Magzine subscriptions for food network magazines, women world magazines, fitness magazines to auto magazines are tough to select on once you don’t know which one’s are the most popular ones. Here’s a list for subscribing to top 10 most popular magazines of 2013.
Almost everyone reads magazines, and you can hardly go anywhere without finding one or two compelling enough to pick up and read for a few minutes. Even with the Internet boom that has cut considerably into the print market, it is unlikely that magazines will be going away any time soon. Here is a list of the top ten magazines according to circulation.
Circulation: 3.5 million
People magazine is published by Time Inc. and is one of the most popular magazines in the United States. It is also read by millions of people in countries around the world, and it has a loyal following comprised of readers who religiously follow its yearly features.
Circulation: 3.8 million
Launched in 1932, The Family Circle has enjoyed a long and successful run over the years. Catering primarily to the female audience, the magazine covers various aspects of home-economics and other related topics. There are 15 issues of the magazine published every year.
Circulation: 4 million
National Geographic is one of the earliest magazines to have been published that are still around to this very day. It covers a wide range of different topics with most of the centered on geography, science, history, and culture. The magazine also focuses extensively on photography, and has won numerous awards.
Circulation: 4.3 million
Good Housekeeping is another magazine that caters specifically to the interests of women. Covering anything and everything from product tests to recipes to health and even literature, Good Housekeeping boasts of a reader base numbering more than 4 million and articles by noted writers.
Circulation: 5.5 million
A general interest magazine that has become an institution in its own right, Reader’s Digest enjoys massive popularity in many countries around the world. Famous for its broad range of subject matter and its half-sized dimensions, Reader’s Digest was the best-selling magazine in the U.S. for years.
Better Homes & Gardens
Circulation: 7.6 million
Better Homes & Gardens is another magazine that caters primarily to the interests of women. It was launched in 1922 and still enjoys a huge reader base to this very day. Covering a wide variety of topics including cooking, gardening, and interior designing, the magazine beat out Reader’s Digest as the best selling magazine in the United States in 2009.
Circulation: 8.1 million
Game Informer is a monthly video game magazine published in the United States. Launched in 1991, the magazine mostly covers reviews and news related to the video game industry.
AARP The Magazine
Circulation: 22.5 million
AARP magazine started out as Modern Maturity in 1958. 2002 brought about the change of the name to its present AARP, although it retained much of its focus on lifestyle concerns.
Circulation: 43.5 million
Awake! is a religious magazine published in the United States. Serving as a sort of companion publication to The Watchtower, Awake! has nevertheless garnered its own considerable reader base.
The Watchtower (Public Edition)
Circulation: 45 million
The Watchtower is undisputed the most popular magazine in the United States today. It also enjoys a global reader base numbering in the millions, and it is published in more than 200 different languages.