What would you like us to do next?

Newspaper Club meeting

Earlier in the week we had another two ‘away days’ or ‘planning sessions’ or whatever you’d like to call them. Two days where we all get together, from as far afield as Glasgow, and talk about making Newspaper Club better.

We’ve got some exciting plans and there’s some stuff we’ve been wanting to do for ages that we think we’ll be able to do soon.

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But as you know we like to quieten down for the summer so there probably won’t be much news until September. So we thought this was a good time to ask what you would like to see us do next? Are there any features you’d like to add? And services we should be offering? Anything we could make better? Anything we should do more of? Anything we haven’t even thought of yet?

Leave a comment and let us know.

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World* domination beckons

What with our top secret plans and all, it’s exciting times at Newspaper Club HQ. We’ve just finished working with some of the UK’s top creative minds to create this glitzy corporate video to announce…

announcement from russelldavies on Vimeo.

… the good news that Newspaper Club now ships internationally. Yes, you can now enjoy your own freshly printed newspapers wherever you are in the world. Hooray!

(*Actually, that’s not really true. What we actually mean is we have a system that can automatically get you a price wherever you are in Europe, Australia and North America. The rest of the world will be on the menu soon. But, in the meantime, if you’re somewhere else we may well be able to ship to you, you’ll just have to get in touch for a quote.)

If you’d like to the see how much it costs, just select your country from the drop-down list at the top of the Prices page. You’ll see a total price which includes printing and shipping. All of our prices are in British Pounds, so you’ll need to do the math to get a local price, but that’s the only extra step we ask you to take. Everything else is the same – sign up, create your newspaper online or upload a ready-made PDF, order and pay. Easy!

Turnaround times are only slightly longer than UK shipping. So let’s say 10 days to be on the safe side but in reality your newspapers are likely to arrive sooner than that. Prices for various quantities of our standard 12-pages newspapers are on the list, for anything else please contact us for a quote.

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