Your Neighbors Are Talking! Get Your Business Connected with FPF Advertising
How do FPF ads work?
Every day we publish tens of thousands of e-newsletters filled with neighborhood news. Your message can reach all of Vermont, or you can target hand-picked towns. Tell us where and when and we'll deliver your message! Ads appear between member postings in the body of the FPF newsletter.
Running for office? Working on a campaign? Then you should check out FPF's Paid Campaign Posting option.
Simply want to post on your local FPF e-newsletter and appear in the FPF Business Directory? Click here to learn about free or paid FPF Business Access Plans.
What do I get?
• Geo-targeted advertising
• Click tracking and reporting
• Customized package to fit your marketing needs
• Presence in daily neighborhood-level conversations
• Connections with consumers who care about community
See what kind of response FPF can deliver...
FPF has hundreds of advertisers and many of them are repeat customers. Here is what some of them have to say:
"We've had 92 email subscribers on the FPF list in just 2 days! I'd say the ad is working so far!" -Amanda Cashin, Marketing Director, Lenny's Shoe & Apparel
"I’ve had a great response already, the calls/emails keep coming in. I’ll be in touch in the future about running more ads. Going to wait until the rush dies down on this one first." - Emily Coderre, UVM Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Don't take our word for it... See More Advertiser Testimonials!
Our limited ad inventory sells out quickly so book now to get your preferred dates. Ads run by the week, Sunday to Saturday. Inquiries? Wendy, Suzie or Jodi are ready to assist: email@example.com or 802-540-0069 x1.
Wait... What is Front Porch Forum?
Haven't heard of FPF before? See how 165,000+ members are using it across Vermont. Check out this brief overview from our partners at the Vermont Council on Rural Development for a primer on how people use Front Porch Forum.
*FPF charges a cancellation fee of $75 flat, or 10% of the total order, whichever is greater. The advertiser is also expected to pay for any ads that ran before the cancellation.