New Website Re-Invents the Newspaper Industry

Top Quote launches an on-line business model for newsprint previously never seen. Combining Internet technology and platforms with recently developed engineering to print short-run newspapers for the general public, the website offers free tools, templates, graphic design, national syndications and a host of other services that facilitate the lowest prices ever offered. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 02, 2011 - Combining internet technology with the world's oldest media was a complicated challenge, but after three years of research and development, "" has finally launched its evolutionary website - offering, for the first time since its invention, short-run newspapers to the general public.

    The current model of the newspaper industry has been in trouble for a long time and many typical daily and weekly newspapers have already closed their doors. But one kind of newspaper, the "niche" newspaper, has been thriving by taking their cue from magazines; consumers want to read hard-copy that specifically brings news, tips, articles and information about specific topics, inherently offering comfortable reading over a cup of coffee, a meal, from an easy chair or even more intimate rooms in the house (you know where we mean) without having to fire up and search from a laptop or cell phone.

    And, with hard-copy newsletters suddenly finding their way back into circulation (e-newsletters were found to be easy to delete, bypass or lost in spam), the newspaper design is not only cheaper and larger than a newsletter, but the format allows credibility, professionalism, and even the opportunity to sell advertising to recoup costs or even make money--something that's very hard to do with a typical newsletter.

    The problem, in the past, is it's been impossible to offer short-run newspapers in a way that a printing plant can survive--that's why it's never been offered before…until now., their new technology also facilitating the lowest prices ever offered, now brings this idea to the masses offering short-runs from 100 to 50,000 to businesses, churches, non-profits, schools, and even individuals for things like self-publishing, reunions, anniversaries and holidays.

    The unique programming on the site offers a free online publishing program (design and save without cluttering your computer or having to own expensive software), free templates, inexpensive national syndications, stands, direct mail, even free content, and a variety of other services to accommodate any need or want a person or organization might have, including knowledgeable customer service to ensure a pleasant and satisfying experience.

    For more information, contact:
    Gary Wagnon, VP, Web-Marketing
    2114 West Grant Road, #141
    Tucson, AZ 85745, USA
    Phone: 520-344-2919
    Email: sales ( @ ) makemynewspaper dot com
    Company web site:

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