January 28, 2015 - Interlink participates in Texas convention
Interlink Client Solutions Representative Larina Hollivay, left, and Senior Sales and Marketing Manager Helen Sosniecki recently traveled to Galveston to the Texas Press Midwinter Conference and Trade Show. They visited with dozens of customers and potential customers during the two-day tradeshow.
January 27, 2015 - Interlink launches Knowledge Base
We are pleased to announce the launch of our online resource center, Knowledge Base, found under the recently added Support & Learning menu option. At Interlink, we are committed to providing the tools and information you need to ensure managing your circulation responsibilities are as effortless as possible.
To that end, you’ll find articles on managing your reporting needs, plus how-to articles designed to give you specific instructions on features in the Circulation program. Additionally, you’ll discover articles to assist with troubleshooting and also information on subscriber and delivery management options.
While we’re sure you’ll find the Knowledge Base valuable and convenient, we continue as always to offer one-on-one assistance by phone with our client solutions team.
January 19, 2015 - December 2014 Community Journal Newsletter
Enjoying circulation conference
Interlink customers Bill Knight, center, publisher of the Quitman County Democrat in Mississippi; Adam Prestridge, publisher of the Columbian-Progress in Mississippi; and Columbian-Progress production assistant Susan Amundson visit during a break at the ArkLaMiss Circulation Conference in Vicksburg last month. For additional photos from the conference, click here. Interlink photo/Helen Sosniecki
What to do when electronic documentation (eDoc) fails
Abandoning hardcopy postage statements in favor of electronic submission offers several advantages to newspapers, not the least of which is welcomed convenience to both publishers and Post Office employees alike.
But what happens when the ‘e’ in eDoc stops working?
January 6, 2015 - Rural mail will suffer with more mail plant closures
By John Edgecombe Jr.
Publisher, The Nebraska Signal, Geneva, NE
And President, National Newspaper Association
A friend of mine from South Dakota noted that the U.S. Postal Service delivered a lump of coal to many small towns last Christmas when it proceeded to eliminate overnight mail in most of the nation in 2015. That was a good description. USPS will slow delivery officially by one day for First-Class and Periodicals mail. Many members of Congress have asked it to hold off. But USPS is plowing ahead.
It is time for lawmakers to consider how rural and small town mail is suffering.