Since its launch in 1995, Flow Control has been the only magazine dedicated exclusively to technologies and applications for fluid movement, measurement and containment. Twelve times a year, Flow Control magazine delivers award-winning original content to more than 36,000 qualified subscribers. See a breakdown of our audience below, or download a printable PDF.
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Avg Unique Users
Top Technology Categories
Flow Control subscribers indicate they use, recommend, approve or purchase the following products:
Pipes / Piping
Tanks / Reservoirs
Radar Level Gauges
Sight Flow Indicators
Sanitary / Ultra-Pure / Aseptic
Flow Control subscribers work in the following job roles & responsibilities:
Corporate & General Management
Research & Development
Consulting, System Integration & Others
A sample of Flow Control subscribers indicates they work at companies that manufacture or service end products in the following industries:
Food & Kindred Products
Engineering, Consulting & Related Services
Utilities (Including Gas, Power Gen, Water & Wastewater)
Rubber & Misc Plastic Products
Paper & Allied Products
Fabricated Metal Products
Aerospace, Automotive, Other Transportation
Primary Metal Products
Others Allied to the Industry
Semi-Conductor, Electrical & Electronic Equipment
Flow Control® Readers Take Action
65% of subscribers have read 3 out of 4 issues.
3 out of 4 readers took an action as a result of seeing ads in Flow Control.
92% of Flow Control readers are involved with the purchase of products/services.
Flow Control influences purchase decisions. Subscribers rank magazine articles and resource guides as the #1 and #3, respectively, most important sources of information when purchasing products/services.
Sources: BPA Statement June 2016, Google Analytics, Readex Research – May 2016
Flow Control has the largest social footprint among our competitive set. In Fact, Flow Control is driving more traffic to its website via social media than any competitor title.
Pumps & Systems
Water & Wastes Digest
Sources: Alexa, Data Pulled 7/31; Facebook; Twitter
Flow Control® Drives Engagement and
Influences Purchase Decisions
Top Five Actions Taken as a Result of Seeing an Ad in Flow Control:
- Visited advertiser’s website
- Passed ad along to others
- Discussed ad with others
- Filed ad for future reference
- Recommended a product/service
Source: Readex Research, May 2016 Study