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What’s Up Yukon ads are out for one week! This means your message gets more time in the market compared to traditional newspapers. People are busy today. Once a week distribution ensures What’s Up Yukon and your ads receive consistent readership and consistent content retention. Another benefit, the events content compels readers to reference the events on multiple occasions.
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What’s Up Yukon’s website boasts Yukon’s largest digital cultural archive, most comprehensive events database, and is always updating with the latest stories. We offer modern interactive advertising - no plain static ads for our readers!
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PDF: q PDF file was created using Acrobat Distiller. q The file was distilled using PDF X1/a:2001 settings. q All fonts were embedded. q Security settings were turned off and no encryption was used. q PDF is cropped to correct ad size with registration & crop marks turned off.
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IMAGES AND SCANNING: q Include all TIFF [LZW compression was turned off] or EPS images used in ad (no giffs or jpegs). q Halftone or photo-quality images were sized to 220 dpi for newsprint or 300 dpi for heatset or glossy products. q All line art and line drawings were sized to 600 dpi for newsprint or 800 dpi for heatset or glossy products. q All images have been flattened (no layers). In-house designers should save their .psd files (if used) and include in archived folder for future editing. q All files are CMYK/Grayscale/Line Art (no RGB).
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DOCUMENT: q The ad measures the correct size. q All files have been flattened (no layers). q Ad has a border defined by background or a line. If not, it may be necessary to add one to separate it from editorial. q Ad pasteboard is cleared of old images not used in ad.
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NAMING CONVENTION q Image names should be specific eg. red hat.tiff, NOT generic eg. image.tif q PDFs supplied should reference ad name and date, eg. 150205_Whitehorse Chamber.pdf, NOT whatsupyukonad.pdf
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