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NetGuide The Winner In Internet Magazine Ratings

NZ NetGuide is the winner in the latest AC Neilsen research figures on magazine readership confirming the leading Net title continues to be one of the country’s fastest growing magazines. For the second year running, NetGuide's readership growth has exceeded 40% bucking a trend which has seen many magazine titles drop.

NetGuide's publisher Phil Ryan says that with a monthly readership of 121,000 NetGuide is "easily the most trusted source of Internet information in New Zealand."

He said the magazine's latest sales continued to break records. The magazine's combined December / January issue broke all previous shop sales records - up 23% on the previous record and 47% up on last years Christmas issue which was itself at the time a record.

General Manager of magazine distributor Gordon & Gotch, Sarah Sandley said she would be surprised if there was any other local magazine growing at a similar rate and described NetGuide's success as "astonishing".

Mr Ryan said his New Zealand-owned company was thrilled at the amazing results which meant four years of hard work were paying off. "We will be working hard this year to build on our very loyal readership base and continue to enjoy the strong support from both readers and advertisers."

"The magazine has become the trusted source for consumers wanting to know anything about the Net, and advertisers are becoming increasingly aware that getting to the excellent Internet demographic is a sure bet by using NetGuide".

For further information contact:
Phil Ryan
09 488 8080

Sarah Sandley
09 625 3000

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