First we created a weekly newsletter (sign up now) for our community members who wanted to get great innovation content a little less frequently than coming to the site every day, or who just wanted to make sure they didn’t miss the most popular articles of the week.
Now we have launched Innovation Excellence Weekly – the magazine – so that you can download the ten best articles of the week as a PDF to your:
- Apple iPad
- Amazon Kindle
- Nook from Barnes & Noble
- Samsung GalaxyTab
- Other trusty tablet
- Laptop or desktop computer (PC or Mac)
Think of it as Innovation Excellence to go.
Because this is only the seventh issue, we’d love to get your feedback. We think we improved it this week, but of course it will get prettier and more functional as we go (especially when people see the advertising potential), but we’ve got to start somewhere and we’d love to hear your thoughts on where we should take it.
Here are links to our first seven issues:
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 1
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 2
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 3
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 4
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 5
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 6
- Innovation Excellence Weekly – Issue 7
And if you subscribe to our page on any of these services and you’ll be notified any time we post any new issues of Innovation Excellence Weekly (the magazine) or any other great innovation white papers or eBooks:
Finally, you can support this effort AND get great exposure for your business by buying a:
- Magazine cover sponsorship (includes a full-page ad and a half-page ad) – $100 per week
- Full-page magazine advertisement – $50 per week
- Half-page magazine advertisement – $25 per week
- Banner ad at top (728×90) of Email Newsletter (7,500+ subscribers) – $50 per week
- Banner ad at bottom (728×90) of Email Newsletter (7,500+ subscribers) – $25 per week
Email us at ADVERTISING at INNOVATIONEXCELLENCE dot COM for more information.
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Braden Kelley is a popular innovation speaker, embeds innovation across the organization with innovation training, and builds B2B pull marketing strategies that drive increased revenue, visibility and inbound sales leads. He is currently advising an early-stage fashion startup making jewelry for your hair and is the author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons. He tweets from @innovate.