Volume #1 http://www.mountainecho.bizland.com Issue#1
| Front end your site through Mountain Echo
and share in the traffic we receive. If you are not satisfied with the traffic your site
is receiving, join our Mountain Echo Front End Plan.
This plan is specifically catered to West Virginia Businesses, allowing them the chance to become a featured Associate Editor or columnist with their own section of the Mountain Echo web site. Up to three pages, column archive, their own permission based e-mail newsletter, three or more 486x60 advertisement banners throughout the site and a chance to offer giveaways & contests. Members of the Front End Plan receive great exposure for their product or web site, as well as a chance to promote them with a column for our readers. FEP members can submit updates and newsletters twice a month, we take care of the rest.
FEP members have a special place in our hearts here at Mountain Echo, not only do they help to keep us afloat through their advertising, they offer valuable information to our West Virginia readers. The FEP plan is our newest advertising concept here at Mountain Echo and we are proud to offer it to our fellow West Virginia business partners at discounted rates.
Lets face it, business owners usually do not have the time to properly promote their Internet presence through online resources. Most web design firms promote the sites they design once and as quickly as possible. Their are packages available online from anywhere from $25.00 to $199.00 that claim to submit your site to thousands of Internet directories and search engines. Why pay money for an uncertain audience that may or may not even visit your site?
FEP offers business the opportunity to gain quality hits from those with a genuine interest in your product or service, and they are mostly West Virginians.Our business is the Internet. We strive daily to promote our site in as many ways possible. We cater to the interests of our readers and offer them quality updated content concerning West Virginia. We are building an interactive "Mountain State" community through reader interaction and incentives. If you are tired of watching your counter go nowhere, consider the FEP plan.
Mountain Echo, Morgantown, WV