Break down the costs, not just the ad count. See link in this article for a sample spreadsheet developed by the paper.More
Research has proven lucrative for Jones Media.MORE
The Times-Picayune's Hurricane Katrina ‘Then and Now’ project uses photography to demonstrate the city’s recovery. Read about this ... and more proven ideas ... in a collection shared by SNPA members.
More than a dozen members contributed to this collection, which formed a portion of the basis for a segment at the News Industry Summit in Charlottesville.
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For the Erie Times-News, LEAP Media Solutions' audience-based advertising revenue development program proves "data doesn't lie."MORE
SNPA members are among the first to hear about a new interactive solution from Curious Marketplaces that will help them drive revenue from items being sold in their community.
Curious Marketplaces gives local newspapers the opportunity to provide residents with a cutting-edge marketplace where they can post listings and securely transact payment for buying and selling new and used items locally. Equally good for newspapers: the cost.MORE
Wonder & Joy: Instead of selling ads ROI, Pat Taylor and his staff in Southern Pines, N.C., focus on selling advertising into one holiday package.MORE
What's your best idea for recapturing the wonder and joy of the holiday season? Share your ideas on Content That Works' Facebook page and check back often for holiday marketing ideas and sales strategies.MORE
Palm Beach Sproutz mobile web-app proves to be a healthy idea!MORE
Bring in the big bucks this May with Mother's Day contests, deals stores and spa cards.MORE
With Memorial Day just a few months away, other newspapers might find this Best Revenue Contest idea to be something that would work well in their markets, too.MORE
Local hospital draws awareness to breast cancer with pink newspaper bags.
Bill Ketter, vice president/news for CNHI, offers these tips for improving local news coverage.
Stealing the value meal concept from McDonald's and the "Have it your way" slogan from Burger King, Creative Circle created some winning house ads for several of its classified redesign clients that saved time in the call center and increased upsell sales at the same time.