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Sell it now: Fall Home & Garden

Spending on home and garden products has grown about 14.4 percent annually since 2016, according to research group Future Commerce; however, the first half of 2020 saw spending nearly double from the same time frame in 2019. As consumers continue to invest heavily in their indoor and outdoor living spaces, look to your MCC Libraries for engaging layouts, ideas, articles and images to build sales from related local advertisers.  more

Wick Communications slashes subscription friction, lifts conversions nearly 128% with iQ Audience+ by TownNews

Like most news organizations, the team at Wick Communications is always on the hunt for new ways to grow reader revenue. When Reilly Kneedler, digital audience editor at Wick, learned that TownNews was seeking beta testers for their revamped audience development platform — iQ Audience+ — he was eager to see what it could do. more

Defining your CRM strategy—and how to implement it

A robust customer relationship management (CRM) system can help optimize your media organization’s marketing and sales efforts by fine-tuning touch points throughout your customer lifecycle. The tool can have a powerful impact on streamlining your sales processes, improving your ability to retain customers, and ultimately, on increasing your revenue and profits. more

ProImage's Cloud NewsWayX workflow processed over 1.3 million pages in the last 12 months

New ProImage's hosted solution provides publishers with a custom workflow on our Cloud redundant servers.  Local users have logons just as if the servers were local to softproof, approve, and track pages and plates. Upon approval, plate-ready Tiffs will automatically be sent to local CTP devices for output. more

Apps and audio news for the growing mobile audience | 2 case studies

Join us for a one-hour webinar with publishers who are focusing on serving the growing mobile audience with native apps and audio content, both produced automatically as content is published to their WordPress website. more

Newspaper groups can win high school sports with My Team Scoop

Presteligence's My Team Scoop service gives publishers the tools to do more with less. more

A love of children builds revenue and circulation

We know that children think Kid Scoop is fun, fun, fun. But children also reveal in their thousands of letters to us, and to newspaper publishers, that kids enjoy learning things, too. What more could parents, your subscribers, want for their children — to have fun with learning, fun with reading. more

Column launches California and South Dakota sites

This month, we launched statewide public notice websites for the newest members of our Column Partner Program: the California News Publishers Association and the South Dakota Newspaper Association. We're incredibly excited for these sites to improve the utility of public interest information for the people of California and South Dakota through modern, searchable databases, and to support CNPA and SDNA in the future of public notice. more

AP releases book marking 20th anniversary of 9/11

The Associated Press has released a commemorative book marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In collaboration with Sterling Publishing, "September 11: The 9/11 Story, Aftermath and Legacy,” is a comprehensive look at the 9/11 terrorist attacks as told through stories and photographs from AP covering everything from the events of that tragic day to the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and beyond. more

Is your website at risk for ad fraud?

The amount of money marketers waste on digital ad fraud is enormous, with one estimate reaching as high as $100 billion worldwide in 2023. But advertisers aren't the only ones affected. Publishers lose revenue when ad fraud tactics divert ad spend from quality websites to fraudulent ones. Here are four questions that will help you evaluate your risk. more’s new platform sends 15K readers to local obit placement desks

A recent performance analysis shows Legacy’s updated obituary platform drives $6 million in potential obituary placement revenue for local newspapers. more

More choices — more savings

When we go out to a restaurant, we all have our favorites to order, often because it’s what we are used to or what the place is known for.  However, as our industry continues to navigate through these unprecedented times, I invite PAGE members and future members to take a glance at the other side of the PAGE menu of services.  more

TV content adds value, readership and revenue

In September, NTVB will introduce a weekly, digital publication that newspapers of all sizes and frequencies can make available to their readers at no cost. What to Watch — which bears the same name as the daily paginated pages many papers like the Star-Advertiser are running — will offer daily guidance on the top shows, movies, documentaries and sporting events that are available on cable, satellite and streaming services. more

O’Rourke Media Group, Modulist enter into strategic partnership

O’Rourke Media Group, which operates community-focused media publications nationwide, and Modulist, a media services company that specializes in processing user-generated content, have entered into a strategic partnership that involves multiple publications in multiple states. O’Rourke Media CEO Jim O'Rourke and Modulist President Devlyn Brooks jointly announced that Modulist will be handling the processing of obits and milestones for O’Rourke Media’s various digital and print publications that span from the East to the West Coasts, and several states in between. more

Oregon papers meet revenue target on new project, with ANC's help

Publishers and sales executives are seeking revenue solutions that commit advertisers to products that work. Newspapers remain the best curators of information and Advantage Newspaper Consultants recently put its knowledge of how to connect revenue and content to work for EO Media Group. more

Tech Talk: How platform updates in 2021 will impact apps and audience engagement

Every year Apple and Google announce their iOS and Android platform updates to the anticipation of software developers worldwide.  So what platform updates will impact you as publishers and when? How do these changes impact your newspaper mobile apps and digital editions as products?  In turn, how do these potential product changes impact your audiences and their behavior? Pugpig has got you covered.  more

Sell it now: Labor Day

Recent reporting indicates that over three in five consumers are planning barbecues and gatherings this Labor Day, with one in four planing to spend more on Labor Day celebrations than they have in previous years. As American and Canadian consumers get set to celebrate on Sept. 6, help local businesses promote the products, services and sales they’re looking for with layouts and images from your MCC Creative Library.  more

Everbridge teams with AP to integrate global news report into its platform

Everbridge, Inc., the global leader in critical event management, and The Associated Press have announced a collaboration that will incorporate AP’s global news report into the Everbridge Critical Event Management platform. The collaboration will provide Everbridge customers with AP’s deep subject-matter expertise and extensive contextualization of risk data from critical events happening across the globe. more

Pulse Research partners with Metro Creative Graphics to provide a new benefit to newspapers

Pulse Research and Metro Creative Graphics have announced a new partnership that will offer a field-proven way to successfully close more sales presentations. The results of this new partnership are already generating excitement in test markets: An ad rep recently shared that she is achieving up to “90% closing ratios” when using the Pulse-Metro combination. more

Long-time software developer SCS announces transition in ownership

Founded in 1975 by Martha Cichelli, Software Consulting Services, LLC (SCS) has been providing software solutions to publishers and publishing groups. Martha's husband, Richard Cichelli, joined SCS in 1983 after working for the ANPA Research Institute. Richard and Martha have decided, after 45 years, to retire from active participation in SCS, and Kurt Jackson, SCS's vice president and general manager, has agreed to purchase the company. more
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