November 6, 2010

About Road

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Road Magazine was the UK’s first digital car title to get well-established, back in 2007.

We’re proud to be that original, quality, digital automotive lifestyle title – 100% FREE. We may not be the biggest, or even the best! But we have a loyal and well-established following, in over 30+ countries worldwide & people want to be associated with our brand, which is nice!

Road is created by Royle Media – who are media moguls with over 20 years experience in publishing, marketing & PR. And whilst we’re a busy bunch creating top marketing campaigns for global brands in the thriving construction and automotive sectors, we’re still proud to make media magic for our cool, creative, global digital automotive lifestyle magazine, blog & social – all completely FREE online.

So…

  • Please enjoy & share our daily-updated blog, read by over half a million peeps in 30+ countries.
  • Get chatting to us with & sharing our popular tweets .
  • Check out the posts & share our busy Facebook page.
  • And do delve back and enjoy our diggy magazine FREE via Issuu.

Road Magazine & Blog showcases Royle Media’s professional, experienced writing, editing, photography, design and Social media skills perfectly, in a digital environment – still THE fastest growing media marketplace. And we’ve been quietly leading the digital revolution now for over a decade, having come from a traditional print journalism and publishing background into the exciting world of online publishing and media.

Like Road?

Then why not contact like Royle Media on Facebook to get a quote for your own branded magazine – printed or digital?

And find us on Twitter and have a natter with the team behind Road Magazine & blog & its lively Social output.

Thanks for your support & interest in our FREE blog, mag & social. Keep reading, liking, sharing, commenting, viewing & coming back!

Cheers from all of us at Team Road: Editor, Phil Royle, Art Editor, Bonnie Royle & staff snapper, Neil Denham

@Roadmagazine

@Roylemedia

 

 

 

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