16 ways to keep your internal print magazine relevant and fresh

Even in this age of digital media, print remains pertinent. Here’s why you should consider keeping your print publications, as well as several ways to keep them fresh and interesting.

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It’s tempting to think print publications are old news, defeated by digital.

Is there still a place for print?

There was a time when internal print magazines were a communications cornerstone, a vital channel for sharing news. As times have changed, many organizations have replaced print magazines with digital alternatives or have done away with print altogether.

Scuttling print magazines could be a big mistake. Organizations continue to embrace print magazines for many reasons, including:

Rather than viewing email newsletters or social intranets as the best communication options, many organizations believe print magazines remain a valuable part of the communications mix.

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