San Antonio, TX, January 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Every month Miss Millennia magazine launches a new edition released accordingly, following the first of every month. January’s edition will be Women’s Appreciation, which will highlight various women from all walks of life, and the successes they achieved in their careers.
This edition will be one of the first editions of it's kind for Miss Millennia magazine. Along with a new edition, the site will debut a new look. The new website will feature a new design, more categories, and various informational tabs, to make visitor experience more exciting. The list below is a few of the new features to expect:
1. Category Tab: Finding categories of interest will be easier than the previous site. Users will have the opportunity to search through all of the various topics offered in the past and current.
2. Ratings: Readers will have the ability to rate articles featured. The ability to review articles through star ratings, is aimed at improving the quality of Miss Millennia Magazines written content.
3. Submission: Visitors, readers, and potential writers will be able to submit their articles without the hassle of back and forth e-mails with editors.
4. Job Search: A job search box will be included on the site, allowing visitors to search for positions of their interest within Miss Millennia magazine.
5. Most Popular: Articles with the most engagement will be more accessible. Readers who are interested in trends will be able to discover the latest hot topics on Miss Millennia magazine.
The changes to Miss Millennia magazine will take place immediately following January 1, 2013, and should officially debut on the 5th of January.
Miss Millennia magazine trusts to improve the overall outlook of the Miss Millennia brand, in hopes of providing their readers with the latest trends.
Miss Millennia Magazine is an online magazine that is geared towards young professional, college educated women ages 20-30 who desire success and are well on their way there. The magazine aims to inspire women in reaching their goals, and making the transition from college life to adulthood.