A note from MySaline founder Shelli Poole:
I’m getting a little vulnerable here, but the truth is, as holidays approach, it’s difficult on small business. When companies don’t advertise, MySaline doesn’t do well either.
I am grateful to have some regular advertisers and a few faithful readers that actually donate a couple dollars each month – even though the service is free. It’s people like this that help MySaline to survive. If these things don’t happen, MySaline would have to consider selling or even shutting down altogether. There are three ways you can help.
- If you have a business or event that you need to advertise, email firstname.lastname@example.org for rates and availability. It’s a big audience with a great value.
- If you read MySaline at all, I’m asking you to consider donating by using this link: www.mysaline.com/donate.
Think about what you pay for a newspaper subscription or a cable or satellite TV bill. We’re just asking for $2-5 per month. If every reader did that, we’d easily meet all operation costs and more.
- If you don’t have those in your budget, please just visit MySaline.com daily. Those views help us to sell an already great deal on advertising.
MySaline continues to be owned and operated by a Saline County resident. I own a home here, I shop and pay taxes here and I vote here. Let’s keep it that way.
Thanks for reading this. Thanks for reading MySaline.com. Thanks for considering advertising or donating. You’re the real MVP!
Thanks to our regular advertisers!