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Call 593-2510 to start advertising to our 5500 daily readers on OswegoCountyToday.com.

Digital advertising doesn’t have to mean boring, static box ads or computer-throttling Flash ads.


If you ran a restaurant, how would you tell everyone about the specials you’re running for the day?
Facebook and Twitter work well, but how about reaching new customers, or those who don’t follow you on social media yet?

Introducing: Editable Ads™

As an advertiser with Oswego County Today, you can now update your message inside your ad anytime, from anywhere.

Imagine want to tell everyone about your lunch event. You post a status update on Twitter, Facebook, or text message, and the text gets placed inside the ad on Oswego County Today website automatically.

The Flipper

An Oswego County Today ad which could reveal a surprise (or just a second ad) underneath.

The Flyout / Expandable

Ads that expand, or “fly out” on a mouse hover can make for a very attractive unit that is also very efficient on space.

All you need is two images: one for the initial ad, and one for the expanded portion. They can be any size and fly out to the top, left, bottom, or right.

The YouTube™ Ad

Plenty of advertisers have some sort of YouTube video.  The YouTube ad is an easy way to showcase that video while still retaining the power to track views and plays (clicks).
It’s fully responsive, mobile friendly, and you can even add a message below the video for additional info.

For more information contact:

(315) 593-2510

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 “Oswego County is blessed with abundant natural resources, a rich history, and wonderful community events. Advertising on OswegoCountyToday.com allows us to reach a broader audience and share information through our blogs and links to our tourism Web site at www.visitoswegocounty.com.”

Oswego County Tourism

“Now that I can reflect on the hundreds (literally) of people who came to our St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence Open House the previous weekend, I want to say thanks for going a little beyond as far as promoting our event on Oswego County Today.
I know that the visibility we had there contributed to the great turnout.
Thanks again, it was much appreciated.”

Greg Osetek
Director of Community Relations
St. Luke Health Services

An important point to make about advertising with OswegoCountyToday.com is, when a reader logs on to our website, they have done so to get information. There is no subscription fee. Oswego County Today is free. When people here a radio ad they may be in a car, or at the office.Theymaynotcatch all the information in time to write a phone number down oraddressorevenan web address. However with an ad on OswegoCountyToday.com a reader can click the ad and get even more information from your web page or site. Fact is they are most likely at a desk or have the ability to save the information they are looking for on the computer they are using. By clicking on your ad a reader has shown a genuine interest in your product or service. We can show you all the statistics of how many times your ad is seen and clicked. No other advertising medium can give you that kind of information about your ads success.

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