Being featured on the pages of The Daily Record is an accomplishment. But it’s only the beginning. Marketing campaigns benefit not only from the strength of the published work, but also from the power of credibility. Reprints enable you to take your editorial coverage from an industry-respected publication and optimize it for marketing purposes. Communicating with reprints, whether hard copy or electronic, adds credibility to your message and helps brand your achievements for effective promotions.
You have choices on how to share and/or display your accomplishment.
1. PLAQUE REPRINT PACKAGES
Mount your feature on a beautiful 8.5” x 11” or 11” x 17” plaque. Choose a black or mahogany wood finish. The feature will be imprinted with a gold or silver trim.
2. MATTED AND FRAMED ART WORK
Showcase your 8.5” x 11” or 11” x 17” feature on a matted frame (available in black or cherry with black, white or blue matting) or double matted frame (available in black or cherry with black, white or bluematting).
3. ELECTRONIC PDF Files
The Daily Record offers this versatile option for clients seeking a “one-size-fits-all” product. It can be posted on your website, sent out in emails or used to print your own hard copies. Plus it can be customized with your logos and photos.
View and purchase hard copy photos at TheDailyRecord.SmugMug.com (or scan the code to the left). Interested in digital copies? Purchase a high resolution JPEG file.
5. MULTIMEDIA VIDEO
Post a video on your website, send a video to clients and use it in your marketing materials.
Our production department will reformat your article and picture(s) that appear in the article. Advertisements and other articles that originally appeared on the page are taken out. We provide a PDF of the final page for approval.
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Articles provided by The Daily Record are for individual use only. This material is copyrighted and cannot be republished, posted online, or distributed to others through any means of communication without permission. The Daily Record reserves the right to approve all promotional usage.