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Advertising on social media channels makes sense, but it can be a lot of work. Leverage your social media presence to the 21,000 people that like our Facebook page. Here are four ways to connect.

Facebook ad targeting

Send us your 1,200 x 628-pixel ad copy, your URL, and three keywords to denise@racinecountyeye.com. Price includes 25,000 impressions but can be purchased in higher quantities.


Friends2Follow ad

Maximize your social strategy with our Friends2Follow ad, which takes all of your business's social media stream and makes it a live ad on our site where it can be seen by thousands of people every month. Choose from several sections: Food & Drink, Shop Local, or real estate. Monthly rate: $150. Want more than one month? Email us at denise@racinecountyeye.com for special rates.


Pin your online or in-person event

Send us your event. We'll post it on our Racine County Eye Facebook page and the Racine County Eye news website. Email it to krish.colon@gmail.com


Google ad targeting and retargeting

Need to target your ad to a specific audience? We can take your ad creative, put it on the Racine County Eye and retarget that ad throughout the web. Sold in packs of 25,000 impressions. Send the keywords to denise@racinecountyeye.com


Other advertising products

Marketplace listings

Don’t advertise, engage Having a presence on a credible and authoritative news website helps with search rankings, which means people will find your business quicker. But our marketplace listings are different. They don’t just give our readers a snapshot of what you do, it connects the things you are already doing with social media, events, […]

Local display advertising

Need to connect with local display advertising, but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it? Racine County Eye doesn’t charge on a CPM. That means our ads have a lot of value built into them. Monthly ad rates. Want more than a month? Clients who sign-up for 12 months will receive […]

High school sport

High school sports advertising rates

Southeastern Wisconsin loves high school sports. If you are looking to connect with teens or their parents, here’s your chance to connect. Starting in August 2021, Racine County Eye will feature regional high school sports stories on our app called the Wisco Huddle. Features include plays and scores, the game of the week, and player […]


Restaurant advertising: Just Eats

Just eats: a foodie guide paradise We’re making restaurant advertising easy, flexible and engaging. Southeastern Wisconsin is home to outstanding restaurant experiences, which is why we are introducing our Just Eats pages. This is a bundled advertising package that pairs our unique social media ads, a business directory page, and our seasonal spotlight web-based app. […]

Wisco Summer Spotlight

Wisco Spotlight advertising campaign

The Wisco Summer Spotlight, a web-based storytelling project around Wisconsin events, eateries and retail establishments, has officially launched. This easy-to-use web-friendly app is packed with great stuff, things to do, recreation favorites, places to go, sports events, fairs, festivals, and more. We feature business spotlights, best-of lists, and reader picks. Click on the graphic below […]

list your job

List your job with Racine County Eye

With over 60,000 people per month, Racine County Eye readers have a strong interest in employment. List your employment opportunity with us is a great way to connect with those people. List your job on the Racine County Eye jobs board for only $30 per listing. How to list your job with us Submit the […]

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Real estate news

In February, we’ll be launching a real estate newsletter that will feature dashboards with recent property sales, home listings, and average home sales. We’ll also pair our commercial and residential real estate stories to attract the best audience.  People interested in buying a home or sprucing up their current home can sign-up for our exclusive […]

Resources in Racine County

Branded content opportunities

Need to connect to your audience on a deeper more meaningful level? Branded content — which includes naming rights, sponsored columns, social media posts, and marketplace listings will help do just that. Choose from the following sections: Active aging Home Sweet Home Women’s Wellness the Entertainer Finances FYI Healthy Living  Parenting Today Car Care Go […]

submit an obituary

Obituary page advertising

In partnership with Legacy.com Honor your loved one with the timeless tradition of an obituary Provide the community with timely service and memorial details Give friends and family a convenient place to offer condolences, send flowers, and make charitable donations Have an easy way to share the notice on social media Create a permanent record […]

Non-profit and for-profit event promotion

Nonprofit event promotion Nonprofits may submit up to two events for free to our community calendar per month. This applies only if the events are free and open to the public. We can also promote your event either on our front page, have enhanced promotion on our newsletter, Facebook page, and website, or we can […]

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.