Woman's Day Magazine the United States
Woman's Day is a New York-based magazine of United States which is best being in topics about woman's interest and home economics. The magazine is also one of the Seven Sisters magazines.
Its first edition got published by The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company in 1931 and now Woman's Day holds the circulation of more than 3.3 million readers as per the 2013 report.
At present, it is acquired by Hearst Corporation, an American mass media and business information conglomerate of New York City.
The magazine published the first issue in 1937
The Woman's Day magazine was initially brought in the market by the efforts of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company as a free in-store menu/recipe planner.
The customers were attracted by the easy to read meal ideas in the magazine.
The magazine was only made available inside A&P grocery stores but following 1936 and with the opening of A&P supermarket it went through further expansion.
Woman's Day established the rate of five cents a copy in early days publishing
articles regarding home decoration, cooking, crafts, health, nutrition, fitness, needlework and food preparation.
Even famous American cartoonist Walter C. Hoban published his most popular Jerry on the Job comic strip in the magazine on the 1939 Grape-Nuts ad campaign.
By 1944, Woman's Day got the circulation number of 3,000,000 further getting sold out to Fawcett Publications in 1958.
The magazine made a successful jump in circulation to 6,500,000 in 1965.
In 1977, it came under CBS who sold the division of magazine to Diamandis Communication which was under the head Peter Diamandis.
The whole business of magazine with 1633 Broadway in New York was then acquired by Hachette Filipacchi Medias. Hachette also came under Hearst Magazines in 2011.
Now the Woman's Day magazine is under the Hearst publishers since 2011 and is served by Editor-in-chief Susan Spencer since 2012 publishing monthly issues.
Woman's Day cover topics about
Woman's Day is not just a magazine that concerns about home economics it is far beyond covering topics of woman's interest. At present, the magazine empowers around 17 million American women with joy and positivity.
The magazine has been proven best to achieve family goals like making delicious and affordable food or just getting relaxed by a sneaking 10 minutes exercise in her day.
Woman's Day is even in the mode of action for office working women as they deliver out some time-friendly solutions to them that fit in their wallet.
Woman's Day is also working best in covering topics regarding health, food, fitness, style, nutrition, home, and fashion. They have put on some interviews of qualified experts who advise on certain topics that sound beneficial.
Even the content is fact checked periodically and reviewed to offer accurate information as to their top priority.
Why read the magazine?
The Woman's Day magazine is one among Seven Sisters who publishes contents with which gets one a good hold over lifestyle concerns including food recipes, health, fitness, home decor, style, and fashion.
It has worked very well in inspiring more than 22 million readers to find value every day.
We can say Woman's Day is truly an indispensable guide to live out the best possible days in this world. They show and reflect the sensibility of their readers with an editorial commitment to fresh thinking.
It is specially designed for women on a budget getting you the top and latest alerts on topics of regular need thus offering a chance to improve oneself with their tips.
The magazine got in the news for
Woman's Day magazine participated in 2019 Live Longer and Stronger Challenge offering the chosen candidates to receive tailored and ongoing nutrition and exercise counseling from qualified nutrition expert Joy Bauer.
The magazine also offered a chance for participants to get their appearance in the future issues of the magazine and to go for Red Dress Awards in New York City.