Get Your Small Business Featured on VisitingNewEngland
Example of sponsored post: Oliva's Market, Deli, Catering &
Gourmet Gifts, Milford, Mass.
this page with small businesses in New England.
Dear Small Business Owners in New England,
My name is Eric Hurwitz, editor and publisher of VisitingNewEngland.com, and a lifelong New England resident.
I write detailed feature stories about small businesses in New England
and feature them permanently on the VisitingNewEngland homepage as a
sponsored post. I also tweet the articles four times a month on my Twitter
page -- or anything else you'd like to see posted on your small
business. Currently, I have 37,000 followers, so the potential for
visibility is tremendous.
For a one-time, low cost fee with no need to renew again, many businesses find great value in this offer. If interested, please contact me for the exact cost.
For the record, I do
reach out to only a select number of small business in New England and
will turn down money from businesses that I don't feel are a good fit
for our New England travel and vacation site.
I welcome you to take a look at our 70+ permanent sponsors and their pages at Sponsored featured stories on small businesses in New England section
to become better acquainted to the stories I passionately write about
local small businesses. One of my stories on a local market -- Oliva's
in Milford, Mass. -- went viral, being shared 2,423 times on Facebook.
Some local small businesses I have written about: When Pigs Fly in
Kittery, Maine, Pickity Place in Mason, N.H., The Bull Run Restaurant
in Shirley, Mass., Mystic Sweets in Mystic, Conn., The Abbey in
Providence, R.I., CabbyShack in Plymouth, Mass., Hayward's Ice Cream in
Nashua, N.H., The Pleasant Cafe in Roslindale, Mass., The Beach Plum in
New Hampshire and Normandy Farms Campground in Foxborough, Mass.
Stats on VisitingNewEngland article on The Pleasant Cafe in Roslindale, Mass. (from one tweet)...
A Little About Me and VisitingNewEngland
FYI, I have owned VisitingNewEngland since 2001 and am also the author of Massachusetts Town Greens,
a book about the history of town commons in Massachusetts. I also
appeared on WCVB-TV's Chronicle to discuss the best town commons.
VisitingNewEngland.com is not a review site, an expensive public
relations firm, a generic press release mill or a one-size-fits all
approach. It is old school writing in a modern online magazine-like
medium. It works on social media and in the search engine rankings
because I write straight from the heart and with personalized detail.
And VisitingNewEngland has a larger Twitter following than many local
media outlets who can't offer personalization of your small business.
A Win-Win for Your Business and VisitingNewEngland
If you would be able to sponsor us for the one-time fee, that
would be greatly appreciated. It is hard work creating this business --
but this is the work I love -- and any support allows me to keep
growing the site and help people with their New England travel while
bringing new customers to small businesses. This is the work that I
want to do for the rest of my career.
What is the Next Step?
I have some openings in January on a
first-come, first-served basis, but they are going fast due to the
popularity of these New England small business stories. If interested
in having a detailed feature story written on your small business, please email me. From one small local business to another, thanks, and have a great day!
Editor and Publisher
The Thrifty New England Traveler
Massachusetts Town Greens
of sponsored post: Bull
Run Restaurant, Shirley,
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