over 5,000 unique visitors come to Lifestylesover50.com
over 1,500 email subscribers receive the Lifestyles over 50 monthly newsletter
Distribution directly to families:
over 100 churches
over 100 community locations
over 350 medical offices
over 40 nonprofit organizations
over 30 health clubs
over 20 libraries
Charity Support; Lifestyles over 50 works closely with and supports numerous nonprofits: Alzheimer’s Association, LV Aging in Place Coalition, Alliance on Aging, MS Society, American Cancer Society, Meals on Wheels, United Way and Red Cross, etc. Many of these organize help distribute Lifestyles over 50 to the families that they serve and make them available at community events (ie Senior Fest and other senior fairs and expos)
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is your circulation?
10,000 base monthly with estimated readership at over 20,000 which includes 2x pass along rate due to the number of copies distributed at doctor’s offices and other high traffic areas.
What is your circulation area?
The greater Lehigh Valley. (From west to east) Kutztown to Phillipsburg and (from North to South) Palmerton to Quakertown.
Where is the publication distributed?
Lifestyles over 50 is distributed to over 600 ‘pick-up’ locations around the greater Lehigh Valley and include hospitals, doctors offices, supermarkets, health clubs, libraries, pharmacies, diners, churches, social halls, active adult communities, senior housing, and other community locations where boomers and seniors frequent and congregate. Additionally, issues are distributed to professionals like social workers, discharge planners, geriatric care managers and others who pass out our directories to their members and clients for further distribution. Nonprofits and government agencies like the Meals on Wheels, Center for Vision Loss, and the County Offices on Aging also distribute Lifestyles over 50 to those they serve.
Is Lifestyles over 50 a free publication?
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What is the Editorial Calendar?
January - annual directory comes out. general interest and indoor activities / events articles
February - fitness articles, medical professional spotlights
March - personal care homes is care feature
April - we print an extra 3,000k copies up to handout at Senior Fest.
May - skilled nursing centers is care feature
June - hospice is care feature
July - home care is care feature
August - pharmacy services is care feature
September - care management and elder law care features
October - adult day care is the issue's care feature with a related article and grid of local service providers.
November - community resource and nonprofit spotlights
December - holiday issue with general interest articles