Archive for April, 2014

Slimp: Getting it right

By: Kevin Slimp Download PDF Version What we can learn from six small papers in Nebraska So many topics, […]

Sell Anything. To Anyone.

To effectively sell, you need to passionately believe in the products and services you’re offering.

Ad-libs: Widgets and ad choices

Let’s say you’re considering the purchase of a new widget. Your current widget is working okay, but you know that there have been some new innovations lately and you’d like to see what’s available. So you go to a meeting which features widget manufacturers.

NNA, mailers group says PRC erred by allowing postal rate increase

A broad national coalition of organizations representing users of the mail argued last week to the U.S. Court of Appeals that the Postal Regulatory Commission erred when it granted a $3.2 billion postage increase to the U.S. Postal Service last year.

Henninger: Time to take a close look

By: Ed Henninger As I’ve been working with various press associations recently, I’ve added another service: one-on-one design evaluations […]

Pumarlo: Set ground rules now for barrage of election letters

Election season poses a host of questions for editors as they sift through the natural upsurge in letters. For those in the midst of spring elections, editors are likely making many decisions on the fly. For the primary and general elections later this year, it’s not too early to set the ground rules.

Digital Diagnosis: We need a new email server!

We need to make a change, but find the choices confusing. What are other newspapers using for a host for their email server?