Greetings to advertisers…

Advertising executives marketing a publication are often caught in a cyclic conundrum. Advertisers and advertising agencies say ‘see us after a few issues’ but no issue can come out without advertising! It is a proverbial Catch 22, with success assured to those who deliver the promised quality. Indian Newslink, like any other newspaper, sustains itself on advertising and has been…

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This newspaper has a lot to learn

Indian Newslink richly deserves its reputation of being the preeminent Indian newspaper in New Zealand. This standing is based on many years of operation, the quality of reporting, the breadth of topics usually covered, originality for examining issues of the day and high standard of production. Indian Newslink has branched out into supporting Indian businesses through its promotion of Business…

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Technology begins stampede on print media

Indian Newslink, a South Asian community newspaper is celebrating its 14th anniversary this week, and I wish to congratulate the publication on this occasion and appreciate its achievements since its inception. A community newspaper, often provided free of charge, has many objectives, apart from driving income for its proprietor(s). A community newspaper primarily highlights what is going on in our…

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Community papers gather greater relevance

As a regular reader of (and an occasional contributor), Indian Newslink, I am happy to share my feelings about the paper on its 14th anniversary. Most readers will agree that Indian Newslink is a wonderful, punchy, high-quality newspaper. As a former newspaper and magazine editor, I can state with some authority that Indian Newslink is better than most community newspapers…

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