Interactivity Sends Subscriptions Sky-Rocketing

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Projects@Work® magazine (http://www.projectsatwork.com) today announced the publication now has over 100,000 subscribers, making it one of the largest Project Management focused publications on the web. The company credits its success to both contributions from the industry's best known experts and the frequent addition of interactive services since its move from print. Subscriptions rapidly accelerated during 2008, a down period for many publications.

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Projects@Work® magazine (http://www.projectsatwork.com) today announced the publication now has over 100,000 subscribers, making it one of the largest Project Management focused publications on the web. The company credits its success to both contributions from the industry's best known experts and the frequent addition of interactive services since its move from print. Subscriptions rapidly accelerated during 2008, a down period for many publications.

Prior to its online transformation, the print version of Projects@Work was sent monthly to 35,000 project management professionals. Over the past three years, additional services such as industry webinars, educational podcasts, advanced decision-making tools and trend-tracking polls have brought new subscribers to the publication in droves. All of Projects@Work's content and services are available free of charge.

"The care we take in selecting authors makes a HUGE difference in the quality of our content." said Senior Editor Aaron Smith, "I think our subscribers recognize and appreciate that." Industry luminaries worldwide both subscribe and contribute to the site. "It's hard to find project management articles of this quality anywhere else," said Dave Prior, Chairman of the Project Management Institute's IT & Telecom SIG. "When I want new ideas, this is one of the first places I look."    

The publication will soon announce a timely event series that will mark the next chapter in its aggressive evolution.

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ProjectsAtWork.com features project case studies, interviews and interactive discussions, new tools and book reviews, expert columns and much more -- it is editorial that addresses the challenges and issues that project managers, teams and senior executives face every day. In doing so, ProjectsAtWork.com is an ever-evolving and expanding source of real-world experiences and ideas shared by all segments of the project community and across industries.

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