June 22, 2024

Linkage Mag

Geared for the Automotive Life

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Welcome to Linkage! We’re glad you’re here.

You can get Linkage in two ways: a printed magazine or a digital magazine — or both!

Linkage Print

Linkage’s print edition is a lush, high-quality printed magazine that arrives six times a year: January, March, May, July, August and November. An edition of Linkage is usually about 180 pages. People who subscribe to the print version of Linkage also get free access to Linkage’s digital version. So, now you can relax with your paper magazine at home — and dial up the digital version when you’re traveling or eating a quick lunch on a workday.

Linkage’s digital issue is a gorgeous visual journey. Videos are attached to stories, and Internet links are embedded in stories and each advertisement. A print/digital subscription to Linkage is $59 a year. We also offer two-year subscriptions (12 issues) for $88.50. Remember, as a print subscriber, you also get Linkage digital for free. The digital version of Linkage is a fun companion to the print issue.

If you live outside of the United States and still prefer a printed edition of Linkage, please send Executive Editor Chester Allen an email at callen@audrainmotorsport. com. You can also call him at 1.503.939.7084. We will set you up in no time. Remember, an overseas print edition of Linkage also comes with free access to Linkage’s digital edition.

Linkage Digital

Linkage’s digital issue is a gorgeous visual journey. Videos are attached to stories, and Internet links are embedded in stories and each advertisement.

For those who don’t want to get a print copy of Linkage, we offer a digital-only subscription for $49 a year. You’ll get access to six issues — again in January, March, May, July, September and November — delivered right to your email inbox.

A digital issue is attractive to subscribers who live in the UK, Europe, Asia or any other part of the world. Most of Linkage’s overseas subscribers buy digital issues, as they don’t have to worry about late or damaged mail — and pay the high cost of shipping a paper magazine from the United States. Frequent travelers and those that prefer to use mobile phones, tablets or laptops tend to prefer the digital edition of Linkage.