Makemynewspaper.com Expands to Europe, Broadens U.S. Printing Network

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North American Internet pioneer Makemynewspaper.com, offering short-run newspaper printing to the masses, continues growth model in and out of U.S.

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All we’re doing is putting the newspaper back into the hands of the individual,” CEO Patrick Carson explains. "We're the 'printed" social media.

Makemynewspaper.com has partnered with UK based Jarrold Media, a UK and Western European market specialist using cutting edge digital printing technology, to launch their short-run newspaper service for European consumers. Domestically, the company has also added yet another U.S. printing facility to reduce shipping costs and turn-around times for their customers.

"Europeans, like our U.S. customers, will now have the advantages of being able to quickly, easily, and very inexpensively order short-run newspapers for themselves, their schools, small businesses, charities, churches and other organizations,” said Patrick Carson, CEO of Makemynewspaper.com. “We greatly anticipate our product to be as universally successful across the pond as here in the United States.”

Carson also confirms that the expansion of their printing centers across America is an unquestionable benefit for all involved, “These regional printer facilities allow us to continually drop transport fees and boost speedier delivery times for our expanding customer base, as well as help raise our capacity levels in terms of pure volume.”

Makemynewspaper.com rocketed into the dying newsprint world about a year ago, accomplishing an unheralded new growth model for newsprint using the Internet--95% of their clients are new and created customers. In a printing industry rampant with bankruptcies and historical declines, the exponential success of Makemynewspaper.com is proving more than a statistical anomaly…their Internet model is establishing a blueprint for the future of newsprint.    

President David Biggs offers, “A huge part of our achievement is the professional format that a newspaper allows even in a short-run. The pennies per copy, larger design and format are attractive, but the ability to share those costs—or even make money—through selling advertising space is a huge benefit to our customers. Only a newspaper intrinsically offers these advantages while promoting community involvement, even if you’re only printing 100, or 1,000, or 5,000 newspapers. Also, the 'niche' newspaper is where all new market share is not only available, but greatly desired by users and readers alike. We're servicing a productive and creative need in what we do, not just promoting a new concept."

"We're the 'printed' social media,” capitulates Carson.    

Because of the simplicity of their free Online Designer™, Makemynewspaper.com has made a turn-key proposition for anyone who wishes to publish a newspaper without purchasing expensive publishing programs. Wedding papers, comic books and even wrapping paper have been published through Makemynewspaper.com from all across North America, thus the need for additional regional printers. Further, their platform has enabled a myriad of entrepreneurs to start their own niche newspapers in communities across the country with the added benefit of creating many new jobs--which the company is extremely proud of in these tough economic times.

“All we’re doing is putting the newspaper back into the hands of the individual,” CEO Patrick Carson explains, “and while the larger daily or weekly newspapers persist in using a dying business model, we are promoting and expanding newsprint across the world by the millions of pages…even if it’s only one newspaper at a time.”

About Makemynewspaper.com:
Makemynewspaper.com helps individuals, businesses and non-profits print affordable short-run newspapers; offering a free Online Designer™, templates, content, and more at the lowest prices in the industry.

Contact:
http://www.makemynewspaper.com
2114 West Grant Road, #141 Tucson, AZ 85745
sales(at)makemynewspaper(dot)com

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