The Hilltops Phoenix in Parliament
Apr04

The Hilltops Phoenix in Parliament

A great mention in NSW Parliament last week by Ms Katrina Hodgkinson (Cootamundra – Parliamentary Secretary). “I congratulate the new publication within my electorate – the Hilltops Phoenix, which is a sister paper to the Forbes Phoenix, the Parkes Phoenix and the Canowindra Phoenix, and covers the zones of Boorowa, Young and Harden. I congratulate Publisher Cheryl Newsom, Editor Debra Clarke and Reporter Joshua Matic for putting...

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Blayney and Villages Visitor Guide

The inXcess team has been busy consulting to the Blayney Shire Council in Blayney NSW on putting together the Blayney and Villages Visitor Guide. #warmwelcome #historicvillages   inXcess was responsible for all sales and advertising in this publication.   If your council would like to put together a new and exciting Visitor Guide get in touch today!   Check out the Visitor Guide online...

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Social Media – the new #BFFs of Newspapers
Feb27

Social Media – the new #BFFs of Newspapers

While the stats on digital audience show growth, how much can be attributed to social media? In a recent article in the Newspaper Association of America, Sean O’Leary somewhat obviously suggests that social media is integral to how we communicate, share and gather information today. Just look at The Washington Post Twitter account. It drives an average of 275,000 tweets per week and has a follower base of 2.52M, which arguably...

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7 simple tips for salespeople
Feb27

7 simple tips for salespeople

It’s about the basics after all. 1. Make a good first impression. It is vital to make a good first impression, quickly. Look sharp, speak well and it goes without saying, be polite. This is how you will be remembered. You won’t necessarily have the chance to recover from making a bad first impression. 2. Have a positive attitude. People subconsciously want to be associated with others who have an overall positive attitude.  Now, we’re...

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Regional Rules
Feb27

Regional Rules

Did you know? Regional Australia is a market bigger than Sydney and Melbourne metro, combined! And despite what you may think, regional consumers have similar consumption patterns when it comes to major and household purchases. “While National and Metropolitan titles provide a window on the wider world, Communities connect Metro dwellers into their suburb and Regionals help shape the identity of the area.” – Simon Baty. 18 Feb,...

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2014: Major Events for Newspapers and Publishers
Jan29

2014: Major Events for Newspapers and Publishers

66th World Newspaper Congress · 21st World Editors Forum · 24th World Advertising Forum  Date: 9th – 11th of June, 2014 Location: Torino, Italia Join the most significant gathering of the world’s press and discuss the hot topics of the industry: The potential growth in digital revenues How to navigate the digital disruption Innovation: from ideas to impact The exponential growth of video and mobile How to engage with the...

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