Advertising With The Deer Park Gazette
Online ads are available in a Wide Skyscraper or a Leaderboard size.
Business Directory Ads
Provides easy access to all the important details about your organization.
Writing and editing services are also available upon request.
List your job openings to find local candidates.
Community events create a connection with your organization.
Purchase & Manage Ads Online
You can now purchase and manage your ads directly from our website. Use the following buttons to quickly get started.
Display Ad Groups
All display ads are full color. Display ads can link to websites, social media, or phone numbers. Statistics are emailed on a regular basis. Each display ad is a group of up to 4 ads that can be individually displayed based on viewers device, location, schedule.
Leaderboard Display Ad Group
Featured in section breaks throughout the Deer Park Gazette these horizontal ads are eye-catching. These ads are great for getting people to interact with your organization. Size is 728×90 pixels.
Wide Skyscraper Display Ad Group
Featured to the right of content, these tall vertical ads are one of the first things people see on the Deer Park Gazette website. Each page has no more than 1 of these ads. These ads are great for creating name recognition for your organization. Size is 160×600 pixels.
Ads Setup & Design
For each month, setup and basic advertisement design is included for one display ad per ad group.
Easy to use templates are available in Canva. In Canva search for either Leaderboard or Wide Skyscraper then select a template to modify. Use the following referral link to create an account with Canva: https://DPGazette.com/canva
The cost is $5 per event and $5 for each additional occurrence within a calendar year. Ad setup is $25 per ad.
Free Event Listings
Some events will be published for free at the discretion of the publishers. The event must be free to the public and organized by a non-profit or government agency. Free event listings will not be published on our social media pages.
The Deer Park Gazette website includes a directory page listing all businesses with a link to a dedicated page with more details about each business. Directory is listed alphabetically, with featured ads first.
Share important news about your businesses from a Grand Opening to Employee Promotions or new Products and Services. Sponsored articles are published online; they are also distributed via email and our social channels on Facebook and Instagram. Writing and editing services are also available upon request.
Seeking Support For Local JournalismRead More
Local journalism is essential for building strong communities, promoting economic development, and improving residents’ quality of life. Supporting small local news publications is crucial to ensure access to accurate and reliable information.
Making After School a Place to Learn, Play, Grow, and Be a Kid!Read More
At Right At School our mission is to inspire a love of learning, support schools, and give parents peace of mind. Right At School has partnered with several schools in the Nine Mile, Deer Park and Riverside school districts to provide extended-day programs where students can have fun and bolster their learning while interacting with a deep, enriching curriculum.
Marriage & Family Counseling, Now Open 49 Degrees CounselingRead More
Deer Park is now home to a new Marriage and Family Counseling office. 49 Degrees Counseling has set up an office in the building on 110 W Crawford Street. Jay Mitchell is a recent graduate from Whitworth University with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFTA).
Now On Twitter & MoreRead More
Access to important community information and upcoming events needs to be easy. Therefore, there is a wide range of ways you can get all of the news from the Deer Park Gazette. We post news on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Youtube, and now on Twitter.
Follow the Deer Park Gazette at https://twitter.com/DPGazette
20 Years Gazette & TRECproRead More
Small town businesses TRECpro and the Deer Park Gazette celebrate their accomplishments as they reach 20 years into existence. Richie Schut, one of the owners of both businesses, shares his take on the past decades.
Want A Job?Read More
Getting a job has changed dramatically over the last couple of years. Despite many looking for work and help wanted signs in abundance, people on all sides of the hiring process are frustrated.
To comply with Federal Trade Commission regulations, all sponsored articles are identified with a disclaimer.