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Multimedia advertising packages now available

 

Last updated 6/5/2008 at Noon



FALLBROOK — On the heels of Village News, Inc. winning awards for multimedia editorial coverage, advertisers are being offered new multimedia products in addition to print and Web advertising.

“We are excited to be able to provide a one-stop shop for print, Web, video commercials, uploading press releases to the Web, slideshows, online maps to businesses and links to their present Web sites,” said publisher Julie Reeder. “If they don’t have a Web site, our multimedia page provides a professionally written profile, photos and generally great positioning in the search engines.”

These multimedia Web pages on the Internet allow businesses to take advantage of the high Web traffic generated by Village News Web sites, including http://www.thevillagenews.com, http://www.myvalleynews.com, http://www.fallbrook.org and http://www.my-sourcebook.com. Combined, these sites generate more than 250,000 unique visitors each month and millions of page views.

For businesses with an established Web presence, this service will link and drive traffic to a current Web page and also serve as a secondary Web page for press releases and keeping customers up to date.

For businesses without a Web page, these multimedia pages will provide an affordable Web presence. The pages are designed to be user-friendly so that the bulletin/press release section can be uploaded with fresh content as often as the customer chooses.

By combining marketing consultations, print advertising and online advertising, businesses can stretch their yearly advertising budget to get maximum exposure through different mediums.

The most basic Internet-only packages start at $25 per week. Basic Internet and print packages can be as low as $50 per week. Rotating premium packages with Web banner ads that appear on every page are available in a limited supply and are “first-come, first-served.”

An example of a basic Internet and print multimedia package could include a page, with a professionally written introduction “bio” or story, a photo, a video commercial, a button ad on the Web site with a link to the multimedia page and 52 weeks of print advertising.

Along with directly reaching readers, print advertising can help drive traffic to Internet pages.

For more information call (760) 723-7319 and ask for a marketing representative. For an example of a multimedia page, visit http://www.thevillagenews.com/multimediapage.

 

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