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SCS Products Deliver ‘Paperless Office’ to Mattituck Newspapers

Posted by on Jul 27, 2016 in Associate Member Corner | 0 comments

In 2015, Times Review Media Group worked closely with SCS to achieve what always seems impossible: an automated, paperless workflow from sales reps to graphic designers and everywhere in between. This story recaps the journey in great detail and features insights and lessons learned from the newspaper’s perspective.  Not long ago, Wired magazine referred to the elusive goal of a “paperless office” as a “30-year-old pipe dream”. But tell that to the Times Review Media Group in Mattituck, Long Island, where the bins and shelving that used...

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Bookworm Sez – July Associate Member of the Month

Posted by on Jul 15, 2015 in Associate Member Corner | 0 comments

“Mumpsy Goes to Kindergarten.” That’s the first book I recall loving to the point of wanting to read daily. It was a Mary-Had-a-Little-Lamb-ish tale of a kitten that followed its young mistress to school one day (it was against the rules) and I can still remember rubbing its flocked cover all those years ago. It was a cheap (probably 15¢) Rand McNally kids book and it was undoubtedly the best money my mother ever spent. The point is that I’ve always been a Bookworm and for as long as I can remember, in every home I’ve occupied, there’s been a...

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SiteSwan – June Featured Associate Member

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Associate Member Corner | 0 comments

Click, Click, Ca-Ching! That’s the sound of thousands of websites being designed, launched, and sold to small businesses right now by forward-thinking publishers all across the country using SiteSwan. Every small business needs a website. But only 48% of them have one. And of those who do have a website, many are in desperate need of a new one. So we’re talking 70-80% of all small businesses as potential clients. That’s where the “Ca-Ching” comes in. As a publisher, you already have all the key assets you need to successfully sell websites...

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Little Fish Big Ocean – June Featured Associate Member

Posted by on Jun 9, 2015 in Associate Member Corner | 0 comments

It’s 8am, Monday morning … you walk in the door, coffee in hand, ready to start your day. Your Sales Manager is sick today. There’s a note on your desk from your Production Manager. A full-page ad never made it in the issue and a 1/2 page pick-up never got updated. And to top off your morning, the lady that does your billing emailed you that $3,000 was never invoiced last issue because she didn’t get the info from Sales. While you’re probably cringing right now and vowing that it will never happen to you, it can...

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Cooler Ads – February Featured Associate Member

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Associate Member Corner | 0 comments

Tools to Help You Sell More Print Ads.. Guaranteed! By Joe Nicastro, CoolerAds CoolerAds goes back to 1996 when an advertiser of my paper had asked me to drop off a copy of his ads he ran in October (this was August) because he was leaving for Florida and wanted to get his copy in before he left. I forgot to bring them with me when I saw him for his weekly ad copy. He made a comment to me saying ” Can’t you just put my ads online so I can print them myself and give you the changes? That got me thinking and being the web was still...

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Saturation Mailers Coalition – January Featured Associate Member

Posted by on Jan 15, 2015 in Associate Member Corner | 0 comments

In December 2014, President Barack Obama officially appointed Commissioner Robert G. Taub as Acting Chairman of the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC).  Taub succeeds Ruth Goldway who has served as Chairman since August 2009.  Chairman Goldway is now entering her final, carry-over year as a Commission of the PRC and has shared with mailers, and the Administration, her desire to pursue other interests and to not seek re-appointment. Other veteran Commissioners, Nanci Langley and Tony Hammond were confirmed by the Senate to be re-appointed as...

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