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EDITORIAL REPRINTS

Turn Your Article into a Custom Reprint


For more than 40 years, NorthBay biz has provided readers with thoughtful and in-depth coverage of the world of finance. NorthBay biz magazine and NorthBay biz.com offer a proven and effective tool for marketing and sales efforts. This award-winning editorial content can work for you. Custom reprints are offered for any article in NorthBay biz magazine or on NorthBay biz.com.

 

Customization options are available that will let you tailor a reprint to your needs. Reprints can be customized in almost any way imaginable. Please don’t hesitate to ask. Here are a few of our offerings:

 

  Media kits for press, stockholders,  
        and employees
 
  Direct mail pieces
 
  Sales Presentation aids and
        leave-behinds
 
  Product Launches
 
•  Promotional material at trade shows
 
•  Highlighting Success
 
•  New product announcements
 
  Investor Relations
 
  Miniprints/Postcards
 
•  Plaques/Posters/Framed Prints

  

 

 Electronic Reprints

Electronic reprints, or eprints, allow you to place NorthBay biz content right to your company’s Website. The option allows you to share 

important news and information with your clients.  Any articles reprinted from NorthBay biz magazine or NorthBay biz.com must be reprinted in their entirety, and no changes may be made to the editorial content. NorthBay biz magazine copyright information will appear on all reprints.

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To take advantage of this cost-effective marketing opportunity, call (707) 575-8282 or e-mail reprints@NorthBaybiz.com.

 


 

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Conscious Capitalism

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KSRO News Talk

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Employee Owned

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