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Local businesses have begun to increase their sales in 2015 with a personalized marketing package from MilfordLIVE.com. With 76% of consumers reading their news online, according to Pew Research Center, MilfordLIVE.com has been able to provide the local business community with a resource to connect with consumers, build a brand and attract leads.

Recently MilfordLIVE.com asked its readers to answer a survey about their local purchasing habits. When asked how marketing in The Weekly Review and on MilfordLIVE.com affects their desire to buy local, the answers demonstrated the active audience that MilfordLIVE.com interacts with daily: 61.5%, stated that they had visited an advertiser’s business51.9% of those readers stated that they purchased goods from an advertiser; 32.7% stated that they purchased services from an advertiser and 80.8% stated that they have attended an event, “as a result of reading The Weekly Review or MilfordLIVE.com.”

To ensure that MilfordLIVE.com business partners are reaching their desired audience, the marketing group at MilfordLIVE.com  uses the power of email, internet and social media. By providing personalized marketing through 3 unique venues, MilfordLIVE.com strengthens a business’ ability to reach new and existing customers. They work with the business to create a unique personalized approach  that fits their marketing needs for continued future growth.

“One thing about Bryan, [the owner of MilfordLIVE.com], you see a lot of him. He does more than sell you advertising. He’s trying to grow your business,” stated MilfordLIVE.com advertiser, Kevin Reading, Owner of Abbott’s Grill. “He’s always asking if we’re getting the right response to our ads or if we want to tweak the message. Since we’ve been with Bryan, our business has grown by 100 percent. Everyone seems to read the Review and they support its advertisers. Bryan is a big supporter of the town of Milford and the town is fortunate to have him here.”

During the month on February, MilfordlIVE.com is offering two specials for new marketing partners. New business partners receive free ad design services and free advertising on MilfordLIVE.com, with the purchase of a marketing package in The Weekly Review. For more information including marketing prices, businesses and non-profits can contact  Bryan at bryan@milfordlive.com or 542-9231 for a free marketing consultation.

 

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