DC Thomson's The Scots Magazine launches new website with greater focus on social media

The new website aims to fit hand-in-hand with the printed publication

The Scots Magazine website has underwent a major transformation in order to fit better with the monthly printed publication.

Created by publisher DC Thomson’s in-house digital team The Scots Magazine website now provides readers across the globe with instant access to articles about Scotland’s culture, history and the great outdoors. The website now also allows for readers to better connect with each other with an increased focus on social media, including links to Twitter and Facebook.

“The Scots Magazine website has been redesigned for today’s audience. Close collaboration between our editorial and digital teams has produced a site that’s concise and easy to use. I’m absolutely delighted with the results, which will supplement and enhance our printed magazine,” commented editor-in-chief, Sally Hampton.

“The market stall site will allow our customers to engage with the title in a new and exciting way, and will enable us to reach a wider audience. The Scots Magazine has an international readership and this updated format will open a gateway for our customers across the globe.”

The website will be managed by The Scots Magazine’s editorial team and readers can log on for information about subscriptions, products and offers.

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