Special: Four months of advertising on Augusta Free Press for $500

augusta free pressOur readership continues to grow on Augusta Free Press, and we want your business to feel that love.

We’re offering a one-time deal to you to advertise for four consecutive months for a flat rate of $500 (value: $1200).

Your 300×250 online ad will run in September, October, November and December 2016 for a flat rate of only $500. Your ad runs on our desktop site, mobile site and on our mobile App and may include a link to your website or Facebook page. As a bonus, we’ll also run your ad on our social media sites with a following of 110,000 strong.

Here are our readership numbers as of 4:43 p.m. Wednesday.
Today Visit: 127,697
Week Visit: 1,337,088
Month Visit: 4,629,474
Year Visit: 47,926,372

Our top readership areas include:
Washington, D.C.

No limited number of impressions. You get 24/7 ad space on all of our digital channels – and your placement rotates with other advertisers, so everyone gets equal exposure to our readers.

Prepayment is required by check or credit card. Your payment reserves your ad space on AFP.

If you’ve been thinking about trying online advertising with Augusta Free Press, now is your chance! These ad spaces are going to go fast at this rate!

A limited number of ad spaces are available for this promotion. For more information, contact Crystal Graham at (540) 949-6574 or email at freepress@ntelos.net.

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