5 Small Words That Can Save Newspapers From Oblivion
Do you like your morning newspaper?
I mean the print kind.
I love mine.
I read three print papers every morning over coffee: The Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
But maybe not for long.
- 528 U.S. newspapers went belly-up between 2009-2012.
- 18,300 newsroom jobs have been lost since 2007.
- Print editions of U.S. newspapers lost 25.5 million readers.
- Newspapers make $40 billion a year less from ads than in 2000.
Is your paper next?
You Are Invited to...
Click here to discover the five small words that can save newspapers from oblivion.
These five words should be hard-wired into the DNA of every publisher, editor, journalist, freelance writer, ad manager and creative director in the world.
Or they can ignore them and adapt their résumés for some other industry.
What These 5 Small Words Can Mean for You
Arthur Brisbane—the great editor of The World and The New York Journal-American—said: "Good writing is easier to read than to skip."
You are invited to click here and see how these 5 small words can make everything you write a delight for your readers. I'm talking about your:
By the way, I am not selling anything.
I just love my three morning papers.
Click here to discover these five small words.
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