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PaperFreePress takes all the hassle out of further distribution of your title.

 

Overview

PaperFreePress takes all the hassle out of further distribution of your title. 

 

Features

  • Paid or Free Subscription Services
  • Republish support through Issu, Scribd.
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ABOUT

Big colour magazines are great to flick through, but in paper-based form they are expensive to produce and distribute and readers, advertisers and the environment pay the price.

helps you get your information to your audience in a more efficient and effective manner - via digital magazines ('digizines') produced in the (industry standard) Adobe PDF format.

The benefits are clear:

  • lower costs
  • faster, targeted distribution
  • no print-run guesswork
  • ideal for niche-markets
  • effective click-through ads
  • environmentally sustainable

You can publish online for around $2/page, administer your subscribers with ease and manage your whole publishing workflow online, all through Paper Free Press.

Browse through our list of services and decide for yourself if we can help you work more efficiently and effectively.

Paper Free Press can help position your organisation to reap the rewards and avoid the pitfalls of the new world of digital publishing.

 

Paper - circa 400-2050 AD: A material derived mainly from trees. Outlawed due to massive world deforestation

 

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