The most important part of this project is the people that represent the various Communities as Community Newsletter Editors. As a starting point we have concluded that small is good, and that we have most to contribute to a Community that has but a single Postal ZIPcode. More than that, and our services are not as special and valuable and consequently our essential CRAMES model is incomplete.
The responsibility that the Editors have is to listen and record the large and the small goings-on in the Community and to submit their news weekly for posting on the Community Website so that it can be enjoyed by everyone.
This Editors work is completed by folks that love their Community, and believe in the value and quality that is life in small town Nebraska.
In addition to the thanks, recognition and support from the Community itself Editor's may be eligible for a weekly stipend. In larger communities that have a Principal Sponsor for funding, Editors receive a small stipend to help with their weekly expenses. Regardless of the Communities size; Editors/Caretakers receive 5% Ad Revenue Share - Effective 7/1/2017 - Ads that are purchased on our 16 Community Websites will have 5% of the ad revenues set asside to help the Editors continue the work of creating the Weekly Community Newsletter. Stipend Payments are also made to Community Editors in Communities with a Principal Sponsor on the following schedule: Editor Stipends are Paid $25 per Approved Newsletter Due at 8:01am Central TIme each Tuesday Morning for posting on or before 6am each Wednesday morning.
Preferred submission would be Monday Afternoon so that changes or acceptance issues can be handled, corrected and re-submission can occur before the deadline. Stipends are Payable on Last Wednesday of the Month at the end of the day via Check. Unless arrangements are made to pick up the check, it will be mailed that evening. Arrangements can be made by calling 866-932-4774 to pick up a check in Louisville.
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