Success Stories

Success Stories

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Content That Works has been awarded the Owler Hot in 2015 Publishing Award!

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Rod Serfoss, publisher of the Clinton (Okla.) Daily News, discusses his  first-ever holiday magazine, how it was a huge hit and why he couldn’t have done it without CTW.

(Pictured left to right: Katie Sharon - President of Fort Walton Beach Rotary Club, Andy Corbin - District Grant Chair for Fort Walton Beach Rotary Club, Diane Winnemuller - Publisher for Northwest Florida - West Region of GateHouse Media LLC, Jan Pooley -- Assistant District Governor for District 3,Aaron Webber -- President Elect of Fort Walton Beach Rotary Club).

Diane Winnemuller, publisher, worked with local Rotarians to secure a $9.6K grant to help fund Kid Scoop News the monthly magazine for kids.

Kid Scoop blog

Read enthusiastic quotes from teachers all around the country who use Kid Scoop News as a successful teaching tool and declare that it promotes literacy and a drive for children to want to read.

LedgerIndependent

For 5,600 circulation Ledger-Independent,

$3,000 in unplanned October revenue is a big deal.

Here’s how CTW’s Surviving Breast Cancer helped.

KOAA Case Study

Blue Star Recyclers powered up the story

of its mission and its value to local taxpayers with a series of

six CTW-created native ads on KOAA.com.

Post and Courier Video

The Charleston (SC) Post and Courier will generate more than $300,000 this year between native advertising and products from CTW.

KOAA Blog Interview

KOAA-TV serving Colorado Springs generates $13,000 monthly from local native advertising.

Kid Scoop blog

Kids Scoop News touts major success from major sponsorships from the Sioux City Journal.