MPS is your representative for Missouri newspaper advertising. We can help you place advertising such as display ads, classified ads, inserts and online ads in any number or combination of newspapers and newspapers websites. We'll help you develop the list and, if needed, we'll even produce your ad. Then, we'll ship the materials with insertion orders to the newspapers on your list. After publication, you'll receive only one invoice listing each newspaper and its charge along with tearsheets or an affidavit as proof that your ad ran. We save you money since we pay for all phone calls, postage, packaging/handling and related charges once the order is received.
Simply the most efficient way to run a multiple-state newspaper campaign. Never again will you spend hours, days or even weeks trying to price your newspaper's rates faxed to you promptly. Just send us your ads. We'll place them in any combination of newspapers NATIONWIDE!
See rates nationwide for Classified Networks.
Mark Nienhueser - Advertising Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Monday August 29th
Nearly all newsrooms monitor digital metrics, but many miss out on opportunities to learn from the data they collect, according to a new survey of news editors and directors by the Engaging News Project at The University of Texas at Austin. Overall, 87 percent of news organizations monitor website metrics like page views or unique visitors, according to the survey of 525 editors and directors from U. Link
Thursday August 25th
The Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame in Columbia, Mo., will induct four award-winning innovators and teachers of photography and journalism on Oct. Link
Wednesday August 24th
NNA’s 130th Annual Convention and Trade Show, held at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs in Franklin, TN, will address pressing business objectives of community newspaper owners, publishers and senior staff with educational sessions and peer sharing activities. Register today! Link
Use digital tools to aid, not replace, solid reporting | https://t.co/2v5fBghdYs
Tuesday August 23rd