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This is a publication very much geared toward the professional builders in terms of content. One example - "pros and cons of alternative spray in foam insulation products". Not to say that it won't have appeal to others, but it's heavy on the construction technique and design articles.

Very well written and well illustrated magazine, one of my favorites, and I'm not a "pro", just a weekend warrior who probably missed the mark career-wise.
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Magazines are now getting the majority of their money from ads withing the magazine itself. So, by making their product cheaper they get it into more people's hands which makes the ad space more valuable.

With the Internet people are too used to paying nothing or very little for content. So companies are trying to figure out other ways to stay profitable.
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Thank you but I'll take 2 years @ $19.98 ...because yes, it's just that good.
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Does discountmags send junk mail or otherwise spam their customers?
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They have a podcast too.
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Sweet! I was just thinking about subscribing to this
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I saw the oct version online. Is that an abbreviated version of the print version you get in the mail?
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i got 2 years
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What's with all the magazine "deals"? Suspicious.
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What's with all the magazine "deals"? Suspicious.
SlickDeals allows shills to post them. They get a percentage of the sales. Any wonder why they're on here every single day and usually posted by the same 3 screen names?
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What's with all the magazine "deals"? Suspicious.
Magazines are now getting the majority of their money from ads withing the magazine itself. So, by making their product cheaper they get it into more people's hands which makes the ad space more valuable.

With the Internet people are too used to paying nothing or very little for content. So companies are trying to figure out other ways to stay profitable.
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Magazines are now getting the majority of their money from ads withing the magazine itself. So, by making their product cheaper they get it into more people's hands which makes the ad space more valuable.

With the Internet people are too used to paying nothing or very little for content. So companies are trying to figure out other ways to stay profitable.
Yeah agreed. Though I was mainly commenting on how these don't seem very slick.
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screw it......in for 2 years.
looking to purchase a house next year.
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What's with all the magazine "deals"? Suspicious.
Well there is something called the internet now and they keep telling us we don't need the book encyclopedias anymore or trip to the libraries. If i where you i would not trust these people. They keep saying magazines are obsolete as well. Can you believe that?
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Can a current or former subscriber please comment on the value of this magazine? Likes? Dislikes?
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