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Archives


so easy you'll wonder how it's done


One of the greatest benefits of the Internet is your ability to archive your editorial. Certainly your Web visitor can search your editorial by word, but often they are looking for an item they saw on a particular date.

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The public sees your archive dates and the lead stories (click for larger version)
With Linear Publishing, your editorial is archived by date in a descending order. With each issue date, there is a brief list of the top stories from the front page. By clicking on the date, your reader is taken to that issue as it was published.

Essentially, the archiving process is automatic. Whenever you advance to the new issue, the old issue is added to the archives. The process takes about 15 seconds.

The value of your Internet site compounds as the information you produce accumulates on your Web site. As your Web visitors can search your archives, obituaries, editorial lists and more -- your value on the Internet increases. Of course, the archives can also be entirely subscriber based.

Use Linear Publishing to enter and archive issues from the past. Keep in mind, at approximately 10 seconds per editorial item, you can put up a past issue in no time at all.

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times newspapersWhen 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.

Randy Drilingas, Creative Manager
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