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Kevin’s To-Do List for 2023

Jan 1, 2023

As we get set to begin 2023, here are some steps I often recommend when visiting with community papers.

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Make money and gain subscribers by saturation mailing your newspaper

Jan 1, 2023

We tried something new for us last month for Thanksgiving week, which, of course, is one of the biggest retail periods of the year. 

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Questioning what to do about a social media dispute?

Jan 1, 2023

Q: I have spent thousands of dollars building my brand on a Facebook business page. I use it to drive traffic to my website and to sell my publication to customers. Suddenly, without warning, Facebook ...

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USPS discontinues manual address corrections by sorting cards

Dec 15, 2022

The U.S. Postal Service today announced the official end of a service that once sustained community newspapers — manual address correction by sorting address cards into their proper 5-digit ZIP codes.

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A spark of creativity, once ignited, can lead to great newspapers and great futures

Dec 1, 2022

David Maxwell, a longtime Georgia friend, is credited with sharing this great idea. David is the editor and general manager of The Donalsonville News, a consistent award winner in Georgia better newspaper ...

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Congratulations to the platinum certification graduating class of the Max Heath Postal Institute™

Dec 1, 2022

Congratulations to the  graduating class of the Max Heath Postal Institute™ platinum certification ... 

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North Dakota papers create literacy project using shared printing firm

Dec 1, 2022

Worried about declining readership of her two 3,000 combined circulation weeklies, Cecile Wehrman has organized eight of the nine newspapers in Divide County, North Dakota, to print and deliver 12,000 ...

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October ruling says subscription lists must be certified more often

Dec 1, 2022

Previously, you could use a list for up to 180 days from the date of certification. A new rule put in place Oct. 1 makes the time you can use a list before re-certifying much shorter.

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Our-Hometown presents newspapers with easy, profitable way to compliment print editions

Dec 1, 2022

Our-Hometown CEO Matt Larson reported that nearly 23% of the US listens to a podcasts on a weekly basis.

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