Non-Profit Agencies Find New Revenue In Short-Run Newspapers; Launches New Vertical Website

Top Quote announces the launch of, a vertical website designed to bring awareness to the use of short-run newspapers for non-profit, religious and charitable organizations. The low cost, coupled with the ability to generate funds through ad sale revenue and provide a source of education, have made niche newspapers an attractive medium. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 04, 2011 - Tucson, AZ - announced today the official launching of their new vertical website, "," to facilitate the growing demand for short-run newspapers from religious organizations and charities across North America.

    "We've tripled our faith-based publications in just the past month," says CEO Patrick Carson. "The switch from newsletters to newspapers is proving especially beneficial for those organizations that need more content space, lower costs and a more effective method for community participation."

    Pastor Greg Baker of Greeley, Colorado describes why he publishes his Christian Quarterly through, "In the more than ten years I've been pastor of my church I've never experienced anything even close to the effectiveness my newspaper created. As a result of the first issue alone I had more new people come to my church and call my office than any other form of publication I've ever tried."

    Until now, religious and charitable organizations who communicate through print media had few choices. Mr. Carson explains why Pastor Baker and others are enjoying such success; "Flyers, newsletters and brochures just can't compete with the larger design and lower price afforded by the newest technology for short-run newspapers." As President David Biggs notes, "A huge part of the success is the professional format that a newspaper allows…the opportunities for cost-sharing is inherent in a newspaper through advertising within each publication. If you sell a few advertisements, your publication costs you nothing. Sell a few more, and you can actually make a profit while promoting your interests. Only a newspaper intrinsically offers these multiple benefits."

    Pastor Baker confirms. "We published our newspaper while paying nothing because we sold sponsorship ads. In fact, the local community has embraced our newspaper so well we've not only covered our costs for every issue we'll publish the rest of the year, but we also have extra money for important causes and programs our church believes in and now can sponsor. "

    "The ultimate success of these organizations using short-run newspapers, "Mr. Carson continues, "is that these niche newspapers are actually proving to be incredibly effective in creating local awareness in a way that's never been offered. All we're doing is putting the traditional newspaper back into the hands of the individual. While the large daily or weekly newspapers are continuing to decline, the smaller theme oriented newspaper is rapidly expanding in the local marketplace. "

    Many of's customers share their accomplishment with like organizations. Pastor Baker has influenced other pastors from Colorado to Ohio to publish their own newspapers with similar success. "It works in every way possible to help me spread the message I was called to share," Pastor Baker says, "So I'll tell any pastor who will listen that they need to publish a newspaper of their own for their own communities."

    About enables individuals, businesses, churches, and non-profit organizations to create and print short-run newspapers at the lowest prices in the printing industry. The company offers a free online designer, pre-built templates, in house and syndicated content, display stands, direct mail delivery and more; now anyone can publish their own short-run newspaper for only pennies per paper.

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