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Augusta Free Press has built more than 1,000 websites for clients across the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia.
Augusta Free Press is NYC-bound! Join us in Brooklyn for the 2017 ACC Tournament. Your business can be a part of the action starting at $100.
Can a mobile app benefit your small business? Definitely. But the more important question is: can your small business afford to develop an app?
The Wayne Theatre opened its doors in March 2016, but its marketing relationship with Augusta Free Press goes back well further than that.
The Myers Corner development in Augusta County has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press.
Our readership continues to grow on Augusta Free Press, and we want your business to feel that love.
More than half off your ad on AugustaFreePress.com: $500 for advertising through March 31, 2017.
Building a site that actually makes money seems like a daunting feat, doesn’t it? Regardless, savvy entrepreneurs are making it happen day after day.
A small segment of readers seems to think posting comments to the effect that AFP is “biased” in its reporting might shame the editors into silence.
You don’t have money for TV, radio, big newspaper ads, but you still need to get in front of customers and potential clients. But how?
Augusta Free Press explores social media marketing and offers our tips for success in this week’s Building the Machine class.
The AFP Building the Machine marketing class series continues with editor Chris Graham presenting Mobile Websites 101.
Are you a graphic designer trying to stay well versed in your design software? Want to learn web design? Trying to improve your skills in Microsoft Excel or PowerPoint? Want to learn how to better market your business online?
The latest edition of the Y Magazine, a full-color print magazine featuring information about programs and events at the Waynesboro YMCA, has been published by Augusta Free Press.
We’re all on edge right now because the stock market is going through a correction, and who needs volatility at a time when it was just starting to seem like things were getting back on track, right?
Aren’t we all looking for the secret to getting new business – new customers, new clients? I can let you in on the secret. You’re not going to like it. It involves work – hard work, and smart work.
Chris Richmond/Fishburne Military School: “Chris and Crystal have been truly wonderful to work with. Their commitment to their clients, their expertise in the field and their common sense approach to marketing, advertising and communications made them an ideal fit for our needs. They didn’t try to dazzle us with a string of ad buzz words or hyperbole. They met with us, got to know our needs, learned everything they could about our organization and then set to work helping us promote our school.”
The Summer issue of the Y Magazine, which highlights fitness, child-development and senior programs and activities at the Waynesboro YMCA, is available for pickup at the Y and will be mailed to members in Waynesboro and Augusta County in the coming days.
Valley Pool & Spa has a new website designed and powered by Augusta Free Press. The new site, online at www.ValleyPool.com, features information on in-ground pools, above-ground pools, spas and related products and services from Valley Pool & Spa, which was founded in 1960 and has locations in Waynesboro, Staunton and Harrisonburg.
Augusta Free Press: The Magazine is now accepting placements for our March/April 2015 issue. The full-color magazine offers news with an emphasis on marketing, politics, community, entertainment and more.
You are setting up advertising for your business. Seems simple. You have a budget, and you know what you need. TV, radio, print, maybe some Facebook and Google.
Valley Program for Aging Services has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press highlighting its array of senior services in the Shenandoah Valley.
FanZone opened its doors in Waynesboro in August to begin selling logo apparel for sports teams at UVA, Virginia Tech, UNC, JMU and West Virginia.
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.
Staunton CPA Kris McMackin has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press. The new site highlights the small business services offered by Kris McMackin CPA PC, including monthly bookkeeping, payroll, tax preparation and QuickBooks consulting and training.
Augusta Free Press has produced an informational video for Waynesboro Downtown Development Inc. promoting a WDDI effort to locate an informational kiosk in the heart of the downtown business district.
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.
Jamie Severns has been named Associate Director of Athletics for External Relations, Virginia Military Institute Athletics Director Dr. Dave Diles has announced.
The Summer 2014 issue of the Y Magazine promoting events at the Waynesboro Family YMCA in Waynesboro, Va., produced by Augusta Free Press, is on the streets and on its way to Y members.
Golf Centers of Virginia, with store locations in Charlottesville and Winchester, has a new online presence with a website built and maintained by Augusta Free Press.
Fishburne Military School, a private, all-male prep school located in Waynesboro, Va., is continuing its web and marketing relationship with Augusta Free Press.
Myers Corner, a 139-acre mixed-use real estate development in the Fishersville area of Augusta County, Virginia, being developed by Charlottesville-based Crescent Development, has a new website produced and maintained by Augusta Free Press.
UVA professor Andrew D. Kaufman made a recent appearance on the syndicated daytime talk show “Katie” to talk about his innovative Books Behind Bars program, which brings together incarcerated youth and university students and transforms both groups through the power of conversation about great Russian literature.
Augusta Free Press recently completed video projects for Fishburne Military School and Vector Industries.
Tree Streets Inn in Waynesboro, Va., has enhanced its online presence with a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.