Advertising Rates To See Small Increase
As time continues to pass, the costs of goods and services increases. For approximately two decades, The Eureka Herald has maintained their advertising rates, as staff members have continued to strive to provide a quality and affordable product to readers. “We have been reluctant to increase ad prices,” commented editor/publisher Robin Wunderlich. “After much deliberation, our office will implement a small increase beginning April 1,” she continued.
Display advertisements will see an increase of $0.50 per column inch, which will make regular placements $6.50 per column inch and classified display or requested placements increasing to $7.50 per column inch.
Another change clients will see beginning in April includes how they will submit legal notices. The Eureka Herald will begin utilizing e-notice April 1, in hopes of providing a faster and more efficient way for clients to place public notices within The Eureka Herald. Clients are encouraged to submit notices through a new online portal. Clients can create an account by visiting https://www.enotice.io
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