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What Publishers have to say about the SmallTownPapers News Service:

Thomas Guengerich, Publisher/Editor of the Mountain Mail in Socorro, NM said of SmallTownPapers:

For a couple hours a week, any newspaper can post their stories to a great website that is user-friendly and full of great hometown stories. This is a cost-effective way to reach a new market, generate more traffic to a newspaper website and further 'brand' a news title. Eventually, we may make some residual revenue from having our archives on the Web but the exposure and feedback we receive through this service is invaluable.,”

Jim Hensley, general manager of the publishing group New Century Press, Inc., in Rock Rapids, IA underscored the local connection to national news:

When we see a national news story the focus is almost always on the largest metro area affected. But frequently it touches small town America. Soon the new SmallTownPapers News Service will provide that connection and I believe it will offer an exciting new tool to make community newspapers even more valuable to our readers,” he said.

Small towns create the best news in the world and in the past this news has been overlooked by the larger media,” said LuJane Nisse, publisher of Latah Eagle in Moscow, ID. “With this service we will be able to get our news out to a wider audience and bring more of a spotlight to the towns we serve.

George Wallace, publisher of the Brooke County Review in Wellsburg, WV noted the community aspect of the news service: “As I get more involved in the concept of the news service I feel that it can be a very important part of our editorial content. Expanding the talent pool in this manner is both economical and should offer stories of great interest and broadened information. I also think it will be great experience for our staff people. I look forward for the new possibilities.

We are the backbone of families, of small business,” said Cyndy Slovak-Barton, publisher of The Free Press in Buda and Kyle, TX “. why not have a service that looks at what life is really like in small towns?

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