Pulse magazine goes green
8th February 2010
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Pulse Magazine, a quarterly publication that focuses on arts, culture and the local community in Dorset has gone green for 2010.

The magazine, which has around 60,000 readers, is now in its second year of circulation and the next edition, due for release in March 2010, will be published in a slightly smaller format on 100% recycled material. 

Pulse contains an eclectic mix of theatre, comedy, art, dance, film and music news. It showcases local talent and events and has a strong community focus. The publication is written, designed and produced by a team of professionals, all of whom live in West Dorset and are passionate about their local area.

Paul Oughton of Influx Marketing is heavily involved with the production of the magazine. He says, “Pulse has gone from strength to strength in the first year of circulation and we now distribute around 10,000 copies of each edition. It made good sense to start using recycled paper and we hope other magazines in the region will follow suit. We also offer a great leaflet distribution now for advertisers looking to promote their businesses in the outlets that display the magazine”.

These new services are all part of the company’s expansion plan as it grows further and wider into the county.


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