BubbleLife.com is modern digital newspaper that is read and shaped by individual communities. With more than 250 community-focused editions, BubbleLife.com delivers hyperlocal news online, in email and through social media.
Our audience is the “hard-to-reach” segment that is educated, affluent and considered “movers and shakers” in their community. Demographically, our readers align with many advertisers’ most sought after audiences:
- Female (62%) with children (50%)
- Age 35-55 (48%)
- Income of $100,000 plus (40%)
- College Educated (52%)
- And Postgraduate Educated (20%)
To attract customers to a local business, a foundation must be constructed around hyperlocal exposure, local search and mobile marketing. Local business and community news go hand-in-hand, it just that print is out of favor.
For our partners, BubbleLife provides a hyperlocal setting and online network for content distribution, native advertising and digital advertising.
Hyperlocal Native Advertising
BubbleLife native advertising blends into our local news as content. Without being overbearing and disrupting a customer’s experience, native advertising statistically captures more attention, builds trust and has better potential to be shared, generating virally powered word-of-mouth.
Content gives you the opportunity to share your client’s knowledge and expertise within our news network to build backlinks and authority on Google and other search engines. Our distribution creates hyperlocal exposure for consumers to find alongside their local news online, in email and on social media.
Hyperlocal Digital Ads
Digital banner ads consistently remind locals that your clients are open and accepting business. These “browse by” billboards on BubbleLife News Websites brand businesses as locally prominent.
Hyperlocal Business Listing
The BubbleLife Business Directory serves as a hyperlocal business resource for communities within the BubbleLife.com network. Your client will benefit from local visibility and a content portal for backlinks and SEO enhancement.
Local Online Listings
The default is search. New business prospects either start or end with search to find a service or to determine if a business is viable.
The shift in marketing is mobile, and every business needs more than just a website.