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Don’t miss the Magazine Publishing Institute!

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This is your chance to learn with other publishing professionals on 30 Sept. – 6 Oct.  Don’t just stand by and watch while some 65 Christian publishing professionals from 15 countries gather in Nairobi, Kenya, next week. Find your place at our first conference in Africa. Listen to some of the world’s most respected journalists,…

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8 Ways CEOs can become Chief Encouragement Officers

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By: Ken Gosnell Business appreciation is a paradox. Appreciation is the one employee development tool that costs the business nothing. It is also the one benefit that all employees need and desire. According to Gallup, “Only one in three workers in the U.S. strongly agree that they received recognition or praise for doing good work…

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Did you know that you can join our free mailing list to keep up-to-date on all the resources and training that we offer? We send out emails and occasionally snail mail about our conferences, online workshops, online courses, e-books, video training sessions, and more. You can check our website for all of the new resources,…

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Work “with” instead of “for” your audience

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Vera Fesianava is the Associate Art Director of Noiv Kovcheg (Noah’s Ark) magazine in Ukraine, a Christian publication for children. Their mission is to discover the principles of building a happy family life for parents and children through the knowledge of God and his Word. To view the magazine look them up on Issuu. Join…

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Know Your Typography Terms

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Ever have trouble communicating with others regarding typography? Use these key terms to pave the way to better understanding. ascender – The part of a lower-case letter that extends above the x-height. baseline – The invisible line on which the letters rest. boldface – A heavier version of the normal weight of a typeface. centered – A typographic arrangement…

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Meet the Trainers for the Magazine Publishing Institute

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The trainers are looking forward to meeting you on 30 September at the Magazine Publishing Institute. Each of them is an expert in their field with a heart for raising up leaders in Christian publishing. Hailing from Kenya, Brazil, and the U.S., these trainers come from various backgrounds and publications large and small. Here is…

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The Next Next Thing

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By Carla Foote, Fine Print Editorial What is the next topic you are going to write about after your current project is completed? Not worried about that yet? Thinking about tomorrow’stopic can make you a better communicator today. Communication is a process rather than a one-time interaction. So as a communications professional, you should always…

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Website Creation Fundamentals That Small Business Owners Often Neglect

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By: Klaris Chua It’s becoming hard to ignore the fact that websites present small businesses with enormous benefits. As people become more connected to the digital world, the brick and mortar store isn’t the only option anymore. Creating a website is more effective and trackable in terms of opportunities and results. In a 2017 survey, 92%…

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Early Bird discount ends July 31!

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Save $50 on registration today Registration prices will go up on August 1, don’t miss your chance to get the Early Bird Special discount. Register now. Join Christian editors, publishers, designers, and other magazine staff members from around the world to learn essential steps for successful magazine publishing. The Magazine Publishing Institute will be held in…

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9 rules for effective creative meetings

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By Adam_McLaughlin Remember when you were little and playing a game with the neighbor kids, then they change the rules and say “oh yeah, I forgot to tell about…” or if you’re learning a new game with some friends and they say “I’ll start with the basic rules so we can get the game going,…

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