women’s Fitness,
and outstripped other business titles by a healthy margin.

API editor Eynas
Brodie says the magazine’s commitment to readers and non-biased reporting on
property is why more investors rely on API each month.

“This is
fantastic news and a credit to the hardworking API team, which is passionate
about delivering accurate property reports and inspiring stories,” Brodie says.

“Our magazine has
helped many homeowners make their move on the property ladder and assisted
thousands of investors to work towards their goal of financial freedom.”

API was just one
of a few publications to show growth.

According to the
audit, API’s circulation rose from 23,845 to 26,582, with new data out from Roy
Morgan revealing its readership was 109,000-strong over the 2013 calendar year.

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