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Show readers the importance of a high school diploma for success in today's job market cannot be overemphasized. And while the U.S. graduation record rose to its highest-level last year, nevertheless there are still 34 million American adults who do not have a high school diploma.
The Ad Council, in conjunction with the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, teamed up with NAPS to help promote FinishYourDiploma.org, a resource to help people get started in finding classes that can help them obtain their high school diplomas. In “Success Stories Prove That No One Gets A Diploma Alone,” readers are encouraged to share their stories via #FinishYourDiploma
This feature got 1017 known placements, including 111 in print. This appeared in all 50 states, with a readership of 12 million and on sites with 73 million unique visitors cumulatively. About 50% of placements were in the top 50 markets, 57% were in the most populous third of the states and 41% were in the wealthiest 25% of states. The article was viewed 567 times on our site.
Traffic to the FinishYourDiploma.org website increased exponentially and allowed many people to investigate ways to finish high school and achieve that all important diploma. The Ad Council noted that the Dollar General Literacy Foundation saw an uptick in its website traffic and requests for further information.
NAPS provides an easy, cost-effective method of getting your story out to nearly every newspaper in the country and thousands of online publications. Instead of just covering the same top publications everyone else in America is trying to get into, you give your top story to practically all of America’s mass media outlets, in a format editors can easily use immediately. We cover America’s 10,000 newspapers with over 200 million in cumulative circulation, about 167 million of which are in the weekly community newspapers.
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