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If you would like to reach potential customers in Vermont or worldwide, for a fraction of what it would cost for print, radio or television ads, we can help.
Many of the people who enjoy our articles are tourists, coming to Vermont to see and experience the places and things they see on Vermonter.com. Many are people moving to Vermont, curious to learn about our culture and way of life.
In addition to our website, you also get the benefit of advertising within our social media accounts (with over 12,000 followers), e-mail newsletters and co-promotions with our other web partners. With that kind of exposure, we’ve got you covered!
As you can see from the graph below, Vermonter.com is growing exponentially. After a lull caused by the Google algorithm changes, our traffic is higher than ever before and is climbing higher. Several of our recent articles have gone viral on social media, driving traffic much higher in August and September 2016.
$150 monthly/ $450 per quarter: Text ads on our Vermont services pages (see example) with descriptive paragraph and link to your website and/or social media page. Add a 200 x 150 pixel size image for an additional $25 per month.
Example with image:
$250 monthly/ $750 per quarter: 350 x 300 banner advertisement and link to your website and/or social media page. These ads are placed in the left or right sidebar of the appropriate Vermont services pages or other relevant pages (see example). These ads also include a monthly social media promotion via Facebook and Twitter. Placement on home page sidebar for an additional $100 per month.
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