Reviews Hearst Magazines UK

    What do you know about Hearst Magazines UK? They are a British producer of various popular magazines regarding different fields of life, including some of the most popular favourites: Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Men’s Health and Cosmopolitan. If you are interested in finding out what other magazines they sell then read on to learn more but if you would like to know more about the magazines themselves, what they contain, whether or not they have high quality content and whether their subscriptions are worth it, have a look at some customer reviews so you can hear directly from their readers.

    About Hearst Magazines UK

    ​Hearst Magazines UK, initially titled the National Magazine Company, was launched in 1910 with the release of the fictional British magazines, Nash’s. Good Housekeeping was then launched in 1922, after great popularity in the United States. This was an instant success, targeting women that were making homes for soldiers returning from the First World War, and became a part of households all over the UK, increasing the company’s overall prosper and making their name known. A second brand was launched by the company in 1929, titled Harper’s Bazaar, creating a rival to Vogue. In 1937, Nash’s was subsumed by Good Housekeeping, and then throughout the Second World War, this national magazine became an integral part of helping Brits on the home front, and they even changed their format, making it smaller to use less paper, in order to do their part in the war effort. Another American success by Hearst, Cosmopolitan was launched in the UK in 1971; this too was a brilliant success, selling out on its first day.

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    Hearst Magazines UK currently run 21 different magazine titles. Several of these are aimed at housekeeping needs such as Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Prima and Jamie, as well as several nature-aimed prints such as Town & Country, Runner’s World and Country Living, plus several tabloid magazines including Best, Inside Soap, Reveal and Real People, and finally fashion magazines such as Elle, Cosmopolitan, Red and Esquire, plus the paired Men’s Health and Women’s Health.

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    What do you think of Hearst Magazines UK? Which of their magazines do you know? Do you think that they offer interesting and top quality content? What do you have to say about their value for money? Which magazine do you think is the best and which do you think is less interesting? Share your thoughts and feedback on features such as these to let others know whether or not you would recommend buying these magazines!

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    Best magazine

    I love to read a magazine and there are lots of option that i got but Hearst magazines uk is the best that i got. also, they offer really good subjects in their magazines which is extremely good. i like whatever they are offering and also i receive my magazines n time and on deciding date as well as time.the overall subscription price is fair and also other services are nice.
    i like that they keep trying to present something new in their every magazine, also they have lots of magazines in option and that is cool to read.

    By: Hiya 18-01-2018
    Would buy here again

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