SOURCE: BPA Worldwide

February 11, 2010 09:00 ET

Editorial Feature: Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism applies for BPA Worldwide business publication membership

Shelton, CT--(Marketwire - February 11, 2010) - Seminars In Arthritis And Rheumatism has applied for business publication membership in BPA Worldwide. The journal is published by Elsevier Inc. (Philadelphia, PA).

BPA Worldwide will track circulation for Seminars In Arthritis And Rheumatism based on business/distribution, demographics and geographic coverage. The journal will have 12 months to complete its initial circulation audit.

"The strong growth of Seminars In Arthritis And Rheumatism has made it a perfect time to apply for membership with BPA Worldwide," said Publisher Alexandra Gavenda. "Our firm commitment to our recipients and advertisers will be enhanced by our future membership in BPA."

"We are pleased that Seminars In Arthritis And Rheumatism has applied for membership in BPA Worldwide," said BPA president and CEO Glenn Hansen. "We applaud the publisher for providing advertisers and prospects with the solid assurance of an independent circulation audit conducted according to our world-respected, uncompromising standards. With a BPA audit, media buyers can be confident that circulation claims are accurate, and that they have the verified data that they need to assess a publication's effectiveness in serving its market."

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