The Falmouth Enterprise Joins Dream Local Digital’s Media Partners Program
Falmouth, Mass. - The Falmouth Enterprise, publisher of four newspapers, with editions in Falmouth, Bourne, Sandwich, and Mashpee, Mass., has joined Dream Local Digital’s expanding Media Partnership Program. With the launch of their new digital agency, The Enterprise will broaden market share, drive new revenue through digital media and provide clients a new suite of online marketing products.
This partnership will help build and strengthen relationships with local business owners interested in marketing with The Falmouth Enterprise, providing solutions ranging from website development, content strategy and social media to search engine optimization, reputation management and email marketing. Dream Local Digital expects The Enterprise to become local business owners’ primary resource for advice in marketing, while diversifying their revenue streams to succeed in the new media environment.
“We are thrilled to be working with The Falmouth Enterprise team to help them serve local businesses that are looking for support and solutions in online marketing. We’ve been lucky enough to meet with many of those businesses and are confident we’ll be able to offer strong solutions in their market” - Shannon Kinney, Dream Local Digital Founder & Client Success Officer
Dream Local Digital held seminars in May, to launch the new digital agency, and will continue to provide sales training and social media management and development services to enhance print sales and drive greater revenue through online media. Complementing traditional media strategies with online offerings, will enable The Enterprise sales staff to provide a more broad set of tools to better serve their advertisers and clients.
Find out more about Dream Local Digital’s Media Partnership Program here.
About The Falmouth Enterprise:
The Falmouth Enterprise is in direct line of descent from The Falmouth Local, which was established in a shoe store on Main Street by Lewis Foster Clark in 1886. The Local started out in a building on the shore of Shivericks Pond and eventually moved to the building that is currently occupied by Caline for Kids. Charles Sumner Burgess bought the Local in 1895, renamed it The Falmouth Enterprise and published it for the next 30 years. The Enterprise today publishes four newspapers, having added editions in Bourne, Sandwich and Mashpee.
About Dream Local Digital:
Dream Local Digital is a digital marketing agency specializing in interactive media, marketing, SEO and social media. Dream Local Digital works with newspapers, media companies, ad agencies, and directly with small to medium-sized businesses on all aspects of their online marketing plans, from website development, content strategy and social media to search engine optimization, reputation management and e-mail marketing. Subscribe to the the Dream Local Digital blog to keep up with the latest trends and insights from their team of experts.
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