Your Teen Magazine Unveils New Design for Website About Parenting Teenagers

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New design of Your Teen Magazine for Parents features a wide range of tips and expert advice about raising teens, including content ranging from drugs and alcohol addiction to teen sex, dating and cyberbullying.

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Parents, teens and professionals will enjoy the new design that reflects the feedback ... from loyal readers

Your Teen Magazine for Parents has launched a redesign of its website that helps visitors navigate hundreds of articles, blog posts and other content organized in over 50 categories that reflect everything from teen driving and teenage drinking to planning for college and bullying.

View the website here:
http://www.yourteenmag.com

Highlights of the website:

  •     Showcases content choice quicker than ever before
  •     Uses the latest visual technology to make website navigation much easier
  •     Provides instant access to the latest articles via the Your Magazine for Parents e-mail newsletter
  •     Includes exclusive information that's not available in the quarterly print edition
  •     Features dozens of new categories that match a wide array of interests, including family relationships, gay teenagers, celebrity interviews, teen sex, expert advice, survival guides for parents, teen texting and more

"Parents, teens and professionals will enjoy the new design that reflects the feedback we've received from loyal readers,” Editor in Chief/Publisher Susan Borison says. “Sign up for the weekly newsletter and receive every new post directly at your email inbox."

The updated online version of the magazine continues to direct visitors to popular areas like social media profiles (including Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest), podcasts, videos and events.

About Your Teen Magazine for Parents
Your Teen addresses the challenges inherent in raising teens and helps parents to continue the journey toward the goal of successful parenting. In the magazine format, parents can pose questions, offer personal tactics and hear the different perspectives of professionals, other parents, and teenagers on relevant topics. Your Teen hopes to ease the worry.

Your Teen is available in Barnes & Noble.

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