BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) –The most frequently asked question we receive here at BocaNewsNow.com — aside from “how much will it cost to have my mugshot removed” (answer: nothing, we don’t do that) is “can I pay to have a classified ad, press release or other promotion placed on BocaNewsNow.com?
The answer — effective today — is “yes.” We like money. We like lots of money. We hope you will spend lots of money on this site selling or promoting whatever you’d like to sell or promote.
For $24.99, you can have a press release or extended classified ad placed on the front page of BocaNewsNow.com in our new “sponsored content” section. The Federal Trade Commission requires that we separate paid content from our news section, but you’ll still be indexed in major search engines and your material will be seen by the thousands who visit BocaNewsNow.com every day.
We are the epitome of hyper-local. Don’t pay to reach people who don’t care about you. Our readers are focused on Boca and South Palm Beach County.
While we get up and running with an effective invoicing system, send requests to news(at)bocanewsnow.com and we’ll make it happen. Our articles are read by thousands of visitors every day and almost immediately indexed in the major search engines. It’s a great way to get attention. It’s a fantastic and cost-effective way to promote your goods, your business, or you!
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