by Pat Hammond on Tuesday, November 21, 2017
I am giving away FREE Homepage Ads for the entire month of December!
Starting December 1st I will be posting free ads for local businesses on the Queen City Buzz homepage. This is your opportunity to share a graphic link to your website, social media or promotional landing page, and it's completely FREE.
Instead of asking why you should take advantage of this offer, how about asking why not?
It's a win/win.
Two of Google's criteria for ranking websites are relevance and quality of content and one of the ways they measure that is by tracking how many times your website and content are linked and shared. When you post your ad link to Queen City Buzz you are not only reaping the benefit of being linked to the only small business blog in southern New Hampshire dedicated to promoting and supporting local businesses but you're reaching our entire audience and all of the people who follow us on social media.
Have you ever taken a close look at the supermarket ads?
Half the stuff in their weekly flyers is listed at regular price.
The point of advertising is to get noticed so you can drive sales, not to sell stuff at crazy discounts.
And before you say you don't have time to come up with an ad graphic, I've got you covered.
It's great if you have a graphic you want to share, but not a requirement. I can easily put together an attractive, branded ad for you. I'll even send you the graphic so you can share it on your own social media accounts.
Why would I do that? It's my gift to you.
All you need to do is send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words Holiday Ads in the subject line.
The email should include:
If you don't have a promotion:
It should also include your contact info in case I have any questions.
It doesn't matter if your business is B2C or B2B, if you are running a promotion or not, I want to hear about it.
This is free advertising people, it doesn't get any better!
Editor & Queen Bee at Queen City Buzz
***Note: I have a web hosting agreement like everyone else and reserve the right to edit or decline ad content that may be in conflict with my web host's terms of service.