RennaMedia.com and NJLocalinfo.com Expand Online Marketing & Advertising Network

NJLocalinfo.com and RennaMedia.com have combined to expand their full service online marketing and adverting services in New Jersey.

Cranford - November 8, 2019 /PressCable/ —

NJLocalInfo.com and RennaMedia.com has combined to expand their full service online marketing and adverting services. Renna Media, based in Union County publishes 21 community newspapers. His hyper-local approach to marketing accommodates both local and regional businesses with advertising and marketing opportunities in print and online. NJLocalInfo.com has joined forces with Renna Media to expand the online service state wide.

Renna Media mails 135,000 monthly newspapers to every home and business in 21 towns in Union, Somerset and Morris Counties. The newspapers help drive visitors to articles and advertisers online. NJLocalInfo.com has added value to their online ads through its already vibrant social media network. Press releases and ads are cross-posted on Twitter and numerous Facebook pages. Each ad and story gets is own searchable web-page with its own SEO. In a few short months the sites have produced exceptional results. The NJ Local Info Facebook pages already have over 12,000 followers.

Joe Renna, Renna Media owner, warns his clients “The internet is the Wild West of marketing. Beware of what is being promised by online marketers. If it sound too good to be true, it is.” He explains that “Promises of getting 3 million views of your ad is specious at best. Our focus is getting the advertiser’s message to a specific audience with the highest potential of making a purchase.”

Walter Watson is the owner of WWW Online Enterprises and designer of NJLocalInfo.com. He states “I created the site to help my website clients build a social media network. The ads and articles are promoted through indexing sites and search engines. Other businesses wanted in and so it grew. It features a classified ad section with corresponding Facebook pages for popular headings,”

What makes the newspapers and website most attractive to advertisers is the bare bones pricing. Renna boasts “All rates can be found online at RennaMedia.com. There are no commissions of hidden costs. Ads are as low as $15 online and $60 in print. Affordable to local Mom & Pop businesses.” Watson added “Regional businesses can utilize the mass reach of the entire system.”

Both Renna Media and WWW Online Enterprises assists clients with developing marketing plans. Renna Media designs and prints full color flyers and menus to be inserted into the newspapers and Walter Watson offers full service web development and SEO services. Walter Watson can be reached by phone at 201-478-7408. Joe Renna can be reached at 908-447-1295.

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Renna
Email: Send Email
Organization: Renna Media
Address: , Cranford , NJ 07016
Website: https://rennamedia.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933096

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