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Placements for 2015 in Augusta Free Press: The Magazine

Augusta Free Press: The Magazine will hit newstands in January 2015 and will be offered bimonthly. AugustaFreePress.com launched in 2002 to provide news and information to people throughout the region online.


Power Hour: AFP leads class on Event Strategy

Need help with your marketing strategy or planning a successful event? Join Augusta Free Press at the Power Hour at Panera Bread in Waynesboro for our series of one-hour business classes.


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Herring announces $3.8 million settlement with Sirius XM Radio

Virginia customers of Sirius XM Radio may be eligible for restitution under a settlement to resolve claims that the satellite radio company engaged in misleading advertising, billing, and cancellation practices.


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Small businesses will need to rethink Facebook strategy

The change with Facebook that has been slowly coming for the past two years will solidify in January with the virtual end of so-called organic reach for business messages.


Advertise in the Y Magazine: January 2015 issue

The Waynesboro YMCA is set to release the next issue of the Y Magazine in January, and there is still time to include your ad!


Final Augusta Free Press Power Hour classes of 2014

Need help with your marketing strategy or planning a successful event? Join Augusta Free Press at the Power Hour at Panera Bread in Waynesboro for our series of one-hour business classes.


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American Red Cross, Suburban Propane partnership expansion fuels blood donations

The first “Fuel Your Community” campaign between the American Red Cross and Suburban Propane in October helped collect thousands of lifesaving blood and platelet donations.


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VDOT advertising for construction bids on Route 29 improvement project

The first project in the Route 29 Solutions package advanced toward construction Monday. VDOT advertised for construction bids to improve the Route 29/250 interchange in Charlottesville.


Veteran journalists bring magazine back to Shenandoah Valley

Augusta Free Press: The Magazine will hit newstands in January 2015 and will be offered bimonthly. AugustaFreePress.com launched in 2002 to provide news and information to people throughout the region online.


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Gap narrowing, but it is enough? New poll has Warner up only seven in Senate race

After leading in polls in the summer by as much as 25 points, Sen Mark Warner is up just seven points on Republican Ed Gillespie in a new poll out Friday from Christopher Newport University.


Reserve space now in Augusta Free Press: The Magazine

Augusta Free Press: The Magazine will hit newstands in January 2015 and will be offered bimonthly. AugustaFreePress.com launched in 2002 to provide news and information to people throughout the region online.


Ebola: What we’re doing right

Based on the media reports on Ebola as it relates to the two people who have contracted the deadly virus inside the United States, you’d think that the government is bungling us into a pandemic, or worse.


Reserve Space Now for the 2015 debut of Augusta Free Press:The Magazine

Augusta Free Press: The Magazine will hit newstands in January 2015 and will be offered bimonthly. AugustaFreePress.com launched in 2002 to provide news and information to people throughout the region online. We’ll take our brand to print with the launch of the full-color Augusta Free Press: The Magazine.


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Gov. McAuliffe and Steve Forbes host celebration of release of Virginia section in 2014 Forbes 400

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced this week the release of a Virginia advertising section that appears in the 2014 Forbes 400 magazine issue. The Governor and Mr. Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media, hosted an event in New York City to celebrate the advertising section.


Augusta Free Press: The Magazine to debut in 2015

We have exciting news at AFP! From the publishers of the Virginia Press Association award-winning magazines, The New Dominion and The New Dominion Tourist, comes a new magazine for the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia.


Register online for Advertising 101 class from Augusta Free Press

What do you do to get your word out? TV, radio, newspapers, online advertising: there’s a lot out there for us to use to promote our businesses, but how do we know we’re getting the best bang for our bucks?


Augusta Free Press produces video for Fishburne Military School

Augusta Free Press produced a web video for Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro featuring the school’s Annual Blessing of the Colors at a special event on campus in Waynesboro, Va., on Sept. 17, 2014


Augusta Free Press debuts new website for EGS & Associates

EGS & Associates in Staunton, Va., has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press offers social media, business marketing class

Need help with your website, marketing strategy, social media, or planning a successful event? Join Augusta Free Press at the Power Hour at Panera Bread in Waynesboro for our series of one-hour business classes.


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Staunton Creative Community Fund becomes KIVA Zip trustee

The Staunton Creative Community Fund has partnered with the non-profit Kiva Zip to expand their loan offerings for small business in the Shenandoah Valley.


Social media, web, print, TV, radio, all working together for small business marketing

So you have your television, radio and print ads over here, and then over there, you have what you do online on the web and social media to promote your business, and never the twain shall meet.


Waste Management Awards keep Virginia beautiful with Think Green® grant

The Waste Management Think Green® Grants are part of the environmental services company’s commitment to encourage the development and sustainability of environmental solutions that improve community environments.


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Facebook says no to self-defense ad, says it promotes violence?

An independent consultant for Damsel in Defense was blocked by Facebook from using the social-media platform to promote her like page. The reason: the page, according to Facebook, “promotes violence.”


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Tips for buying firewood

When it comes to buying firewood, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) has two pieces of advice.


Augusta Free Press redesigns website for Waynesboro YMCA

The Waynesboro YMCA has a brand new website with a project completed by Augusta Free Press. AFP worked with Y staff to review websites for YMCAs across the country to get a sense of the best design features currently on the market, then worked to incorporate the best design and functionality features of the top websites into the new design for the Waynesboro Y.


Augusta Free Press launches new website for Barren Ridge Vineyards

Barren Ridge Vineyards has a new website with a project led by Augusta Free Press. The website award-winning vineyards features information on the wine offerings, allows customers to purchase their favorite Barren Ridge wines online, and also provides details on upcoming events.


Augusta Free Press designs fall magazine for Waynesboro Y

Augusta Free Press LLC worked with Waynesboro YMCA staff to design a full-color, 16-page magazine highlighting fall programs at the Y.


Marketing 101: Horse, then cart, not the other way around

The most clever of clever campaigns from the maddest of marketing mad men can’t paper over deficiencies that may be existing in your current operations. The horse, in other words, needs to go before the cart, or you’re throwing your marketing dollars away.


Augusta Free Press launches new website for Fishburne Military School alumni

The Fishburne Military School Office of Alumni Affairs has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press.


Stretch your advertising dollars: Hire a marketing pro from Augusta Free Press

You don’t need to hire a full-time marketing coordinator. Bring the experience of the Augusta Free Press team to work for you – for a fraction of the cost. For as little as $499 a month, AFP will devise a comprehensive marketing strategy for your business and manage it for you from start to finish:


Augusta Free Press announces Fall 2014 web, marketing, advertising classes

Need help with your website, marketing strategy, social media, or planning a successful event? Join Augusta Free Press at the Power Hour at Panera Bread in Waynesboro for our series of one-hour business classes.


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Wrestling Beat: TNA on Spike after September, Orton punished, or Ziggler being pushed?

Randy Orton punished, or Dolph Ziggler being pushed? It’s neither, so the conspiracy theorists can go back to finding more evidence that a CM Punk comeback is imminent.