|Content at delphosherald.com just a click away for readers|
|Friday, December 13, 2013 9:04 PM|
BY NANCY SPENCER
DELPHOS — Delphos Herald online readers may have noticed a change to delphosherald.com in the past few weeks. When clicking on a story, where the additional text had appeared to a subscriber and an invitation to subscribe to others, readers are now offered a question to answer to read the remainder of the story.
“Just by answering a survey question, readers can now access our online news content at no charge,” Editor Nancy Spencer said. “College students, snowbirds and former residents can keep with their hometown happenings, including sports, local government and school news. The Delphos Herald and delphosherald.com is the single-best way for Delphos and tri-county residents to stay informed.”
The simple exchange opens the website to the reader for that day, excluding the e-editions. The questions are noninvasive; for example: “Have you used a professional lawn care service in the past five years?” Click “yes” or “no and the remainder of the content for that item appears.
In addition to breaking news, the website is updated daily with local news, sports and community happenings. The online photo gallery offers thousands of photos from sporting events, school events and community activities.
“Our photo gallery is enhanced weekly and includes hundreds of local faces,” Spencer added. “If you saw a Herald photographer at an event, chances are there’s a photo gallery online. So, if you missed that special picture of a loved one, we may have captured the moment for you.”
The photo gallery button is in the top right-hand corner above the Facebook icon.