March 13, 2015
Missouri Press Service is very excited to offer a new Online AD Network, which launched March 1. The benefits to your paper are huge: 1. Additional revenue streams 2. Create additional credibility for your newspaper website 3. Fill an online need 4. Save time and money 5. Offset decline in classifieds The first piece of this service will be a rectangle box, standard size on most websites. Our initial program will be a statewide network buy. The participating papers will be included in the bonus pool, just like the other statewide networks, and paid out every six months. We also will be offering individual newspaper online buys, based on the advertiser choosing the papers in which they would like to advertise. Now for the best part! Once we place an advertising code on your newspaper website, we can do all the work for you. We create and format the ad size, place the ad on your site, and take the ad down when needed. Missouri Press Service is getting requests from industries such as hospitals, gaming, trucking, employment, and many more. We would appreciate your support in our NEW Online AD Network. The statewide Online AD Network works like this:... continued...
August 13, 2014
Calling all sales reps! The Spooktacular contest is back, starting this August through October! This is a great opportunity for your sales representatives to earn extra money and compete for a grand prize of $500. The earlier you start, the more cash you can earn!Sell a Statewide Classified for $350 and your newspaper keeps $150 Sell a 2x2 for $1,200 and your newspaper keeps $600 Sell a 2x4 for $2,400 and your newspaper keeps $1,200 Sell a 1x2 Statewide Display for $599 and your newspaper keeps $249 Sell a MIghty MO Classified ad for $850 and your newspaper keeps $127.50 In addition MPS will pay the SALES REPS a $25 BONUS for EACH AD SOLD! Salesperson with the most ads sold will win the GRAND PRIZE of $500.
Click on the image to enlarge for details. Questions? Don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or 573.449.4167.
April 24, 2014
Thank you to everyone who came out last week for Missouri Advertising Managers Annual Meeting! We hope you enjoyed the meeting and we appreciate your participation! Click here for a slideshow of pictures from MAMA.
March 21, 2014
For the month of April, Missouri Press Service is offering an ad contest to Missouri newspapers.
Sell into any of our programs shown below and receive points for each ad sold in Missouri. After the last run on April 27, MPS will add up your points and you will be paid $25 for each point.
Missouri Statewide Classifieds = 1 Point25 Word Classifieds- Sell a 25 word ad for $350Your newspaper keeps $150 and sends MPS $200
1x2 Statewide Classified - Sell 1x2 ad for $599Your Newspaper keeps $89.95 and sends MPS $509.05
2x2 / 2x4 Display Ad Network = 2 Points2x2 Full State - Sell a 2x2 ad for the full state at $1,200Your Newspaper keeps $600 and sends MPS $600
2x2 Half State - Sell a 2x2 ad for half the state at $700Your Newspaper keeps $350 and sends MPS $350
2x4 Full State- Sell a 2x4 ad for the full state at $2,400Your Newspaper keeps $1,200 and sends MPS $1,200
2x4 Half State- Sell a 2x4 ad for half the state at $1,400Your Newspaper keeps $700 and sends MPS $700Mighty MO Classifieds = 3 PointsMighty MO- Sell a Mighty MO Classified at $850Your Newspaper keeps $127.50 and sends MPS $722.50
March 7, 2014
Among speakers will be Carol Richer Gammell. Gammel served as associate publisher for MacDonald Classified Services from 1986 until December of 2001. She has been a speaker at more than 350 newspaper conventions and has conducted training workshops and onsite seminars for newspaper advertising sales professionals at more than 800 newspapers in the U.S. and Canada.
Don't forget to register today!
Friday March 27th
MPA wishes the happiest of birthdays to Kristie Williams, our Membership Services Director! Kristie handles a myriad of tasks, from planning our annual convention and trade show to organizing MPA memberships! Thanks for all that you do, Kristie! Link
Thursday March 26th
"Newspapers contribute to the fabric of the community by driving local conversation, creating shopping habits, and informing the public of local events, said Paul Kasbohm, senior vice president/chief revenue officer of the Star Tribune. 'If anyone's going to win in the local marketplace, it should be newspapers. Link
Thursday March 26th
Here's a throwback from our 1989 Better Newspaper Contest! Don't forget that the entry deadline for this year's BNC is NEXT TUESDAY! http://bit.ly/1DGInYh Link