Welcome back: A sincere wish for a fulfilling and successful new year

gamnewyearwish-inOn behalf of all of us at Graphic Arts Magazine, we trust that you had a wonderful and relaxing Christmas and New Year’s, and were able to spend time with your loved ones and get some well-deserved rest and relaxation. We also genuinely hope that you will have a happy, healthy and successful 2017. And rest assured, we’ll do everything in our power to help you achieve just that!

Thank you so much for making us part of your day throughout 2016 – and for more than doubling our website traffic to over 20,000 unique visits each month.

With your continued help, we’ll continue to improve and provide you with the information you need to make your business more profitable.  And please, never forget that we’re always here to help you – and are more than prepared to be a trusted partner in your success throughout 2017.

New reader services that began on Monday, January 2, 2017 included:

  • Live links to your news stories
    For every news item we post on our website, GAM will send back the live link to the originator for promotional and social media purposes.
  • gamnewyearwish1-inNews every day by 7 am
    We understand how busy people are in this industry, so we’re going to continue to lead the way by posting 3 news items every weekday. But now, they’ll appear by 7 am! Two weekend news items (one Saturday and one Sunday) will also be posted by 7 am. All of our other categories will be refreshed with at least one news item every week.
  • Installations updates
    Beginning in January, we’ll run follow-up articles online that document specifically how state-of-the-art presses from the industry’s leading OEM’s, and other technologies, are improving productivity and quality, while opening up new applications and opportunities for commercial printers and others.
  • New columnists
    GAM will be welcoming several new columnists with decades of industry experience and expertise this January. When they’re confirmed, you’ll be the first to know. Stay tuned!

           – Tony Curcio, Editor

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.