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Print ads: Relics or Revenue Generators?
Remember print ads? Those dusty, musty, fusty old relics of the century past?
Well, they’re still with us, and if your company isn’t running them in
newspapers and magazines, they probably should. Despite the ubiquity of
commercials on radio and TV; despite the onslaught of banners, pop-ups and all
manner of intrusive online ads; newspapers and magazines are, and always will
be, a mainstay forum for mainstream advertising.
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