BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — In its effort to help area businesses pummeled by the slow recovering economy, MetroDesk Media LLC, the company behind BocaNewsNow.com, announced Thursday that it is offering $25 advertising on its fast growing website. In addition to its traditional “display” advertising availability, BocaNewsNow.com is providing area businesses, law firms, realtors, medical offices, electricians, public relations executives, and anyone who does business in or around Boca Raton the opportunity to publish a press release on the website for just $25.
The press release, which will be identified as part of the BocaNewsNow Community Bulletin Board, will be indexed by major search engines and available to readers indefinitely. Unlike display advertising, press release advertising presents the opportunity to explain your promotion in words, offer links to your website, and provide specifics that a small display box can not.
BocaNewsNow.com, just a few months old, has generated more than 300,000 page views — a virtual gold mine for Boca Raton businesses as readers are primarily potential customers, not people living so far away that they will never visit a business in Boca Raton.
Learn more by clicking here, email, or telephone the BocaNewsNow.com executive offices at 561-235-2810.
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