Black Inkling Tip for Hometown Papers
From Ken Blum
Dear Black Ink readers:
Think your newspaper is just about the prettiest thing in print? Or,
are you prejudiced?
This week's Black Inkling features a well-known expert who will offer
his free opinion - good or bad or ugly and always honest.
Are you ready?
See details that follow.
All my best,
Upload Your Page for a Comment on Design
My good friend Ed Henninger is the nation's foremost expert on newspaper design. Ed offers a wonderful service at his blog - an opinion about the design of any page you wish to submit. There is no charge, and his thoughts are always candid and compelling.
It's simple to submit a page.
Go to: edhenninger.wordpress.com This takes you to the blog.
Click on "How to Submit" at the top of the Web page. It's a simple upload. Make sure to include you name, job title, newspaper and location.
Ed will feature your page on the blog with his comments (and other visitors to the blog are welcome to comment).
Note - At times, Ed is flooded with numerous pages, so be patient. He will get to your page, although it may take a little while.
Thanks and a tip of the hat to Mr. Henninger.
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