Third issue of Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine is Live Online
The newest installment of the 100% digital ‘zine offers a guide to cold weather SPF application, and more.
JUPITER, FL - January 31, 2011 - The third installment of Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine hit Web browsers last week, offering more of the best in industry news in an accessible, digital format. Fitting the season, the issue’s theme revolves around cold weather SPF usage. Features in the issue include:
- Ice dams: spray foam to the rescue
- Cold weather SPF application tips
- SPFA 2012 exhibition guide
- The evolution of spray foam equipment
- New ACC/CPI safety video
The magazine also includes regular news departments: equipment, industry events, sales & marketing, and a calendar.
The magazine’s readership has been growing steadily since its September 2011 launch and has now reached 7,263 global readers as of January 25, 2012.
The diversity of the audience Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine has attained is similarly impressive, with readers in 82 countries worldwide. In the US alone, the magazine has spread to 218 metro areas. Within the context of just three published issues, the widespread geographic adoption detailed by these numbers is greatly facilitated by the magazine’s 100% digital publication.
On the mobile side of the equation, Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine’s presence on smart phones and tablets is also expanding considerably. Combining both Apple and Android App Markets, mobile circulation of the publication has now spread to 1170 readers, who now comprise more than 16% of the total readership. This percentage is slated to increase even more with the upcoming release of Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine’s Kindle Fire App.
Spray Foam Insulation & Roofing Magazine is targeted to a global audience of building construction professionals and energy-conscious readers. It is distributed bi-monthly to applicators, manufacturers, distributors, specifiers, general contractors, architects, engineers, and managers in both the public and private sectors.