"We were hoping for 10k pageviews on the first issue, but we had more than 40k," says Hemsworth." So it’s full steam ahead, and we’re excited to have the next issue out already," continued Hemsworth. “We feel that we now have some traction with the magazine and our readers.”
The second issue features an assortment of feature articles by business professionals. Sheryl Mazirow, president and founder of Mazirow Commercial provided an article called “How To Save On Your Next Office Lease.” Davis Blaine, chairman of The Mentor Group and one of California’s leading experts on business valuations authored a feature called “Creating Maximum Business Value.” Bob Green, a CPA, IT expert and partner at the accounting firm of SingerLewak contributed the feature “Cloud Computing.” Cindy Rakowitz, co-founder of Blackman Rakowitz Public Relations and co-author of the new book Emergency Public Relations: Crisis Management In A 3.0 World, contributed the article “Crisis Management in a Rapid-Fire Communication World.” Sandy Allan, president & CEO of Technology and Operational Solutions, Inc., wrote a feature entitled “Is Outsourcing An Option For Your Business?” Finally, Brian Hemsworth, executive marketing coach and president of Newman Grace Inc., penned the feature “Business Development for Young Professionals.”
Southern California Professional Magazine is published in a new Dual Digital Platform™. It is available free of charge online in both HTML and flash versions. “Over the past few years, we have learned that some online readers prefer the static HTML version, while others like the flash version where you can actually flip pages like a print magazine,” said Hemsworth.
Southern California Professional Magazine is published quarterly, and can be in HTML at www.socalprofessional.com or in flash by visiting http://issuu.com/
For more information, contact Brian Hemsworth at 818/713-1678, or email him at