Florida Sun Printing in Callahan blogs about the printing business. A key marketing tools for businesses in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Bahamas, and Puerto Rico
Community newspapers, free and subscription, like the one you’re reading; today are THRIVING. In fact, community publications have been able to maintain nearly 99% of their readership since the turn of the millennium. We love the neighborhoods and communities we serve and we couldn’t do it without your support. So keep reading. Buy local. Remember, […]
Newspapers are still here and still making money By Caroline Little, NAA The sky is always falling and newspapers are always dying. For more than a decade, that has been a common and constant refrain. While working at washingtonpost.com, the Guardian US, and now, the Newspaper Association of America, I have been asked frequently about […]
Florida Sun Printing is located in Callahan, Florida near the Georgia State line. We have been printing newspapers for client throughout Georgia and Florida since 1963. This week (June 5-7) we head to the Georgia Press Association meeting in Jekyll Island, GA. We will have lots of printed samples. Hope to see you there.
Jacksonville, FL printer adds to color capacity Florida Sun Printing in Callahan, FL, will ramp up a new Quad-Stack 4-over-4 color-printing unit from WebPress, LLC at the end of January, as well as a new UV light tower from Prime UV. The equipment will be used in tandem to allow the printer to enter new […]
Merchant circulars still effective form of advertising, both direct mail and inserted in your local paper. Recent research backs up the fact that consumers prefer printed circulars over other types of advertising. With Holiday Shopping in full swing, the following articles give reassurance that those bulk shopping ads will continue to be a source of revenue. Aug. […]
By Wayne Friedman, MediaDailyNews Local small and medium-sized businesses are “optimistic” about local media growth in the near term. Still, many are cautious. When it comes to where local media dollars are spent, the survey says newspapers are still tops – commanding a 22% share of local ad dollars, followed by digital at 19%; other […]