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Our Best Sales Team

Have fun perusing our Web site and ogling the many features. We try to offer just about any solution, but we won't be there until our customers say it. With each customer we change the system to meet their unique requirements - those changes are also immediately available to our other clients. Want to know how we do business? Ask our clients.
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Smiley Pete

Multiple Kentucky publications looking to share a Web site. Each URL links to it's respective publication within the site.more marker
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22nd Century Media

This client has five individual Web sites. Most of the content is managed from a single site where editorial, photos and calendar events are targeted to one or more of the individual sites.more marker
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Santa Monica Daily Press

Years of historical pdfs were a challenge for this client. Linear custom designed a soltuion for addding new pdfs while allowing an easy navigation to the publications rich archives.more marker
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Coupons 4 Indy

No newspaper. No news. No classifieds. No obituaries, - just coupons. Proof that a local website can generate good money.more marker
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Appen Newspapers

Multiple suburban Atlanta publications wanting complete design control and a wide rage of features. They found their solution with Linear Publishing.more marker
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Times Newspapers

They knew they needed to upgrade their Web sites, but lacked the technical expertise on staff. Enter Linear Publishing.more marker
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Black and White

This twice-monthly publication is located in Alabama. Their principle concerns when creating their Web site was the ability to control all aspects of the design.more marker
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Great 8 Newspapers

This group of eight (8) Colorado newspapers wanted to share a Web site. Sharing some content, but each pub has its own home page.more marker
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Corydon Democrat

The Corydon Democrat is a classic customer looking to have their existing production personnel repurpose the print product for the Internet. Little time, little money but a valuable community asset.more marker
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Indys Child

With monthly publications located in Indianapolis and Cincinnati, Midwest Parenting Publications was looking to the internet as a medium for sharing internal information among their offices.more marker
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Port Jefferson

This group of 6 new york area newspapers wanted six individual web sites which could be maintained from a single source.more marker
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Maui Time

Aloha. MauiTime is an alternative newspaper with a readership very atuned to the Internet. They needed up-to-date Web deatures like RSS, Podcasting, Serach Widgets and more.more marker
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Peninsula Pulse

An Arts and Entertainment publication in Wisconsion. Relying on Linear's Calendar and Directory functions to export content for their print publication.more marker
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appen newspapersWe have worked with Greg now for about ten years. I expect we'll continue for another ten. When I need help on one of our sites I pick up the phone and call Greg. He fixes it. It is about that simple.

Ray Appen, Publisher
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