100% of people who took my survey said they liked my magazine.
With all but one person saying they would definitely buy it and the other saying they would possibly buy it.
The majority of people think the price is right for my music magazine. My audience survey showed that people felt my magazine was mainly aimed at a 15+ age group Which I thought was accurate with the type of language and the type of audience I was aiming for.
The main features that interests my audience about my magazine are photography and layout. I found that there was interest in different areas of my magazine but feel the photography and layout sets out the groundwork for a magazine. If the picture doesn’t interest a reader and they don’t like the layout the instant eye-catching aspect that is so important in sales is lost.
The majority of people I surveyed easily recognised that my magazine audience of Metal fans, they all recognised it as being a magazine for fans of hard aggressive rock. This was the audience I had aimed for and had tried to achieve with my design, I spent a lot of time researching magazines of that genre and looking for inspiration for my own design. Most of the people I asked said they would rate my magazine 8/10 with all rating it 8/10 or above.
My target audience said they thought my magazine could be sold in a variety of places with the majority saying newsagents and high street stores.
When asked if they had to change anything about my magazine the main feature I found my target audience would change was the price of my magazine.