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Why waste your money on ads that get lost in a jungle of other ads deep inside a newspaper few people bother reading past the first page? In partnership with the Roosevelt Island Daily, you can increase your exposure to the customers you want for much less.

It's well-established now that print advertising is going the way of the dodo bird. It's expensive and fails to attract readers, leading newspapers like The Village Voice to abandon print for web only publication.

At the Roosevelt Island Daily, we're not limited to a print edition that gets shoved into mailboxes, want it or not, about 20 times a year. We're here, reaching readers all 365 days, with new and changing content.

Monthly views range from 15,000 to 20,000. Social media outreach exceeds 2,500 every single day.

We post a teaser link to your ad at the top of every page. Modify your message whenever you like, featuring new products and offers.

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Space is limited. We offer an experience in reaching your customers like no one else on Roosevelt Island. Call: (646) 419-0473 or email: davidstone@icloud.com. Let's talk about improving your business.

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