5 fabulous reasons to join the Policy Press mailing list

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Jessica Miles

Policy Press Marketing Executive Jessica Miles is rather keen to share the advantages of joining our mailing list with you…

You may already have read or heard about the Policy Press community. But what does it actually mean?

Signing up to our newsletter means you get fantastic discounts on our books, regular updates on new titles and a real insight into what makes Policy Press and our community tick.

Here are just some of the benefits of joining the Policy Press community:

1. Save money!
• 35% subscriber discount off ALL books available on our website. This discount beats all our other promotions and is almost guaranteed to be cheaper than other retailers.
• Be the first to know about book sales and special offers. These often run for a short period, starting from the date our newsletter is sent out, so it’s a great way of making sure you don’t miss out.

2. Be ‘top of the class’ in your field
• The newsletter gives you all the latest information about new books and journal issues, making sure you are up to date with everything that’s publishing in your field of interest.
• Meet our authors – virtually at any rate. We are lucky enough to work with some of the most expert, influential and forward thinking authors in their fields. You can find out more about them in our newsletter.
• Conference news – we attend all the major conferences in the subject areas in which we publish. Receiving our newsletters means you can put a note in your diary to visit our stand, give us your feedback in person and chat to our commissioning editors about potential publishing ideas!

3. Be part of the debate
• At the heart of everything Policy Press does is the goal of making lives better for people who are struggling. Because of this, we want our publishing decisions to be influenced and guided by our community – the people out in the real world. Our newsletter is one of the ways we can reach you to ask for your input and opinion.

4. Publish with us?
• If you’re thinking about publishing with Policy Press, our newsletters are a great way of finding out about us, our staff, company ethos, publishing formats and other books we have publishing in your field. And what we get up to in the office and elsewhere!

5. It’s not just about the books
• Policy Press is involved in many collaborations and partnerships who share our goals. Our newsletters contain updates about the work we’re doing with projects such as Discover Society and charities such as St Mungos Broadway, and opportunities for you to get involved.

So, sign up here and become a valued member of the Policy Press community.

1 Response to “5 fabulous reasons to join the Policy Press mailing list”



  1. 1 Top 10 most popular blog posts from 2014 | The Policy Press Blog Trackback on December 22, 2014 at 3:50 pm

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