How Can I Get A Quote For The Magazines I Order? We make getting a quote on your magazine subscriptions very easy! Whether you are a school library or a public library, we have the titles you are looking for and do our best to [...]
But, like a lot of preteen girls, I also wanted to feel more mature. I wanted more than just books to keep my interest (though I have remained a voracious reader to this day). My sisters were several years older than me, and I wanted to do everything they did- including read fashion magazines. I would flip through the ones they let me read, pretending to be interested, but for the most part the articles were boring or didn’t seem to be speaking to me.
This post is from an article I wrote that was published in Library Work's "INFOcus." Top 25 Library Blots In June of 2012, Mashable Social Media published an infographic that had some staggering numbers about how much content is published to the web every [...]
We've been knocking out webinars about Rivistas Subscription Services right and left! One of the questions we always get asked is if we have the presentations recorded so they can be viewed on demand, so we decided to record our introduction webinar and make it [...]
Or, simply put, we order magazines and periodicals for libraries and make it look easy!
And when it comes to magazines and ordering magazines, should things be the way they have always been? Everything else has changed, could the process for securing your magazines be improved any at all? At Rivistas Subscription Services, we like to think we have improved the way magazines can be ordered and managed.
As your subscription vendor, we're here to help you with any irregularities you may experience. The magazines come from the publisher and not from us, so we do not know if you are having problems with a certain subscription, so always feel free to let us know what's going on, and we'll be there to help get things back on track!
As we were dreaming about what Rivistas Subscription Services should look like and how we would interact with our library customers, one theme kept reoccurring: Renewals.
I get this question very frequently, so I want to explain part of the reason supplemental invoices exists in this industry, and explain why we do not run back to our customers with additional invoices after they have already paid for their magazines. I'll explain the process the other subscription vendors have and then share our process.
The request for sample lists have continue to come my way, requesting the top titles for elementary, middle and high schools libraries. I've compiled a list for each school library type and made them available below.