Welcome to the New Home of the Peninsula Pulse and Door County Living

Check it. Read it. Use it.

For years that has been the tagline printed on the cover of the Peninsula Pulse. It dates back to the time when the centerpiece of the Pulse was the arts and entertainment listings that guided readers to everything that goes on each day on this amazing peninsula.

You really could use the Peninsula Pulse.

Today, however, we’re excited to launch the new, complete with a new name for the online home of the Peninsula Pulse and Door County Living magazine:

We’ve been working on this site for a long time, and we think you’ll love what you see. We’re excited to tell Door County’s stories in a whole new way.

The new website will also bring the complete archives of Door County Living magazine online for the first time. Check out our collection of 13 years of the best feature writing and photography in Door County.

“This is a big step forward for us,” said Pulse Publisher and Founder David Eliot. “Our staff has been putting out a print product that we’re immensely proud of for years. Now we finally have a platform that will do justice to their work and our readers online.”

The Peninsula Pulse’s print edition continues to grow, with more issues and more pages printed this year than ever before. Still, Eliot and co-owner Madeline Harrison said it’s vital to create the same level of reader experience on the Pulse’s web platform where thousands of people living off the peninsula turn to get Door County stories every day.

“We have an incredibly loyal, continually growing print readership, something we’re tremendously proud of in an age when large newspapers are shrinking around the country,” said Harrison, who is also editor-in-chief. “But we’ve also seen our online readership grow more than 15 percent this year, with many of those new visitors coming on mobile, and many of them looking for things to do, places to eat, and events to plan their vacation here. Now we have a platform that allows us to show them the best of Door County through the Pulse and Door County Living in a way we’ve never been able to before.”

Browse the new site and let us know what you think!

Check it. Read it. Use it.

We’re proud that this now applies to the Pulse wherever you find us.

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