Flyer Online Blog : January 2017

Celebrating 20 years of the Felixstowe Flyer magazine

Celebrating 20 years of the Felixstowe Flyer magazine Each month we aim to give you tips on the best way to market your business. This month we are celebrating 20 years of the Felixstowe Flyer magazine. This was the very first Flyer Magazine we published back in 1997. Since then the Flyer magazines have gone […]

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The rules governing copyright

The rules governing copyright Each month we aim to give you tips on the best way to market your business. This month we are also offering you a word of caution. As publishers of both magazines and also printed material we are well aware of the rules governing copyright infringement. However our advertisers might not […]

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Local content

 Local content Each month we aim to give you ideas of how to make your advertising pound work harder. We’re also aiming to make you more marketing-savvy when it comes to where you should be advertising and how to do it. Last month we talked about being sure the advice you’re getting from your marketing […]

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Advertising requirements.

Advertising requirements. Each month we aim to give you ideas of how to make your advertising pound work harder. We’re also aiming to make you more marketing-savvy when it comes to where you should be advertising and how to do it. Last month we covered checking with your publisher just where their magazines are actually […]

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Readership verses delivery

Readership verses delivery Last month we talked about checking the number of magazines which are actually being delivered by the publication before you choose to hand your hard-earned money over. We distribute 83500 Flyer magazines each and every month. We also explained what the difference is between the Readership figure quoted and the Distribution figure […]

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The World War I Soldier

World War I Soldier We sailed to Le Harvre in a cattle boat. It’s a wonder we arrived, she could barely float. I was ready for war as I ran down the ramp, For I had been trained for six weeks at camp. We were allocated billets in bits of farm spreadings, Many never saw […]

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