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ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

CommRPO.biz offers a variety of sponsorship and advertising opportunities for each of the six primary content sectors: advertising, corporate communications, investor relations, marketing ,public relations and social media.  We develop a program, based upon your business goals, ranging from sponsorship of a CommPRO.biz Alert, the dedicated email sent to the entire .Biz community to unique surveys, polls and  traditional branding opportunities on the “Daily Headlines” email and CommPRO.biz website.

CommPRO.biz is your destination for access to C-suite decision-makers. For more details, please contact Fay Shapiro at FayS@CommPRO.biz.

CREATE YOUR CHANNEL ON CommPRO.biz

It’s time to engage, enlighten and educate communications professionals. Your organization is a well-respected brand in the communications disciplines: advertising, corporate communications, investor relations, marketing or public relations. You’re a leader. You provide knowledge and you deliver results for your clients. We want you to expand your business and share your knowledge via CommPRO.biz. Share your thought leadership with our community by creating your own content channel on CommPRO.bizThis is your opportunity to tell your story up-front and personal to our community of C-suite professionals–from around the world. Share your blog posts, share streaming video, whitepapers, polls, online meetups and more. This is your piece of the CommPRO.biz community–the ultimate thought-leadership opportunity for your organization.

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Publisher & Prosper
Got something to say? A best practice to share? Build your brand. Share your expertise. Publish on CommPRO.biz and reach 75,000+ integrated marketing communications professionals. It’s easy: Just email Brian Pittman (brianP@CommPRO.biz) your area of expertise and topic (op-eds and how-tos are the best formats)

Our guidelines are simple:
Two-day exclusivity (Run it here first, then wherever you want.)
Non-promotional (Focus on opinions, how-to pieces, best practices—not sales copy; promotional pegs are best saved for your byline at the top of every piece and the bio box at the bottom. This is where you can include a three to four sentence overview of what you do, links to your site, client mentions, etc.)
Brevity (We’re not dogmatic about this—but we’ve noticed audiences read or watch shorter pieces; that means 700 words or a couple of minutes if it’s video.)
Pics (Every piece that runs must include your headshot. Looks better and more legit.)
Approval (Every piece is subject to review and approval by Brian Pittman, content director.)

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