Even the Asbury Park Press Advertises on MoreMonmouthMusings!

app ad2The Asbury Park Press wants their readers back so bad that they are advertising on MoreMonmouthMusings!  Their ad sneaked in this morning through a national syndicate we participate in.   We’d have to think long and hard about accepting their ad had they contacted us directly, because we have major reservations about the product they produce.

But, we’ll accept their ad as an endorsement of how well MMM has been able to attract the attention of Monmouth County and New Jersey readers.

To celebrate the endorsement, we’re having a sale.

APP’s ad is offering 50% off on subscriptions for three months.  We promise to keep our content free for three months.

We’re offering 50% off on ads for three months, starting on November 5. We’re sold out until then for most ad packages.  This is a great deal for retailers, restaurants, theaters, car dealers, contractors, real estate brokers, lawyers, accountants and banks, especially as we enter the holiday season.

MMM’s traffic is up 41%, year to date over 2013, and growing.  We’ve already exceeded our 2013 readership by 81,000, and we’re only two weeks into the fourth quarter of the year.

If you want to get in on this great deal, contact Art Gallagher now at [email protected] or 732-208-2240.  Don’t wait.  This offer expires on October 31.



Posted: October 15th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Advertisement, Art Gallagher, Asbury Park Press, Monmouth County | Tags: , , , , , | 2 Comments »

2 Comments on “Even the Asbury Park Press Advertises on MoreMonmouthMusings!”

  1. James Hogan said at 2:32 pm on October 15th, 2014:

    Art, I just wanted to congratulate and thank you again for all of the work you put into this website on a daily basis. I firmly believe that we have even better local government as a direct result of your insight and watchful eye and the public at large, whether they know it or not, is fortunate to have you on their side. I believe that your “fair and biased” reporting has had a significant and positive impact on good government and is a model for how ordinary citizens can positively and dramatically impact the political process. Keep up the great work and thank you.

    –James P Hogan,
    A noone from nowhere

  2. May that rag said at 6:38 am on October 16th, 2014:

    continue to self- destruct and ultimately go out of business. They stopped being newsworthy and relevant a long time ago.