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Woman’s Day Posts Highest Circulation Since 2000

21 August 2006

Woman’s Day Posts Highest Circulation Since 2000

Woman’s Day continues to dominate the weekly women’s magazine category with a further increase in circulation to 152,609 in the NZ Audit Bureau of Circulation Results released today.

Sales of Woman’s Day increased 1% year on year in the period January to June, and achieved their highest level since 2000. Woman’s Day continues to assert its dominance as New Zealand’s top-selling women’s magazine. Each week it sells in excess of 53,000 copies more than its nearest weekly rival. “

Woman’s Day’s circulation has continued to increase since its $2 million relaunch in 2004,” said ACP Magazines’ Group Publisher, Debra Millar.

“This latest circulation increase confirms Woman’s Day is continuing to grow in popularity. “We have worked hard to evolve the Woman’s Day editorial offering and to deliver the best celebrity stories every week. The weekly market is hotly contested and I am thrilled that Woman’s Day just keeps getting hotter in the eyes of readers.”

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