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Ways to make your computer run faster, safer this year

March 13, 2017

We’re off to a new and exciting start this New Year.

 

Administration change will bring big changes in your area

March 13, 2017

Big changes in Washington will mean big changes in your county, and we’ve been covering them on The Rural Blog.

 

Editorial writers don’t have to face the hate alone

March 13, 2017

Amailto:Stebbins-C@mssu.edure you a community journalist who writes meaningful, at times controversial, editorials or columns, thereby putting your neck on the public chopping block?

 

Getting your advertisers on-board with syndicated content

March 13, 2017

Chances are you are already utilizing some syndicated material, which can run the gamut from news sources to TV listings and on to general-interest editorial articles and sections, recipes, puzzles, art and more. How and when you offer these items for sponsorship by potential advertisers can expand your reach, increase your professional footprint and boost your bottom line.

 

Red Flags: Watch for them to prevent ‘fake news’ from getting on your pages

March 13, 2017

If this hasn’t happened at your newspaper, chances are it will.

 

Content providers want to help community papers

March 13, 2017

If your newspaper is looking for some extra content, there are companies out there ready and willing to help, but there is a cost involved—sometimes.

 

Use of syndicated content remains steady Good Coverage

March 13, 2017

The amount of syndicated content used by community newspapers has stayed fairly steady, according to a non-scientific survey done by Publishers’ Auxiliary.

 

WA paper works to monetize its Facebook page

March 13, 2017

We recently started upping our game at The Omak-Okanogan (WA) County Chronicle in terms of video, launching a weekly newscast that includes local news, weather and sports, but we were lacking one important thing on our Facebook page—advertising.

 

ISWNE calls for entries in its editorial contest

January 5, 2017

The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors is accepting entries for the 57th annual Golden Quill editorial writing contest.

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