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12 Newspaper Marketing Ideas

by NCMA National Community Media Association by Brandon Gaille The newspaper is ultra-competitive today and the margins are incredibly low for many communities. Your ability to succeed depends on two things: the amount of circulation that you have and the number of advertisers that are willing to work with you. These proven marketing ideas will […]
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Advantages of Newspaper Advertising: Why Newspapers are Still King

by MSadmin As technology continues to modernize how information is accessed, advertisers are faced with the constant challenge of how to best reach and engage customers. While there are a variety of mediums to choose from, newspapers (print and digital) still reign supreme, providing a number of significant benefits that cannot be found elsewhere, including television, […]
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Consumers prefer print to digital when it comes to ad circulars

Study: Consumers prefer print to digital when it comes to ad circulars Author By  Cathy Siegner Published Jan. 10, 2018 Dive Brief: When making grocery purchasing decisions, 80% of U.S. households use printed advertising circulars more than they do any digital sources of information, according to a Nielsen Homescan study reported by Food Navigator. Consumers tend to […]
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U.S. Newspaper, Book Printers Buying Canadian Uncoated Groundwood Are Up in Arms

U.S. Newspaper, Book Printers Buying Canadian Uncoated Groundwood Are Up in Arms By Mark Michelson U.S. Newspaper, Book Printers Buying Canadian Uncoated Groundwood Are Up in Arms. A preliminary determination on Jan. 9 by the U.S. Department of Commerce to impose countervailing duties (CVD) ranging from 4.43% to 9.93% has U.S. newspaper, book and commercial […]
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Readers Prefer Print

Article reprinted from Printing Impressions: Reading Preferences and Habits of U.S. Consumers. The recent Toluna survey commissioned by Two Sides showed that 62% of U.S. consumers between the ages of 18 to 55+ preferred to read books in print versus electronic devices, including 63% of the youngest age group (18- to 24-year-olds). Both groups strongly […]
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