Computor Companion Magazine Experiences Growth

Press Release: Magazine Experiences Growth


July 2000 – Inland Empire Computer How-to Magazine Experiencing Growth Spurt

It’s nearly one-year-old and like any healthy youth, it’s growing

That’s the situation with Computor Companion, a free magazine
published by Logical Expressions Inc, 311 Fox Glen Road, Sandpoint,
Idaho, a 6-year-old technology services firm which relocated in 1996
to Sandpoint from southern California. The magazine’s many how-to
articles help people use their computers more effectively, while
other articles entertain or point to helpful web sites.

Computor Companion hit the streets for the first time in September
1999. Since then page number, number of issues distributed and
distribution points in eastern Washington and Idaho Panhandle have
all increased.

“And we’re also excited at the volume of positive correspondence
from people that we are receiving,” said Susan Daffron, managing
editor. “It’s clear that in helping people understand their
computers, we are providing a much-needed service.”

“Our next move is to begin offering free at-home mail delivery. So
far, our newstand distributions have been cleaned out fast, but we
know many want the convenience of getting the magazine in their
home,” said Daffron.

Susan Daffron is the author of How to Use PowerPoint 2000,
published by MacMillan Publishing, and articles for Bedford
Communications, publishers of Computer Buyer’s Guide and Laptop
Buyer’s Guide
. She and her husband, James Byrd, a programmer, own
Logical Expressions Inc.

Computor Companion is free. About 15,000, 24-page issues are delivered bimonthly in Stevens, Pend Oreille and Spokane counties, Washington, and Bonner, Boundary, and Kootenai counties, Idaho. For more information, phone 208-265-6147. The firm’s website is at: