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The Mulch offers cost effective ways to reach new customers. Our members and visitors are just what you want, avid gardeners.

We use multiple strategies to create traffic on our website, which translates into new customers for you (view all your advertising options here).

Don't delay, get your message in front of our super targeted, constantly growing members and visitors. Contact Us and we'll help you get started!

Take Advantage of Latest Our Special Offer:

We'll do All of the following for only $50 per month:

  1. Take the eNewsletters you send out and publish the whole article (not just a link or banner) on theMulch.com in two high visibility places, our Special Offers and Gardening eNewsletter sections (up to 6 each months).
  2. Tweet about the eNewsletter with a link to the eNewsletter to our Twitter Followers (over 16,800 and counting).
  3. Publish links on almost every page on theMulch.com to your eNewsletter.
  4. Include a spotlight of your latest eNewsletter in our bi-monthly eNewsletter.
  5. Publish a banner ad of your choice in a GREAT position (right column up high) in a rotation.
  6. Add your company information to our GARDENING DIRECTORY and give it FEATURED PLACEMENT in searches. 
  7. Basically we'll promote the heck out of you!

All for a flat fee of $50 per month.

Advertise with the Mulch and get your message delivered!

Here are more details:

Republish and promote your eNewsletters or Press Releases: This is one of our most popular and innovative advertising features. We have two dedicated web pages on our main navigation specifically for these, one is Special Offers and one is Gardening eNewsletters along with links and thumbnails distributed though-out the the Mulch.

Once the eNewsletter is published, then we tweet about it to our gardening followers (over 16,000 and growing).

We Publish Your Complete Message: Your marketing department has already put together great eNewsletter, why not let it be seen by the avid gardeners all over the internet? Instead of a banner, readers will see your whole message, including your special offers, timely tips and important announcements.

Publish links and thumbnails (when applicable) to your eNewsletter effectively in multiple high traffic areas: We include links to the latest eNewsletters on almost every page on the Mulch, links and spotlights in our weekly newsletter.

Your eNewsletter is published as content and is indexed on all of the big search engines just like any article: Instead of a just a banner or a link to your website (like conventional advertisements) we publish your complete eNewsletter as a content piece on the Mulch and keep it active as long as you're advertising with us (or we can remove them). This does two things, it makes it so visitors of the Mulch are exposed to your message(s) for a longer period of time, and it makes it so the large search engines will make these available to anyone searching the internet. The top portion will have a sort able list (so visitors can easily see all of your past newsletters) and will show the date and the company, and when you click the link it will take the member to your email which is published on the Mulch, and then all links will go directly to your website.

It’s very simple, here’s how it works:

1. We subscribe to your eNewsletter.
2. When you send out your regular email newsletters, press release, notes or promotions we’ll publish it in our Special Offers section (with all links back to your website included).
3. We’ll aggressively promote it with links, Thumbnails, Twitter and other special advertising - and people will read it and visit your website.

We’ll do all the work and you’ll get results, all for only $50 per month. There’s no long term commitment, you can start or stop at any time, it’s simple, clean, easy and it will get results!

Simple, cheap and effective advertising – what could be better! Get what you’ve already done in front of more (and new) avid gardeners without creating any more work for you! Your marketing department has already put together a great newsletter, why not let it be seen by the people visiting the Mulch.

This is a great opportunity we hope you’ll take advantage of!

Contact Us and we'll help you get started! We'll work with you and make sure your message is heard.

This package is a great, cost effective, and super targeted opportunity which we hope you’ll take advantage of! We’ll gladly answer any questions you have. Contact Mitch Shirts by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to learn more or to sign up now!

 

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