HOLIDAY GUIDE 2019!
We invite you to partner with East Greenwich News and join our HOLIDAY GUIDE to help folks enjoy the holiday season and shop local!
Be part of a special, prominently displayed and promoted section on East Greenwich News dedicated to helping our community enjoy the holiday season in event planning, decorating and gift giving.
Allow us to help promote your business via the East Greenwich News Holiday Guide which will be live and continually updated through December 31, 2019!
We will encourage our readers to keep checking in for new additions!
- Reach the hyper-local East Greenwich audience.
- East Greenwich News has over 16,000 unique views from your potential customers each month.
- Provide up to 85 words copy and the URL link to direct consumers directly to your website/webpage of your choice.
- The cost is $25 to be listed with up to 85 words copy and your url link, $50 includes thumbnail photo. Use copy to promote your business as you wish geared to holiday season! Want to change out photo/wording mid campaign? Just $10 charge.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 401.578.2079.
About East Greenwich News
East Greenwich News, a local, independent, nonprofit online news source, is committed to building an informed community through thoughtful, relevant and objective reporting about the people, places and events in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
East Greenwich News Is Growing
In order to better serve our community, East Greenwich News has embarked on a strategic growth plan. We plan to expand and enhance our coverage and increase our readership. Together with a strong board of directors and our new director of sponsorship, we are inviting community businesses and organizations to support us while gaining exposure to our engaged, influential and growing readership via Sponsor Ads.
Why Place a Sponsor Ad on East Greenwich News?
Becoming a sponsor of East Greenwich News is an important step in your online strategy. Readers come to East Greenwich News for information they can’t find anywhere else – from the latest restaurants on Main Street and local real estate offerings to what’s happening at Town Hall and the schools, as well as police and fire news. And because we are online, readers can access news wherever they are – at a desk or on the go. Our attractive, intuitive site gives readers quick access to breaking news and thoughtful analysis that keeps readers coming back throughout the day. Access them via our sponsor ads.
Online messaging offers benefits no print ad can deliver:
- Link to your webpage. Potential customers can immediately learn more about your business/organization.
- Quick updates and campaign changes; promote your latest message without hassles and runarounds.
- Repeat viewing; if you buy a print ad, you pay for a single ad on one page. Put your message in the online rotation of East Greenwich News and your sponsorship will appear on multiple pages, many times a day.
- Inexpensive rates; reach a growing audience at a fraction of the cost of print media.
- The more successful we are, the more affordable your sponsor ad gets! Unlike many sites, we don’t charge per reader impression, so your banner will rotate in its slot all month long. Individual banners are displayed an average of up to 20,000 times per month — many, many more on a busy news day and this exposure will only expand as we grow.
East Greenwich News delivers. Right now, we have more than 16,000 unique visits a months And our traffic is growing rapidly. Importantly, our readers are hyper-local to the community of East Greenwich.
East Greenwich News has an active and growing social media presence with nearly 2,500 Facebook followers, more than 1,200 Twitter followers and growing Instagram presence. In addition, our newsletter is delivered to more than 1,100 subscribers at least three times a week.
East Greenwich News attracts influential, affluent, educated readers who are engaged in their community. Our readers include opinion leaders who can help magnify your message. East Greenwich News lets you efficiently reach this discerning audience.
Some East Greenwich demographics:
- The median family income in East Greenwich is highest in state of RI, $146,234.
- 36.2% of East Greenwich households have children under 18.
- The median age in East Greenwich is 44.6.
- More than 13,000 people live in East Greenwich.
We believe in supporting local businesses – that’s why we keep our sponsorship rates affordable. Getting the word out about your business or organization is difficult in a media-saturated world. Partner with us to reach our audience of involved, engaged East Greenwich readers.
Your business or organization can reach these readers with a sponsor ad on our home page or in our stories. We can accommodate varied formats, sizes and video. Ask about our interactive advertising technology that lets you create and update ads from your social media site. Your post to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter can become an ad that reaches people who are not yet your fans.
Plus, we can monitor and communicate to you the performance of of every ad.
To learn more about the benefits of placing a sponsor ad on East Greenwich News, send an email to ML Formisano, our Director of Sponsorship, email@example.com.
Thank you to our 2019 Sponsor Advertisers
(This list is updated weekly.)
All that Matters
Back to Basics
Bone Appetit Dog Store
Chef-a-Roni Fancy Foods
The Curiosity Shop RI Escape Rooms
Greg Dantas, RI Real Estate Services
David Soscia, RI Real Estate Services
Distinctive Window Designs
East Greenwich Chamber of Commerce
Four Brothers Pizzeria & Restaurant
Greenwich Bay Sailing Association
The Green Door
Jenny and Julio
Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International
The Nook Coffeehouse
Properly Worn Fine Men’s Consignment
Quidnessett Country Club
The Revival East Greenwich
Rocky Hill Country Day School
The Savory Grape
Scribe, Calligraphy and Classes
Silver Spoon Bakery
South County Hospital
Sundance Massage and Wellness
Susan Clough, Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International
Taste Buds Kitchen
The Terrace on Main
Therese Vezeridis, Residential Properties
Thorpes Wine & Spirits
Tio Mateo’s & Greenwich Bay Gourmet
Vistas on the Trail
Wildwood Nursery & Garden Center
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