SMALL BUSINESSES, BUY LOCAL

Bristow Beat Offers Affordable Holiday Advertising to Local Small Businesses

Encourages readers to buy local, support small independent businesses

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Dear Local Merchants,
 
The Holidays only come around once a year, and it is important to maximize your exposure to potential clients. That is why BristowBeat.com, the local online news site for the Gainesville area, has created a holiday advertising option designed for small businesses. 
 
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As the owner of a local, independent, mom & pop business, I enjoy assisting our community's small businesses to thrive, which is the reason I created the gift guide last year.
 
Our Holiday Gift Guide provides our 30,000+ frequent local readers with information about your business! Not only that, but you receive your own 'story' page on our news website (great for boosting your SEO.)
 
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On your story page, you can showcase five (5) of your recommended gifts or experiences, along with photos of those items, and your local or storefront. 
 
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The page also allows you to link to your website and social media page and other ways to find you, such as your store address or events in which you will be participating. 
 
 
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We will share your page on our website, within our home page Community or Lifestyle section, and on one or more of our specialty pages, such as Food or Lifestyles. Plus, we will promote it on social media to our 20,000+ followers. 

 
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The cost is only $100 to run from now until January 5th, and you can make a split payment if preferred. 
 
If you are interested in participating or receiving more information please email stacyshaw@bristowbeat.com. Note, there is an additional cost if we write copy for your page. 
 
Thank you for your time, and I hope to hear from you soon!
 
Stacy Shaw 
 
Stacy A. Shaw
Co-Founder/Executive Editor
Bristow Beat, LLC

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