The wait is over; the digital edition of the Clinton Herald is finally here!
Now you can access a complete copy of the Herald on your computer, smartphone or tablet, and take it anywhere you go. We’re calling this replica our e-edition, and we would love for you to check it out at www.clintonherald.newspaperdirect.com.
We offer a variety of subscription packages, including a free seven-day trial so you can test out all of the available features before you buy. In addition, we’re offering our current print subscribers a special discounted rate. All monthly subscriptions include access to back issues of the paper.
The e-edition looks exactly like our daily print publication and includes complete versions of each page and story. Plus it includes special features to help you customize your reading experience. You can download and read the paper offline, share stories with your friends, and have the paper read to you.
Additional features allow you to comment on articles, translate stories and print pages.
When you access the e-edition website, you will see the five most recently uploaded front pages, along with options to subscribe or log-in. You can then click on a front page to open it in the reading pane. From there, you can flip through pages, select stories to read, and view images.
Subscribers also have the ability to search all available papers and back issues, making it easy to find and read old stories, obituaries and ads.
We first announced the availability of the e-edition on Monday via our website and Facebook page. Already we are seeing an interest in the e-edition with a steady stream of subscribers registering each day. We invite you to join other readers in sampling our newest product.
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Elise Loyola is the Clinton Herald’s digital content editor. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.