To advertise in Clay County's award-winning community newspaper, call (904)264-3200 or email Jon Cantrell. We do offer Specials – please call our office and ask for any Marketing Specialist.
We run Special Sections and targeted content in many editions each year. Call or email to find out the publishing schedule and related ad space deadlines.
For our current rates, read below or click an image to download our current Rate Cards (PDF) for Clay Today and Clay County Leader, The Oakleaf or Keystone Herald.
2019 Clay Today Rates2019 Clay Today Rates

 

 

Clay Today & Clay County Leader

 

In-Paper DEADLINE

Friday before 12 p.m.

Clay Today - Thursday publish date

Clay County Leader - Friday publish date 

INSERTS         (11 x 14 Maximum insert size)

Size Insert Rate CPM

8 1/2 x 11 Single Sheet .................... $44.00

4 to 12 Page Tab ............................... $46.00

16 to 20 Page Tab ............................. $50.00

24 plus Page Tab .............................. $57.50

(Full Coverage In Clay Requires 11,500 Pieces)

Deadline: Must be received between 8 a.m. - NOON Monday prior to insertion.

Quoted rates apply to preprints containing advertisements from only one local advertiser.

Must be shipped to:

Gainesville Sun Publishing Company, 

2700 SW 13th Street, 

Gainesville, FL 32608

Attn: Arlene Hicks

Phone: (352) 338-3162



WEBSITE ADVERTISING

www.claytodayonline.com

• 300x250-$350

• 300x600-$400

• 728x90-$450

• Video ad module (includes 600x250)-$500

• Business Marketplace-$100

• Front page Facebook feeds-$65

• Takeover event ads (2000x1346)-$75/day, $450/week

Ask us about Facebook feeds and Google AdWord campaigns.

All ads include a hyperlink

-unty Population Facts

Delivering the Best Prospects

Buying power generally rises among consumers with higher household incomes, higher levels of education, and more job responsibility. Newspaper delivers these prospects to advertisers. As household income rises, so does newspaper readership. The key is better market penetration. We combine Paid Circulation and Free Circulation. Growing trends in America show Free Circulation Newspapers in over 45 million homes.

 

Highlights

70% of adults read a newspaper or visit a newspaper website on an average week

79% of adults with a household income greater than $100,000 a year read a printed newspaper or a newspaper website in the past week.

81% of adults with a college degree read a printed newspaper or visited a newspaper website in the past week.

Source: Scarborough USA+ 2010 Release 2 (12 months)