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Small-town newspaper takes on change

Column's public notice software lets publishers keep track of all their clients' notices in one easy-to-use dashboard. Legals reps can manage their customers' information, adjust invoices, change notice run dates, send proofs and even automate the affidavit process.
Column's public notice software lets publishers keep track of all their clients' notices in one easy-to-use dashboard. Legals reps can manage their customers' information, adjust invoices, change notice run dates, send proofs and even automate the affidavit process.
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Earlier this year, Rhonda Zinn — the regional accounts manager at the Butler County Times-Gazette in El Dorado, Kansas — started using Column’s public notice software to automate the entire legals process for her papers. “At first, I was nervous about using it,” Rhonda reflected. “It was new and I wasn’t sure I’d take to it, but it didn’t take me any time at all to learn. Once I used it to process one notice, it was easy.”

Column’s public notice software streamlines many of the manual processes that go into publishing public notices, such as invoicing, affidavit processing, proofing and more. The new software has saved Rhonda a lot of time.

“We get a really large volume of legals on a daily basis,” Rhonda said. “Before Column, I was doing all the communication with the different entities that placed public notices — the lawyers, townships, counties, cities. I had to input all of the notices into a really old system by hand. Now, Column takes care of all of that. It makes things go really smoothly.”

Read more about Rhonda’s journey using Column, or learn about other experiences with the software on our editorials page here.

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