Question mark

Questions. We love ‘em. When somebody has a question for us here at Paper Shop, we know that they’re either already advertising with us or thinking of giving us a try. We’re happy to help with and all inquiries, and we’ve found that a number of them are, well, frequently asked questions. Here’s where we take some time to talk about them.

It’s simple: because we like the number four. We’ll post up to four free online pictures with every ad. Commission ads run for four issues. We’ve got four customer service reps.

Nah. We’re kidding. We’ve got no particular affection for four (though it does seem to be a recurring theme, now that we think about it). Our reasons for listing all four digits in the year for a listing is simply this: since we also list antique vehicles, it’s important to differentiate between, say, a 1914 Ford and a 2014 Ford. We could have gotten away with a simplified 2-digit year indicator (i.e. ’14 Ford), but it was inevitable that it would begin to cause some confusion. So to keep it simple, we decided to go with all four digits for every year.