October is readership month at LDN
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We said we would expand our news story base by
20 percent come Oct. 1, and it seems we did a little better than
that. Although some days have more important news than others, we
are comfortably slipping into this expansion.
Our next goal is to continue to expand local stories even more.
During the month, we want to tell you a little about our plans, give
you tips on how to maximize your enjoyment of our publication, as
well as how to get the most out of it.
Lincoln Daily News in many
ways is like a giant electronic spider web. And with all spider
webs, there are many ways to get from one spot to another. As an
example, at the top of our front page is a row of redirect buttons
that let you go directly to what is of interest to you.
Sports: Click the sports icon. Rural Review: Just hit that button
and there you are.
Of course you can take the long, scenic route through LDN by just
scrolling on down and reading any and all the news you care to. We
hope for the most part you do it that way and look from time to time
at the great sponsors who have been supporting us and allowing us to
offer over eight years' worth of archived community news free of
We would also appreciate hearing from you about anything
concerning LDN. Tell us about your favorite story. If you live a
good distance away, drop a message and say hello to your friends
still in the community. Perhaps you just want to say a few words
about what we are doing here at LDN and won't mind sharing them with
the entire world.
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Remember we are asking for your thoughts and opinions that you
don't mind sharing. If you just want to say something to us
privately, please type that your comments are not for publication so
we know not to post them.
We thought this might be of interest to some of you, so we offer
you a chance to go back in time with us and take a look at our first
publication that went online:
We have all come a long way together, and it is through the
efforts of employees past and present and by the good graces of our
sponsors that we are what we are today. But we are far from
finished. We believe that we have just begun.
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