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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

The 107th German Library Conference is just around the corner. From June 12 to 15, 2018, Germany’s librarians and information specialists will  gather in Berlin to meet and exchange ideas and learn about the latest developments in the field.

Use the »BuB — Forum Library and Information« to present your company to your target audience and publicize your presence at the library conference.

»BuB – Forum Library and Information« is the most widely read professional journal throughout all branches of librarianship, addressing decision-makers in both public and academic libraries.  With a certified print run of 7,477 copies we are the most important journal for librarians and all those working in the information field in German-speaking countries.

In our BuB App you will be able to enhance your advertisement with up to three links. In this way readers can contact your company directly. More than 10% of the readers of the print journal have already registered to use this app. In addition, 30% of the print issue is downloaded as an ePaper.

Our website www.b-u-b.de regularly has more than 50,000 visitors and about 800,000 hits per month.

We look forward to receiving your feedback and would be most happy to prepare an offer tailored to your needs.

With kind regards,

Miriam Stotz (bub-mediaservice@abomanagement.de)

 

 

What is »BuB«?

»BuB – Library and Information« is the most important professional journal for anyone working in the German-speaking field of information provision. A highly competent and professional editorial team works together with authors to produce essays, commentaries, discussion forums, interviews, field reports and news about public, academic and special librarianship as well as closely related areas of educational and cultural politics. Along with librarians and information experts its contributors also include university scholars, politicians, writers and journalists. For these reasons »BuB« is an essential source of information for librarians.

 

What makes »BuB« different from other professional library journals?

»BuB« is the most widely distributed and interdisciplinary professional journal for the field of library and Information science in German-speaking countries. It is published ten times per year (with double-issues in February/March and in August/September) and is the only library journal in Germany with an IVW-verified print-run. With »BuB« you will reach more readers in this sector than with any other comparable journal. The current distribution per issue (4th quarter, 2017) is 7,477 copies ivw_logo_ALLGEMEIN_sw_01. Our paid circulation per issue is currently at over 90%.

 

Who reads »BuB«?

In addition to the over 5,700 members of the Association Information Library (BIB), who receive the journal as part of their membership fees, »BuB« is subscribed to by libraries in Germany and abroad, by educational institutions and political policy-makers. In this way our advertising partners reach those who make decisions for libraries — both for public libraries and for more than 2,500 academic librarians — precisely at each library‘s level of decision-making for products and services. At professional events such as Germany‘s annual library conference or at the Frankfurt Book Fair copies of »BuB« are made available to participants thanks to a higher print-run. With your advertisement in »BuB« you will directly target the most important and relevant customers in the library field.

 

Is »BuB« available online?

Of course! Our online presence is an essential element of the journal‘s comprehensive information distribution concept. »BuB« is available online with the latest news and thoroughly researched articles by subject specialists at www.b-u-b.de. The website is seen regularly by more than 50,000 visitors and 800,000 hits per month. »BuB« is also available as an eJournal which can be easily read with the BuB app for smartphones, tablets, and desktop PCs. In this way news elements are made available which we cannot publish in the printed edition, such as picture series, maps, audio commentaries, videos, and links to further websites.