The Broomfielder Launches New Website
Dec 27, 2018 02:06PM
For 18 years, The Broomfielder™ staff has been honored to bring monthly community stories and information to your home each month. We thank you for helping us become an established and trusted local resource, and for browsing our pages and leaving a copy on the coffee table for another look later. This month we are excited to announce the launch of our new online presence, TheBroomfielder.com.
The new website will be a complement to the print edition, and will include some of the articles and content seen in print, but also super-timely and hyper-local ‘online-only’ content continuously updated throughout the month. In addition, TheBroomfielder.com will be an archive for past print editions in digital form. The print edition of the magazine will continue to be delivered to area homes and businesses each month and no changes are planned to its format or scope.
“The Broomfielder™ magazine is a community gathering place for all that is good about Broomfield,” said Publisher and Owner Mike Garrison. “Each month, we provide a forward-looking composite of things to do, places to go, events to attend, stories about inspirational residents, local places to shop and eat, and ways to support the community as whole. But all too often we find there is more information to share than our space in the magazine allows, or we find a need to have more frequent contact with our readers, or we hear residents of surrounding communities wishing they could have easier access to The Broomfielder™. TheBroomfielder.com will allow us to significantly expand our reach and our community impact.”
Editor Tina Eichner agreed, “Many months there is just so much more happening in the community that we want to tell our readers. Now we can highlight more events, groups, people, and local activities through the website. Content will be categorized by topic and easy to find.”
In addition to online-only content, the new site will feature easy access to the print edition of the magazine, a local event calendar, and a local business directory that will be built out and updated by business owners and become an increasingly valuable resource as time goes on. The site also has integrated social media buttons for Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest making it easy for readers to share content with one another, as well as easy one-click access to advertiser websites.
Mike added, “The website also gives us an opportunity to provide greater visibility to our advertisers, and with their partnership be an online local guide to goods and services and another connection point to their customers in the community.”