The Arizona Daily Sun: Flagstaff’s hometown team for local news | Back to business

The audience traffic on AZdailysun.com averages 1.75 million page views per month, with 62.3% coming from mobile devices. Our Facebook page has more than 47,000 followers on social media. When it comes to email engagement, we have 30,000+ opt-in subscribers to various email newsletters with 7,000 readers looking for special offers from us and our advertisers. Best of Flagstaff is our signature publication and event; Last year there were more than 140 categories of companies and a readership of more than 14,000 people who voted to pick the best!

We look forward to the further growth and expansion of our digital presence through our Amplified Digital Agency. We now offer business solutions from social and reputation management to PPC programs, website development and hosting, demographics and keyword targeting, mobile targeting and retargeting, digital video ads, video and content production and connect TV, and much more more. We’ve been very busy over the past year making sure our people have in-depth knowledge of digital solutions to help companies reach current and new audiences.

We continue to offer advertisers a variety of options with the other divisions of the Arizona Daily Sun. Direct Impression Business Services, our direct mail division, can develop mailing list data and continues to ship throughout Northern Arizona and across the United States. We provide full color printing capabilities for postcards, flyers, envelopes, letterheads, and merged letters, as well as mail preparation, variable data printing for mailing, and automated smart barcode and USPS required paperwork. Our niche department will continue to do signature publications including Flag Live! and Northern Arizona’s Mountain Living Magazine. This August, Flag Live! is restarting with a new look and app for quick access to all of Flagstaff’s culture and entertainment news. Mountain Living continues as a quarterly magazine shedding light on the lifestyle in northern Arizona.

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