A Little Beacon Blog is one of the most widely read online publications in the Hudson Valley, with an integrated social media platform that keeps us close to our readers. Each month, A Little Beacon Blog gets more than 19,500 views/month from people directly from this area, as well as neighboring towns in the Hudson Valley. Farther afield, readers check in from as close as New York City's five boroughs to as far as Vermont and even California. Facebook views average 2,000 to 5,000 every week from a following of over 3,100 people, with more at Instagram, which has over 2,700, and on Twitter, where ALBB has several media followers. Over 1,100 people have subscribed to the newsletter. Says Dutchess Tourism after promoting an event held in our headquarters: "It's our absolute pleasure to support your efforts in Beacon, NY. It's one of the places that makes us #DistinctlyDutchess."

A Little Beacon Blog is syndicated on BeaconArts, and is a featured resource on the websites of The City of Beacon, Beacon's Chamber of Commerce, and BeaconCitizen. Local media, including Highlands Current, Beacon Bits, Newburgh Restoration, and Radio Woodstock, have featured A Little Beacon Blog to their readers and listeners.

Movers: People researching moves to (or within) the Hudson Valley come across A Little Beacon Blog during online research, and discover a community they want to be a part of. Thanks to our stories and unique, in-depth coverage of local businesses, they can easily picture life in Beacon. When they move here, they stay on as readers.

I found A Little Beacon Blog in early 2011 when we were living in a tiny Brooklyn apartment with a toddler and a dog. We were looking to move out of the city and A Little Beacon Blog gave me glimpses of life in Beacon. Now that we live here, I’m an even bigger fan of the blog! (A personal fave is The Things To Do In Beacon Guides.) It has been so cool to witness the continuing evolution of A Little Beacon Blog—it’s doing big things! 
— Tessa Dean, Mom

Shakers: Tourism organizations, influencers in social media circles, teachers, city officials and others read A Little Beacon Blog to stay current with the happenings in and around Beacon, and to find ideas for ways to improve the places they live. Says one official in a neighboring town: "I love A Little Beacon Blog. I read it to see how our city can improve based on what I see working in Beacon."

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I found ALBB when I was moving from Massachusetts. Through all my searching about what to do and where to go in Beacon, A Little Beacon Blog was everywhere I looked - and was the most informative, helpful and colorful source for how best to enjoy this wonderful city.
— Adri Cowan, Owner, Rogue Social and Social Media Manager for Marvel Comics

Residents: People living in Beacon, the core of our readership, enjoy following A Little Beacon Blog for the way we spotlight big stories that often go untold.

I work in the city with a long commute and long hours, and I have two kids. On weekends, I just want to do fun local stuff, and A Little Beacon Blog is my go-to page to check out what’s going on in and around my town. I even added this link to my favorites and synced it to my calendar.
— Tabitha George, Mom

21,500 views/month
3,100 followers on Facebook
2,875 followers on Instagram
1,200 newsletter subscribers

According to Google Analytics...
Monthly views: 21,500
Women: 69%
Men: 30%
32% age 25-34
25% age 35-44
15% age 45-54
12% age 55-64
9% age 18-24
5.5% age 65+

Readers by state:
New York: 85%
New Jersey: 3.5%
Connecticut: 1.7%
Massachusetts: 1.5%
California: 1.4%
Pennsylvania: 0.9%
Washington: 0.66%
Florida: 0.5%
DC 0.4%

Readers by NY location: 
NYC: 28%
Beacon: 18%
Hopewell: 7.2%
Poughkeepsie: 3.6%
Red Oaks Mill: 3%
Albany: 2.9%
Myers Corners: 2.6%
Newburgh: 1.8%
Fishkill: 1.7%
Syracuse 1.7%

We've tailored advertising packages to fit different goals from different types of businesses. What you will find here is totally unique to how our publication works, how information reaches our readers, and what our readers respond to. Content for all advertising packages must pass our editorial standards, and must resonate with our readers. Each advertiser must be approved. Please contact us before purchasing to make sure your message will be a good fit with our readers.

The advertising packages are explained below, but here is a brief list.

  • Sponsor Spotlight

  • Shopping + Restaurant Guide Weekly Features

  • Event Promotion Package

  • Guide Sponsorship

  • Branded Content Article

  • Real Estate Listings Guide

  • Job Listings


You can supply your own design, or you can use our in-house design service to design an ad for you. Please keep in mind that ads designed for print don't necessarily work for web. Websites are small, so the words in your ad need to be BIG. Our design agency is called Katie James, Inc. and can be hired to design your internal print and digital needs for flyers, social media, ads in other publications, your entire website or logo, and more.

Design Ad Fee (optional): $250
Design Ad Tweak (optional): $150 (if you ran an ad before, but need to change a date or minor detail)


Reach our readers as a supporting sponsor at large.
*Monthly prices are discounted as subscription with a 3-month minimum.

This package designed specifically for retail storefronts & restaurants
found in The Things To Do In Beacon Guides.
*Monthly prices are discounted as subscription with a 3-month minimum.

Great for event organizers who want to elevate and promote their event.

Show your support for the community by helping A Little Beacon Blog produce the Things To Do In Beacon Guides with a lead sponsorship. We curate these Guides and list what we find for free. Guides include: Second Saturday Art Gallery Guide, Adult Classes Guide, Kids Classes Guide, Beauty Guide, Shopping Guide, Restaurant Guide, and Brunch Guide

Our highest and most integrated form of marketing.
Great for businesses, artists, or organizations who want to show and tell to our readers by using many photos to color the story that we will write for you.

For realtors looking to sell homes or commercial spaces.

Are you looking for great talent in the Hudson Valley?
You'll find several hidden gems of people with diverse skill-sets in the Hudson Valley. List your job on A Little Beacon Blog and reach our broad audience of readers who are looking for opportunities!