Plus Size Fashion Magazine Sensation "SKORCH" Announces Plans for a Digital Take-Over
As social networking and the digital space become increasingly popular, and due to the overwhelming demand of our subscribers, SKORCH has decided to remain a digital publication.
PRLog (Press Release) – Sep 21, 2009 – sVancouver, WA - As social networking and the digital space become increasingly popular, and due to the overwhelming demand of our subscribers, SKORCH has decided to remain a digital publication. In concert with the digital publication, SKORCH will continue to provide readers with the curvy fashions and features they crave through pages on Facebook, Myspace, Youtube, Twitter and a new fashion blog http://skorchmagazine.com/
Following extensive market research, SKORCH discovered our readers would prefer to get their fashion fix through immediate mediums such as social networking, blogs and a digital publication. Readers feel the digital platform provides better interactive tools such as SKORCH’s expansive fashion directory enabling readers to click directly to designer’s websites and purchase their favorite styles.
“As THE hip and trendy magazine for 15-35 year old plus-size women, SKORCH understands the limitless potential the internet and social networking allows women craving fresh and fabulous fashion to stay on top of the latest trends, beauty advice and entertainment,”
SKORCH has always been and continues to stay ahead of the curve providing a quality publication attracting hundreds of unique visitors every day. SKORCH will continue to partner with advertisers and designers to provide the most current and interactive fashions to our readers. “Through our far-reaching digital mediums we are committed to being the number one fashion source for the plus-size community,” Mrs. Kane continued. “We hope to continue bringing awareness to the gross underrepresentation of full-figured women and fashions in the mainstream media.”
SKORCH will remain complimentary and be available on a monthly basis as a mini-magazine for the next two months. Starting December 1, 2009, the magazine will be re-launched as a pay-per-view digital publication available for download to your computer or iPhone at $.99 per issue.