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Friday 20th July 2012

Imagine relaunches sci-fi website and sees unique users hit 100,000

Companion site for the award-winning SciFiNow magazine gets a complete overhaul with new tech

Technology content publisher Imagine Publishing has launched the all-new SciFiNow.co.uk as a community-driven hub for the latest cult entertainment news, reviews, interviews, competitions and trailers.

Featuring a fully responsive ‘masonry’ layout optimised for any PC, mobile device or tablet, SciFiNow.co.uk ensures that every page is as beautiful to look at on screen as it is in the magazine. Integrated with Facebook’s open graph protocol for better sharing and commenting, SciFiNow.co.uk offers a more social and interactive way of enjoying the award-winning sci-fi, fantasy and horror content.

SciFiNow.co.uk uses suitably cutting edge technology to bring the reader the best experience, whether they’re using a phone, tablet or desktop computer,” said Head of Digital Mat Toor. “There’s a lot of great content on this website, and we’ve gone out of our way to make it both easy and fun to discover and enjoy.”

SciFiNow.co.uk is driven by its passionate community and we give our readers a voice at every level,” said Editor James Hoare. “The stunning new website represents a fresh and exciting way for geeks to engage with their favourite brands. Despite what John Connor and his pet T-800 thought, the rise of the machines is nothing to fear.”

SciFiNow.co.uk's fantastic new range of features also include an engaging, multi-column ‘lead’ article, a stunning new interactive image gallery, sophisticated automated Amazon Affiliate integration, and relevant related articles suggestions.

Imagine Publishing is one of the UK’s fastest-growing multimedia content producers. Formed in May 2005, Imagine now publishes 20 regular print magazines, 50 digital apps, 25 websites and thousands of articles every month in the technology, videogames, photography and knowledge/science markets. An Imagine magazine is purchased every ten seconds.

Imagine Publishing
01202 586200
www.imagine-publishing.co.uk