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Startup Monthly Confirms January Distribution, Offers Kickstarter Opportunity and Ad Space to Investors

Sister Publication, The Social Media Monthly

In an economy weighted by online and digital media, The Startup Monthly is bringing print publications back with informative, accessible, and enjoyable articles, information, data, and insight to an underserved community.

Startup Monthly, a print magazine devoted to covering the startup and investor community, confirms January 2014 distribution and opens Kickstarter project to investors offering ad space in launch issue.

Sister publication of The Social Media Monthly, The Startup Monthly will focus on entrepreneurship, creativity, and discovery while delivering industry leading news, insight, and analytics to the startup and small business communities. Through http://bob.vg/smkick, investors can invest between $500 to $1,000 to the Kickstarter fund to receive their logo on the cover of the launch magazine and ad space in return.

“In an economy weighted by online and digital media, The Startup Monthly is bringing print publications back with informative, accessible, and enjoyable articles, information, data, and insight to an underserved community,” said Bob Fine, founder of The Startup Monthly and The Social Media Monthly. “With the help of our corporate sponsors, we hope to build a supportive community for startups around the nation, and eventually build an international network uniting investors and startups to spur economic and personal development.”

Contributing to The Startup Monthly development signifies helping small businesses thrive in a recovering economy and contributing to a community that is slowly reshaping the American economy. The Startup Monthly is dedicated to developing these founding principles and goals through its publication:

1.    Support the growth and careers of women entering the tech sector and encourage more women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2.    Contribute to the recovery and growth of the U.S. economy through promoting the startup sector and the job growth and creativity that it adds to society.
3.    Encourage the growth and development of the crowdfunding sector on its own and as it relates to the JOBS Act of 2012.
4.    Further expose readers to what is happening in the startup and investor communities around the world.

Kickstarter investors will be part of a startup showcase section in The Startup Monthly launch issue that will allow investors to present their company, large or small, to a dedicated community of business owners and fellow investors. With help from Kickstarter funds, The Startup Monthly magazine will go to press in December 2013, launching the magazine in January 2014. A minimum of 10,000 copies will be printed and at least 3,000 copies will be distributed at the New Media Expo in Las Vegas in early January 2014.

A complimentary PDF copy of The Social Media Monthly can be downloaded on the Kickstarter site to provide investors an example of what their Kickstarter funds will promote. Individuals can also signup and keep track of The Startup Monthly launch here.

To invest in this Kickstarter fund, please visit http://bob.vg/smkick.

About The Social Media Monthly

The Social Media Monthly is the first and only print magazine devoted exclusively to unlocking the truly explosive power of social media for its readers. The Social Media Monthly is on the frontlines showing innovators, thought leaders, and extraordinary everyday folks how to do something new, something different, and something more with social media.

This magazine explores the timely trending topics that really matter to readers, including penetrating interviews and stories with today’s who’s who in social media, the latest leading-edge platforms, new and original apps, important marketing strategies, and so much more of the juicy good stuff that savvy readers crave.

Founded in 2011 and published by Washington, D.C.-based technology group, The Cool Blue Company, The Social Media Monthly went from pie-in-the-sky idea to print in just 53 days. Three weeks later, the magazine secured national distribution with Barnes & Noble and can now be found in 20 countries around the world, Walmart Canada, and airports across the U.S.

Named “One of the Fifteen Hottest Magazine Launches of 2011” by MIN, The Social Media Monthly is the preferred choice of forward-thinking start-ups, entrepreneurs, marketers, analysts, strategists, teachers, and students – people who want to be the first to get their hands on the latest and greatest next best thing social media has to offer.

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