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Progress to launch new E-Edition

By NANCY WHITAKER

Progress Staff Reporter

PAULDING – The Paulding County Progress is pleased to announce the launch of our new Web site and our new e-Edition (“electronic edition”).

Starting Feb. 3, readers will be able to see the complete Progress online by going to the Web site at www.progressnewspaper.org and clicking on e-Edition. The icon is near the top right corner.

“The Web site and e-Edition offers a new vehicle for us to deliver our terrific local content and deliver results for our advertising customers,” said Progress publisher Doug Nutter.

The e-Edition of the Progress is a complete online edition of the print edition of the paper. This includes all news and sports articles, photos, columns, court news, classifieds and display advertising. You can read it from anywhere you have Internet access.

Everything that is published in the weekly newspaper will be made available online to e-Edition subscribers.

The e-Edition will be free to Progress subscribers. If you are not a current subscriber to the printed version of our paper and only want the e-Edition, the cost will be $25 per year.

All users will need a user name and password, which will be provided by the Progress by calling 419-399-4015. Subscribers will be able to customize their user name and password after entering the site.

The visually compelling Web site was built with the best opened source software programs available and is user friendly.

The e-Edition is especially convenient for subscribers who live out of state or may have some issues in timely delivery.

The Progress currently has a limited version of the Web site on which readers can see a few selected stories from the newspaper plus breaking news posts. There’s also links to sign up to follow the Progress on Twitter and Facebook.

Check out the Progress Web site at www.progressnewspaper.org and read all the news online starting Feb. 3.

If you have an interest in being an advertiser on this updated Web site, please call 419-399-4015 and ask for Doug.