Thursday, May 6, 2010

Informer readership figures

The average readership of individual Informer (non-index) issues has grown to 2,057, a jump of 17% since Feb. 4. That average was held down by the recent release of the April 2020 issue, which has reached just 174 readers to date. Excluding that April issue leaves an average readership of more than 2,370. Readership of Informer's two published indexes climbed to 9,229, a jump of nearly 38% over February. Informer publications (regular issues and indexes) to date have totaled 23,627 readers. Most of Informer's readers - more than 99% of them - prefer to read the electronic edition of the periodical than to order its print edition.

Sep 2008 issue - v1n1 - 3147 readers, up 13.2%
Jan 2009 issue - v2n1 - 2547 readers, up 21.9%
Apr 2009 issue - v2n2 - 3120 readers, up 34.8%
-Index v1n1 thru v2n2 - 5456 readers, up 20.5%
Jul 2009 issue - v2n3 - 2455 readers, up 30.4%
Oct 2009 issue - v2n4 - 1715 readers, up 56.5%
-Index v1n1 thru v2n4 - 3773 readers, up 73.6%
Jan 2010 issue - v3n1 - 1240 readers, up 217.1%
Apr 2010 issue - v3n2 - 174 readers


Average readership for a (non-index) journal issue:
2057 readers, up 17% from February 2010.

'Mafia Son' bookreading May 17

"Mafia Son" author Sandra Harmon will appear at the Ellington Room, Manhattan Plaza (400 W. 43rd St., 2nd floor, at 9th Ave.) in New York at 7:30 p.m., Monday, May 17, to read from her book and answer audience questions. "Mafia Son" is the story of Gregory Scarpa Jr., Colombo crime family capo and government informant.