In a year (decade?) when many newspapers are closing because everything “is online now” I had to smile when I was looking at some old client correspondence (August 2012)….

Hi Andrew, Just to let you know that all (replacement Deeds) arrived this morning safe and well, many thanks to you, we are truly grateful. The service and expertise received from yourself and “Elite Titles” has been second to none, no dramas or problems just great value and professional service from start to finish. I can honestly say that, on that day 10 years or so ago when i first read about “Elite Titles” in the paper and contacted you for the first time, you instantly banished any doubts i may have had. Obtaining our seated titles from “Elite Titles” has been one of the best decisions we have ever made. If any of your customers ever read this and are wondering “should they go for it”, take it from me you will not REGRET IT. Very Best Wishes to you and Elite. Regards
G – UK – August 2012

Of course our correspondent was referring to what he had read in 2002.  In 2026 I wonder how much “printed press” there will be on the shelves or will it have all gone online.  Personally I like the feel of a newspaper!  It’s an expensive business publishing and now that so much advertising is put on the internet it looks like a business with a limited lifespan – that is unless there are many like me who will continue to support “print”.

Long live the newspaper!

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