Are you looking for an online audience of gardeners?
Then you should be advertising with Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com!
When Western New York gardeners look for garden and landscaping businesses, they come to this site.
Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com is now the hub for all things gardening in Western New York. People tell me that whenever they want to know about anything related to gardening, they come to this site first. They want to know what products and services are available to them, and I’m trying to connect them with businesses like yours.
Today people use their phones to find information. Half my readers access this site on mobile devices, and a 2018 makeover made this website even more mobile friendly than it had been.
How we can help you
When people find your business through Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com, they learn more about you than they would from an ad on the radio or in a paper publication.
That’s because every single ad and as well as every listing in our Gardening Directory link back to your website. Your website has (or should have) all the information people need to know about your business.
Find more details here on being interviewed for an article, getting a listing in our Gardening Directory and getting a banner ad to link to your site.
We can create a custom package for you, too.
If your website isn’t what it should be, we can help with that. You know the information that should be there, but who has time to do all that writing? I’ve won state and national awards for my writing and editing– Allow me to do that task for you.
This is just one of the many services we provide that other publications can’t offer. What do you need help with?
Our loyal readers
Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com has more than 8,500 subscribers. This is the largest and most focused audience of Western New York gardeners. And our subscribers get the magazine more often than they receive other gardening publications–every Tuesday!
Please contact me so we can talk about how I can help you connect with an online audience of Western New York gardeners.
Connie Oswald Stofko