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Marketing with Intention means getting your message to the right people at the right time with our Eye on Business page, not screaming at your customers.

Our Eye on Business page gives you the ability to blog, offer events, sales, add unlimited pictures, a video, and promotions. In short, it amplifies your message by giving you a flexible platform that is searchable. The Eye on Business page is your starting point! Racine County Eye has an average of 55K Unique visitors to the site each month.

Click here to read about the importance of lead generation.

Eye On Business Features:

  • Your Pro Level Business Page
  • Meet The Merchant ad on home page
  • Promotions featured on home page
  • Events featured on home page
  • Calendar accessed through tab on home page
  • Newsletter mentions to our select subscribers

Your promotions and e feed to our promotions feature, and we share these with our 17K Facebook Followers. Frequently updating your page, at least once per week, increases your optimization in a search.

We know your time is precious, and there are always too many tasks to accomplish each day, So Racine County Eye is offering you our services to help build, maintain, and update your page so that your content stays fresh and your search optimization increases.

By responding to this email, your business is eligible to upgrade your Business Page to Pro Status and Racine County Eye will manage the page for you and include you in our weekly newsletter for just $125 per month.

Sign for a full year and we will provide a 300 X 250-pixel ad for your business for three months ($900 value) Limited to the first 10 businesses.

Click here to see how we use those business pages to keep our audience engaged around their interests.

Contact us today

Trudy Coombs

Racine County Eye

410 Main Street

Racine WI 53403

262-930-3831

tcoombs@racinecountyeye.com

Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.