– We do what we say.
– We print what we say.
– We print the most books for the lowest cost per thousand *
– We pride ourselves in our distribution which is second to none.
In business since 1989, we continue to offer the best bang for your buck and the best distribution for the target niche you are looking for. Reach Home Buyers and Sellers, Reach People Looking To Have Fun, Eat, Shop, Stay & Play In The Poconos, Reach the Golfer crowd in The Poconos and surrounding areas.
We offer integrated media packages blanketing the area with our print publications. In addition, we offer great information on our websites for local, regional, and national reach. Someone from Florida looking for a home in The Poconos can pick up one of our 200+ books nationwide and call our 800 number and request a book, or go online and order a digital book from their home at www.realestatebook.com.
When you advertise with us, we do our best to give you it all. Beautiful color advertisements, with the right distribution and print-run, mobile capabilities, direct mail, and Premium Internet Exposure and Social Media that reaches everyone you want to reach.
DISTRIBUTION ALONG WITH A HEALTHY PRINT-RUN MATTERS – don’t let anyone tell you different. Simply put, no one places their magazines in as many high quality, high traffic locations with the amount we print for each book as we do! Call or email us today to find out how we can help you reach your target audience. For Advertising Information please contact Beth Ritter at the number or email below.
* For advertisers who want to calculate a cost per thousand, here is a good example and how you can determine any magazine or book’s cost per thousand:
Example: The Formula = The Dollar Amount of The Ad divided by The Amount Printed for that issue. To show this, we will take our full page rate for our Pocono “Where To” Book. Full Page Rate for The Pocono “Where To” Book is $1070 per full page. We print 80,000 books per issue – so $1070 / 80,000 x 1000 = $13.38 per 1000. Your advertising dollar (the money you spend) should always be broken down on a cost per thousand basis. The lower the cost per thousand the better your money is being spent (ie: the more bang for your buck).