The MLive team shares the community’s sense of hope as we return to school, adjust our expectations, and look ahead to the holiday season. Businesses will face a changed community landscape with unique challenges through the fall and winter. Our community continues to need our support. At MLive, we endeavor to be partners in every sense: offering proven strategies, support through uncertainty, and a helping hand for advertisers growing their business with us.
This summer, we were able to support hundreds of local businesses with more than a million dollars in matching advertising funds through our Matching Grant Program. As we turn to fall and winter, we want to continue that support.
Our new Partnership Program will support your marketing, advertising, and branding needs by matching 25% to 100% of your advertising investment to ensure your business is set-up and supported for the next 6 to 12 months. Matching levels will depend on the length of the campaign.
We’ve designed a program that will add value to your strategy immediately, by matching qualifying advertising investments on your behalf. The longer your campaign, the greater the benefit you’ll receive, keeping your brand in front of the right audience—your audience–through 2020 and beyond.
Tier One, Three Month Commitment | A match of 25% of qualifying spend
Tier Two, Six Month Commitment | A match of 50% of qualifying spend
Tier Three, Twelve Month Commitment | A match of 100% of qualifying spend
This program will benefit advertisers into 2021, but you must sign on before October 31, 2020. Connect with us right away!
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