CapeCodDaily.com is the only local online publication that offers advertorials or sponsored content aka ("native advertising"). Our sponsored advertorial articles are magazine style full length news articles featuring your product and/or services with images, video, website links, etc...
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Mon, December 05, 2022 | via Sponsored Content
If you need to clean out your house, garage or construction site and have junk, refuse or demo, rent a roll off container. Don't haul all that stuff to the dump. You can have a roll off container dumpster dropped right in your driveway and have it hauled away when you are finished cleaning out.
Sponsored by Cape Cod Dumpster
Sponsored advertorials are randomly rotated throughout the entire CapeCodDaily.com website.
Because these advertisements are stand alone articles and not just banner ads, not only will they gain exposure from our visitors through the sponsors rotation on the CapeCodDaily.com website, but they will also acquire direct visitors from search engines as these visitors arrive directly from search engine results to the advertorial pages.
Basic content and images for the article must be supplied by you, the advertiser, though we can work with you to create a proper strategy that will resonate with our visitors and also yield the best results from direct search engine visitors.
The content of your sponsored advertorial can also be changed at different times of the year for an additional editing fee. For example, seasonal changes to your advertorial offers or target market could be made during the year for a modest editing fee.
Sponsored content is considered advertising and will be coded and labeled as such.
Every advertorial sponsorship also includes a link to the sponsor's website that appears throughout the Cape Cod Daily News website in our sponsored links sections.
Get an advertorial content article published in the Cape Cod Daily News Sponsors section for one year. You will also get a sponsored link in our sponsored links section. As a bonus, when your sponsored content article is published, a news snippet from that article will also be created and posted in our daily news wire feed which is syndicated across several other local websites, posted on our our social media channels as well as in our daily newsletter.
Our Daily Newsletter goes out once every morning at 10 am and includes links to all of the latest headlines in a clean news digest format. The open and click through rate statistics of our daily newsletter consistently outperform the industry average. Become a Cape Cod Daily newsletter sponsor today.
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It should come as no surprise that about 74% of our visitors are from Massachusetts and that many of them are Cape Cod locals.
The majority of our visitors are over the age of 40.
The gender of our visitors is slightly more female.
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