Discounted advertising promotion for lifestyle magazine supporting better mental wellbeing
Better Mental Health Magazine (BMH Mag) is offering advertisers the opportunity to receive a 40% discount off standard advertising rates.
Luke Myers, the magazine’s editor, says that "Better Mental Health Magazine provides advertisers a unique and targeted platform for reaching anyone with a personal or professional interest in mental health and wellbeing. It also demonstrates an organization’
To promote the launch, Better Mental Health Magazine is running an advertising promotion, offering a 40% discount for standard advertising rates to selected advertisers. Ten advertisers who describe how their products or services have particular relevance to the magazine’s readers will be selected for the reduced rate.
Mental health is not just about diagnosed disorders. Wellbeing and resilience are important topics for improving a person’s quality of life. Wellbeing increases a person’s resilience, or their ability to deal with unexpected events that can happen to anyone, anytime. Loss of a loved one or job, work or study stress, relationships, physical illness, caring for someone, and any other normal life situation has an impact on ordinary people. Better Mental Health magazine promotes awareness, lifestyle, nutrition and recovery as important factors for improving wellbeing and staying mentally healthy.
Approximately 1 in 4 people live with one or more mental health conditions every day. At some point in their life, approximately 50% of people will visit their doctor about a mental health related issue. Their mental wellbeing also affects family, friends, colleagues, health care workers, and the many other people involved in their daily lives. Directly or indirectly, mental health affects everyone.
Despite its size, relevance and value, the mental health and wellbeing consumer market segment remains largely under-serviced. BMH Magazine is the only international and independent consumer publication aimed directly at the mental health and wellbeing aware consumer. This makes it an ideal platform for any mental health or wellness related product, service or message.
Luke Myers adds, “Advertising with BMH Mag enables direct engagement with the wellness aware consumers, practitioners and students. Many consumers are unaware of the products, services and organizations that can help improve their wellbeing. We are running this promotion to better connect consumers with the products and services that will benefit them or the people they care about.”
The promotion runs through July. The submission form and advertising guidelines are available on the magazine’s website at http://bmhmag.com/
Page Updated Last on: Jul 15, 2014