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A Newsletter for the spring 2013 will appear here.
Traditional marketing can be everything from good-looking business cards, a sign in your window and nice menus in your restaurant to a massive campaign on radio, just to mention a few. Our speciality is web marketing, but we also help our clients with much more. It could be that what you need is a new and fresh approach, maybe with a new logotype?
The News is a weekly free newspaper based in the Malaga province of Andalusia. It is aimed at the English speaking community on the Costa del Sol. Its news, editorial and political opinion make it one of the most comprehensive and respected voices in the local press. The News is the essential reading for residents on the Costa. It brings news of what is happening around the world and in their own area with many diverse subjects covered. To the advertiser it brings a medium in which they can be assured of reaching a vast number of people every single week, and in a format readers want to look at and keep. 25,500 copies are distributed every Wednesday from Nerja to Gibraltar and inland as far as Antequera.
Svenska Magasinet was founded in 1990 and has since been one of the leading magazines for Swedes and Scandinavians who live and visit southern Spain. It is distributed monthly to over 350 locations on the Costa del Sol. The magazine keeps its readers updated with local news, economy, sightseeing, golf, health, sport, tourist hotspots and much more. Their web page provides daily updates and news.
Spañien Magasinet is a magazine in Sweden about visiting and living in Spain. It is a quarterly magazine about the dream of Spain, sold at newsstands all across Sweden. The magazine is filled with articles about destinations, dreams and tourism, but also useful reading about taxes, law, and about buying a house. Unsold issues are distributed on “Buy a House Abroad”, expos in Sweden and on flights to Spain.
Kustradion 104.8 is the only Scandinavian radio station on the Costa del Sol, with day-to-date media where you have the opportunity to appear and be heard every day. The radio broadcasts 24/7, all year round. Your message can reach out to about 200,000 Scandinavians on the Costa del Sol!
Det Norske Magasinet is the only monthly magazine for Norwegians living or visiting the Costa del Sol. In the magazine you can find information about events, news, politics, business and a lot more. The articles are about health, food and travel, just to mention some of their topics. The distribution area is from Almuñecar to Gibraltar.
La Danesa is a monthly magazine for Danes on the Costa del Sol. It is a magazine for all people, both retired and those who are actively in work. In the magazine you will find articles and information about all aspects regarding living or visiting Spain. It is distributed from Almuñecar to Gibraltar.
En Sueco, (meaning “In Swedish”) is a monthly magazine for Swedes living on the Costa del Sol. It is also a valuable source of information for visitors and holiday makers. The articles are about news, business, health, different parts of Spain and much more. The distribution area is from Almuñecar to Gibraltar.
The Finnish newspaper, Fuengirola.fi, comes out every Friday during September to May. In the summer time it is a monthly paper. Despite the name, it is distributed to 150 places from Nerja to Marbella on the Costa del Sol. The June issue is always a mega issue; then 40.000 copies are printed of which 30.000 copies go directly to Finland.
Megafon.net has been online for more than 4 years and has a high ranking in Google on search phrases related to living in Spain, moving to Spain, services in Spain, properties in Spain and jobs in Spain. Many visitors are using megafon.net as an information source before relocating to Spain and continue using the website after relocating to Spain. Over the years megafon.net has become renowned as a reliable information source about living in Spain. In addition to traditional banners Megafon also provide editorial presentations of businesses. The site is in three languages, English, Swedish and Norwegian.