Saturday, 18 August 2012 09:06
New Advertising options on Louisiana site, Bayoubuzz
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Target your advertising dollars to a terrific online audience without paying sky-high dollars.

You can do it now with Bayoubuzz.com

Ever since Bayoubuzz’s major technology overhaul, our visitor traffic has soard.  target

What does this mean to you?  Now, we can offer to you dramatically-reduced prices with low CPM than ever before with our Gold and Silver ad packages at a fraction of what other advertisers might be charging.

Here’s more:

Why advertise on Bayoubuzz.com?

For starts, Bayoubuzz.com is the “Buzz of Louisiana”.  It has been for over 12 years.

It’s about and for Louisiana;  It’s the first-ever online and leading statewide publication read by Louisiana business's and governments' movers, shakers and decision-makers and tens of thousands more.   They read the “Buzz” its statewide news, information and commentaries.   It’s their sense of community.

Bayoubuzz provides news about government, politics, business, entertainment, sports, law, health and medicine and local news and information about New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Alexandria, Shreveport and other Louisiana towns and cities.

Take a look at our latest Bayoubuzz advertising offerings


 

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