Promote your product, service, cause, or event on Locally Grown

Locally Grown MembershipA year ago, we launched our Locally Grown Membership plan.

We’ve not done much to promote it but as you can see from the left sidebar (archived Category here), members are using it to promote a variety of products, services, causes, or events.

It’s cheap, flexible, and easy.

Does it work? 

Prairie’s Edge Humane Society (PEHS) Kathy Jasnoch and Sandy Vesledahl

Ask Sandy Vesledahl and Kathy Jasnoch from the Prairie’s Edge Humane Society. Back in June, I blogged about how PEHS was getting a third of its web traffic from Locally Grown. Our web traffic (according to Google Analytics): we had over 9,500 unique visitors for the month of November 2010.

See our Locally Grown Membership plan for more details, or contact me.

If you prefer to keep it simple and just want to support me financially with a monthly or one-time contribution, click one of the buttons in the new "Tip Griff" box on the left sidebar. I’d appreciate it.

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  1. Hey Griff! I just renewed our PEHS membership for another year! We know that Locally Grown is helping us get animals adopted and bringing people into the shelter and to our events. We also now have a business adoption fee sponsorship program and as one of the selling points we tell them we will put a post on Locally Grown announcing their sponsorship of an animal. This is an affordable way for us to promote PEHS with limited funds. We are trying to get our name more predominant in the Northfield community, as we need that support in order to continue to provide our programs and a shelter for the homeless animals of the area and Locally Grown is another tool in which we can do so!

    December 8, 2010
  2. Griff Wigley said:

    Thanks so much, Sandy. Will you and PEHS be around during Winter Walk?

    December 8, 2010
  3. We will! Our wonderful friends and supporters at KYMN radio have graciously offered room at their studio building for us to hold an adoption event during Winter Walk! We will be there from 5:00-7:30 PM with kittens and perhaps an adult cat as well, along with some raffles and info on volunteering or becoming a member at PEHS. If Sadie, the cat whose adoption fee is sponsored by Premier Bank, has not been adopted by then, we will have her with us as well. Her adoption fee is only $25 after her sponsorship, so stop in, meet the animals and see what PEHS is all about!

    December 8, 2010

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