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At Linear Publishing, we say that 90% of your print advertisers do not need Web sites, but 100% have information they would like to be available on the Internet. Because Linear Publishing allows you to supply home pages at virtually no incremental cost, you may find more people want Web sites than we originally predicted.

Clients can easily select their site features (i.e. menu backgrounds, page colors and visuals). They can include as many web pages as they want in their site (limited by how many pages you allow them). Best of all, their other information from your site (calendar events, coupons, bulletins, etc.) also become part of the their site. As they make changes to their information (or you make changes), these changes are immediately on both sites!

Clients can add pages, edit pages and change their site features at any time. While their site does not have an address (i.e., their information is located on your Web site where it will be found -- the same reason they put their information in your print publication.

Domain names such as can be assigned to a client's site, but there are annual fees involved with name registration on the Internet. More likely, you'll work with your client on the address to go directly to his page.

Best of all, you can give client's web sites within your website. Countless pages of their own design, plus their calendar listings, coupons and other information from your site.

Click here to see an on-site example.

Click here for an example using a horizontal menu.

Our Quick Site feature wild build all the CSS styles and containers to launch a client site in seconds. link arrow Click here for a sample of a 5 page Quick site opting for a horizontal menu.

corydonI've had a great experience with Linear Publishing. The system was easy to learn, and Greg and his staff are always available to answer any questions I may have.

Our readers are apparently liking the results, too, because our visits to the web site have tripled this year.

Chris Timberlake, Web Development
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