Tropical Fish Hobbyist magazine reaches over 8,000 paid subscribers bimonthly, 74% of circulation in print/digital and 26% in digital formats. Subscribers are located in the US, Canada and 76 countries around the world (list available upon request). The magazine is resold at retail bookstores Barnes & Noble and Books a Million, with additional distribution through 24 independent pet shops in the US and Canada. The magazine is also made available free of charge to national pet shows and hobbyist events, with an average 3500 copies per month distributed free in 2016.
Advertisements appear in both the print and digital editions. The digital edition provides access to all past advertisements in an evergreen format; all links have remained active since October 2007 edition.
In addition to page and digital advertising, TFH magazine provides inserts, blow ins, fold out and sample program opportunities with the printed edition.
Banner advertising is also available on the TFH website and homepage. TFH receives over 73,000 unique visitors each month with 230,000+ pageviews.
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Setup and Care of Garden Ponds (Animal Planet™ Pet Care Library)
This functional book contains information on creating, stocking, and maintaining garden ponds of all sizes, and offers advice on issues like pond and plant maintenance, species selection, and health care. Useful tip boxes in each chapter show every member of the household how to make the most out of setting up a garden pond.
ISBN: 9780793847945 (E-Book)
This troubleshooting companion addresses both common and infrequent freshwater aquarium needs, from keeping the water balanced and clear and maintaining equipment to plant choices and how to handle lost or missing fish. Useful tip boxes in each chapter.
ISBN: 9780793847778 (E-Book)
Aquarium Care of Oscars
The oscar is an intelligent and enjoyable fish to own. From selection to health and nutrition concerns, this book helps take the guesswork out of taking the best care of oscars in a home aquarium. Useful tip boxes in each chapter show every member of the household how to make the most out of owning a pet.
ISBN: 9780793843121 (E-Book)
A complete guide to the care and breeding of two of the most popular groups of aquarium fish
by Randy Carey
- E-Book $9.99 / ISBN: 9780793844036 128 pages
Tetras and barbs are among the most popular community fish, with dozens of species readily available in pet and aquarium stores. Written by one of the leading experts on these groups of fish, this comprehensive guide features five important fish groups spanning hundreds of species and covers topics essential to aquarists interested in tetras and barbs such as feeding, water requirements, species, diseases, and breeding. Full-color photos, sidebars, charts, and tip boxes illustrate key points and nicely complement the informative text. Inside you’ll find:
- everything you need to know about caring for tetras and barbs – tank setup, water conditions, feeding, species compatibility, etc.
- a guide to many families and species
- advice about breeding tetras and barbs
- more than 150 photos, including both rare and common species
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