Blogs and Magazines: A Match Made in Heaven

By April 23, 2018Editorial

Creators of all kinds are always looking for new ways to share their content across platforms, from news feeds to newsstands. When it comes to consuming in 2018, bloggers especially are starting to discover what’s been missing in their content strategies: long-form, meaningful content. That’s why more and more of them are turning to publishing magazines hand-in-hand with their blogs, aligning their brand and style and spreading their content to a wider audience. Here are a handful of bloggers who have made magazines an essential part of their media creation.

Sweet Paul

Sweet Paul #32 – Spring 2018

Fall in love with Sweet Paul Spring 2018! Spring features include: Strawberries Are My Jam | Happy Spring! | Nesting | Nordic Spring Baking | That’s My Sandwich! | Imaginary Boundries | Plus all the recipes, crafts, shopping and lifestyle content that you love!


Sweet Paul —  known most today for their amazing magazine — started out as a food blog that grew its brand to reach an even wider audience. Putting their crafts and cravings into longer form, seasonal issues allows audiences to easily consume their creations all in one space.

 

The Life Style Edit

The May Issue: People Doing Good Things

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers.


The Life Style Edit is honing their curatorial craft by publishing a magazine alongside their blog space. For a blog that’s focused so heavily on curation, it’s no wonder that putting out a publication was their next step.

 

In the Mood Magazine

In the Mood n 6

Spring 2018


In the Mood certainly gets you in the mood with every new issue. Frames of Sugar, the brand’s original blog, still puts out regular in-season content on their site and wraps it all up neatly for their seasonal publications. The publication comes hand in hand with the blog as a recipe book for their culinary creations — the ultimate partnership.

 

The Fresh Edit

The Fresh Edit: Volume 1

A new quarterly magazine from Tabitha Blue of Fresh Mommy Blog that is filled with fresh ways to add personality to your entertaining, seasonal travel stories and tips from the fam, delicious recipes, attainable style tips and inspiration to help you focus on what really matters.


The Fresh Edit is keeping it fresh with their new publications. Brought to you by the Fresh Mommy Blog, the Fresh Edit is serving up some seasonal substance with the transformation of their blog into longer form pieces.

 

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