New Solutions for Small Business Advertisers

The job of attracting new customers and retaining old ones just got a little easier for Roadfly small busines advertisers. In the past, Roadfly only offered one advertising option for direct mail and small business advertisers. The option was banner ads. This was the same advertising option offered to auto manufacturers and their agencies and therefore was too costly for small direct mail businesses.

We knew we needed to develop a more feature rich yet affordable advertising solution. One which would allow for text only ads, flash video ads, HTML ads or any combination of the above, all within the same easy to use web interface. A primary goal of ours was to have a simple system which didn’t take hours for the small business owner to administer. We knew that small business owners had very little time to spend administering advertising campaigns. Roadfly AdMarket was designed to meet their needs.

Roadfly AdMarket was designed specifically to allow small business advertisers, direct mail advertisers and others to reach the Roadfly Community. Advertisers can place text or banner ads directly in front of the largest automotive community in the world, the Roadfly Automotive Forums.

The advertisers can target ads when, where and how they want to. They can send visitors to their website home page, or directly to sale items. Because AdMarket easily allows text in addition to graphics the advertiser can even display their toll free telephone number directly in front of visitors to the forums. The key is total flexibility of the campaign at an advertising rate small businesses can afford.

Roadfly AdMarket is the solution. The advertising solution for small businesses, direct mail advertisers and others looking to directly target the automotive community.

Advertisers can start advertising immediately with a few clicks of their mouse. Roadfly AdMarket

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Written by Roadfly Charlie

Charlie is Roadfly’s founder and publisher, and was taught to drive by his father in a 1974 Porsche 914. That made poor Charlie a Porsche fanboy for life, and after driving a 911SC at 16, he bought and campaigned a variety of 944s at racetracks up and down the East Coast, earning awards and track records in his twenties. Charlie never really got over the car bug, and after a career in real estate development he founded the Internet media firm that became Roadfly. Charlie lives in McLean, VA with his wife and two daughters, and between the demands of family and business doesn’t have much time to play with cars anymore, excluding the machinery we review.

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