Tuesday, June 8, 2010

New Online Classic Car Magazine...

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I'm finally catching up on reading my e-mails.

A link to this new online classic car magazine was sent to me a few days ago...

We are very glad to present you the basic version of the "The Gazette". You can expect the advanced version in a few weeks.

This Gazette is about us... and made by you...

Now you can write your own articles for the entire classic car community. You can write about the new Porsche coming up or the latest Rolex.... You can, but there are already so many websites where you can read all this stuff. But if you or somebody in your environment finds an old Duesenbergh in some old barn or an old Cadillac buried in the desert containing the remains of Jimmy Hoffa, we want to be the first to know about it. Remember also that a picture says more than a 1000 words... no pictures, no news.

What kind of news?

You can publish anything remarkable, funny, sad, historical, special business or bizz-opportunities, spectacular theft, or a desperate demand for the last missing piece of your Tucker... I personally remember so many stories like f.e. my visits to Mr Gardenot in Nice, the abbey of Reghini and the workshop of Aldo Cesaro. These visits were like visiting the cave of Alibaba.... You can publish your article in the Gazette on this site. The best of them come in the newsletter and our social networks. This newsletter is spread worldwide to 420.000 professionals and enthusiasts. So write and publish your stories and please do not forget to include nice or extraordinary picture(s)!

Personalised newsletter.

The gazette will eventually evolve to an "on-demand-newsletter". You will get only the news which you are interested in.
Indeed, In a few weeks you will be able to determine the content of your newsletter by choice of author, keywords, your clubmagazine, geographically defined, language defined, etc... You will also be able to choose any frequenty from daily to monthly and even on which day you want to receive it.
This service is free of any charge, as well for publishers as readers.

We hope you enjoy this product.

Best regards,

Guy Evens

I haven't had a chance to read the whole thing yet, but from what I saw it looks like it will be a interesting magazine.

You can find it here.

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