United Readers Service
Ohio, United States
About United Readers Service
United Readers Service’s magazine subscription service offers its growing base of customers with many unique and convenient services. United Readers Service appeals to a wide variety of personal and business needs by offering an array of magazines and periodicals on topics such as sports, fitness, beauty and fashion, finance and business, cooking, health, boating, history and current events, and many other special interests.
Operating since 1972, United Readers Service has a loyal and growing customer base, and has an expert and dedicated staff. The user-friendly and convenient website that United Readers Service maintains offers the convenience of one-stop magazine browsing and shopping, as well as other services which make the subscription process easy and efficient. United Readers Service has flexible monthly payment options, all of which guarantee low-cost subscription prices and rate freezes, offering the customer valuable and unique protection. In addition, United Readers Service guarantees the replacement of any magazine or periodical if it stops publication.
Providing automatically updated address changes for all subscriptions, United Readers Service eliminates one of the hassles of moving. United Readers Service is a member of the Better Business Bureau, and still works out of its original headquarters located by Lake Erie, in Lakewood, Ohio. Growing successfully since its founding in 1972, United Readers Service retains an expert and committed staff that provides exemplary service and help to customers in all 50 states.
The Most Popular Magazines in the U.S.
With more than 3,000 magazines to choose from and more periodicals starting up every year, you should expect newsstands to grow even more crowded. With thousands of publications available, which magazines are the most popular? As of early 2010, the following rankings stand. #1: AARP The Magazine Publisher: AARP Established: 1958 Distribution: 23,721,626 Synopsis: Bi-monthly publication aimed at the aging population, offering a wide variety of topics. #2: AARP Bulletin Publisher: AARP Established: 1960 Distribution: 23,574,328 Synopsis: Similar to AARP The Magazine. #3: The Costco Connection Publisher: Costco Established: N/A Distribution: 8,196,081 Synopsis: Magazine sent to subscribers detailing new features and products at Costco stores. #4: Better Homes and Gardens Publisher: Meredith Established: 1922 Distribution: 7,644,011 Synopsis: Covers home care and design issues, tips for healthy living, gardening topics, and more. #5: Reader's Digest Publisher: The Reader's Digest Association Established: 1922 Distribution: 6,112,811 Synopsis: Novel-sized periodical containing an array of articles including humor, real-life experiences, world events, and more.