Saturday, October 9, 2010

Did You Know…

...that you can have a newspaper column, website column, or blog ghostwritten for you each week? Have you ever seen a column in the newspaper and wondered how that individual had the time or expertise to write a column that you read and enjoyed each time it appeared? Well, SYNDICATED AD FEATURES, INC. has the answer and has the expertise. In this blog, we will attempt to tell you what is available and how easily you can participate in this proven and exciting marketing tool.

Since 1967, SYNDICATED has been writing weekly columns in 38 different categories, one or more of which could be applicable to your business or profession.

Columns from each series are leased exclusively to one client for appearance in a local newspaper’s circulation area or on your website or blog, and are contracted for on a first-come, first-served basis. A weekly column establishes you as an “EXPERT,” someone people will recognize and have confidence in. Readers will not only know who you are, but they will REMEMBER the services you offer. You will benefit from having your name consistently repeated in front of the public in a prestigious manner. Because the message is educational, informative, and DIFFERENT EACH TIME, readers will appreciate and look for your column. Inquiries will increase, and more people will be attracted to your office or place of business. You will also benefit from the economy, flexibility, and convenience of this program. While columns are prewritten and mailed or emailed to you as much as four weeks prior to publication, you retain FULL EDITORIAL CONTROL and can make changes and insert additional public relations messages as desired.

In addition to the syndicated material mentioned above, our agency does something that NO ONE ELSE in the United States has been able to do with as much expertise: We also write a specifically designed, personalized closing paragraph that matches each syndicated column and is also DIFFERENT EACH WEEK. This paragraph might include an explanation of your specific services and areas of concentration, etc. A “tip” at the bottom of the column that relates to that week’s topic is also included and is an excellent attention-getter. When added to the syndicated copy, it appears as though the entire article is written by the individual whose picture and by-line appear at the top of the column. Click on the link below to visit our website and see further details and sample columns.

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