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Growth Opportunities: Publishers Focusing on Digital Subscriptions in 2024 (New Report)

Feb 20, 2024

The Alliance for Audited Media asked 35 of its audited publishers what they hoped to accomplish in 2024. Almost three-quarters (74%) said that digital subscriptions were going to be an area of ...

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Increase circulation and save postage

Feb 1, 2024

If you’re looking to increase your subscription rates, you might be inclined to leave your out-of-county rates alone, or increase modestly. 

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Man who says he stole Ouray newspapers is not associated with suspects or police

Feb 1, 2024

From the New York Times to ABC News, outlets far and wide reported the story in the context of efforts to silence the press. The news even reached the U.K.

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Old ideas can still interest our readers and please our advertisers

Feb 1, 2024

Missouri publisher Peggy Scott of Leader Publications says she can’t accept the credit, however, because the idea was reincarnated by the marketing team for one of her better customers.

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USPS Industry Alert: Postal Service Allows a Grace Period for Implementation of the USPS Electronic Postage Statement Requirement for BMEU Domestic Mailings

Jan 23, 2024

To provide mailers additional time to comply with the discontinuance of hardcopy postage statements policy change, there will be a limited-time grace period.

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Jan 16, 2024

Meta announced last fall that it would be launching a subscription service in the EU, giving Facebook and Instagram users the option to pay for an ads-free experience. And the reactions ...

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Are you ready to file postage statements digitally?

Jan 4, 2024

The U.S. Postal Service is reminding commercial mailers that the end of near for hard-copy postage statements. 

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As 2023 drew to a close ...

Jan 1, 2024

Waiting for invoice payments to show up in your mailbox … and waiting … and waiting? There might be a reason for that, and it isn’t because your customers are suddenly slow–payers.

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