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School yearbooks have been dying a slow death. TreeRing yearbooks are changing that reality.
Why? One reason is that social media sites like Facebook, combined with digital cameras have changed our culture, making our mementos more personal. It's said that 96% of students with Internet access use social networking, and that 27% of total U.S. Internet time is spent on social networking sites. So why aren't school yearbooks more personal?
The other, is that school yearbook publishers require schools to commit to a minimum number of school yearbooks. When schools don't sell all of those yearbooks to students, they're often left with a tab.
See how TreeRing yearbooks are making the school yearbook more personal and social, while eliminating waste and cost for schools. You can call it a comeback if you want.
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