Our most important job is translating the needs of our customers into solutions.
While our web-based software offers numerous components tailored to the publishing industry, we realize that each linear system must be customized to the needs of the customer.
So, we begin by understanding a customers needs. Then, we configure a Linear system designed to
address the client's specific needs. Almost always, this means adapting our solution for each individual client.
Certainly we have strategies for subscriber, advertiser and management control of your Web site, but these are only the foundation for the solution we design for each client.
So, what do we do? We design and host Web sites for publications. We train our customers on operating the Web site.Following deployment, we provide free technical support, comprehensive documentation and continual upgrades.
Our solutions can also include Web-based email, e-commerce, ftp and custom internal management tools. Anything a newspaper wants on the internet -we provide.
So, what does it cost? Each client's needs dictate the cost of a Linear system. On average, our clients spend $300 per month. There are no shared revenue points with Linear.
Are you looking for an internet solution for your publication? Look no further -- look deeper. We view the internet as an opportunity for publications.
An opportunity to cement their community position, strengthen advertiser relations, enhance reader services and create new revenue. Learn more about our vision.
We've provided an overview of Linear's exisitng components. Remember, each component is a starting point for your solution.
Linear Publishing is a leader in providing newspaper websites and magazine websites. Based in Indianapolis, Linear Publishing has been developing their software solution for over 15 years - literally since the birth of the Internet. The Linear Publishing CMS allows a clients to manage articles, obituaries, classifieds, calendars, letters and subscribers on the internet. The software is updated daily to take advantage of new internet offerings. The Developer' Blog provides a resource for clients to stay current on new features added to the system, and the on-line manual is constantly updated to educate as features as employed. Linear's rich content management system also allows a newspaper or magazine to pursue web-based revenue such as coupons, contests and business directory listings. The Content Management System toolset extends to Photo Galleries, Blogs, Podcasts and Commenting. Far from a template, Linear Publishing allows community publications to design virtually any website. Wether a newspaper or magazine, Linear Publishing has the most reliable, customizable solution available. Linear Publishing allows clients to harvest information from their websites - calendar listings, blog entries, comments, letters, business listings and obituaries can all be submitted for your review. Of course all editorial content (stories, obituaries and letters) reside in the archives indefinitely - always available. The content is optimized for the Search engines.Newspaper Websites
We've added a new multi-media feature available to Editorial items and Blog entries. Easily allows users to attach Youtubes, Flash, Audio, Web Pages, Quicktime Movies and extended images.
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When we realized we needed to upgrade our Web site, we knew we could not do it alone. Linear Publishing more than answered the call. All the new features we were looking for were already in place at Linear. In addition, if we came up with a feature not yet available, they created it.
We now publish two Web sites a week in less time than it took us to publish one. The free time has opened me up to explore new ideas and features to use on our site. It's a great feeling when you can get an idea and in no time have it up and running online. Thanks to it's ease of use, our Web site is getting better and better every day.
We are always getting compliments from our readers and advertisers. With help from Linear Publishing, we are becoming the e-voice of the community that we were striving for.