JAN/FEB 12 issue

IN ORDER TO SERVE OUR READERS BETTER, the editorial team at ADUNAGOW Magazine gets together at the beginning of each year to reflect on what worked and what flunked. Out of that meeting comes out improvement plan that gets implemented for the New Year. We believe in change and progress. That is why we’re launching a new motto for the Magazine: AFRICA.PEOPLE.CULTURE.
Throughout 2012, we are going to launch much better products and services. Starting with the re-design of our web site, we will focus on posting more frequently (at least weekly) and featuring articles that are current and more thought-provocative.
Our subscription service will split into two types: E-Mag Edition and Premium Edition. The E-Mag Edition is our electronic version subscription that will cost our reader $12 a year for 6 PDF issues delivered via e-mail or downloaded from our web site directly.
The Premium subscription will cost $60 a year, delivering both the E-mag version (PDF) and our beautiful hard copy printed magazine. Both subscription types come with free web access to our online contents.
We’re planning on increasing our subscription membership by 20% with the new subscription service.
As far as the magazine layout itself, we’ve taken our readers’ feedback and decided to streamline our editorial content focusing on Africa, people, and Culture.
There will be more diversity on the editorial contents and more exciting interviews. New sections will be available and we’re hoping that you the reader will provide us more feedback on what is working and what is not.

We’re so excited to bring you this first issue of 2012 portraying the beautiful Miss West Africa International beauty Pageant winner Vanny Reis. Don’t miss out her exclusive interview with ADUNAGOW Magazine starting on page 34.
Last, but not least, we have added a Help Desk Support system for our readers’ questions and concerns. The Help Desk system is available 24 hours online at . The ticket system allows users to actually track the status of their issues until they are resolved and closed.
We hope you enjoy all the new look, new design, and fresh articles in our editorial. Don’t forget to share us with your friends and family. Our Facebook page is
Thank you for your continuous support and patronage to ADUNAGOW Magazine. Without you, what we do would not be possible.

Thank you,

Eric Adunagow
Executive Editor


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