Internet Marketing

We are Dominant in Chicagoland’s Internet Marketplace

With our recent acquisition of the ChicagoNet and Netenant Nationwide ISP Group, (One of the largest, oldest and most respected Independent ISP’s headquartered in Chicago), Lawndale is once again in a unique position to give your company what no other Hispanic, or Bilingual newspaper can.

Access to over 130,000 PAID Internet subscribers.

A combination of 3,840,000 Unique Hits per month through Lawndale News, ChicagoNet & Netenant.

Direct E-mail Advertising (your advertisement or information) sent with our ISP announcements (to our captive audience), on a monthly or semi-monthly basis. That’s more than 100,000 NET PAID Internet and newspaper subscribers. (Approx 100,000 net subscribers after email opt-out).

Direct Mail – U.S. Postal Service. Your circular is mailed with our ISP Quarterly announcements, directly to the Homes of our Internet subscriber base. This service is typically available to Print Circular Advertisers only. Ask your sales representative for details.)

If you are a print advertiser, ask for our low combo rates. OR, get FREE Banner advertising on all three sites with your 26week print advertising contract. That’s 3,840,000 Hits per Month For FREE!

“I’ve been a ChicagoNet user since 1996. I love it.” - Jay Rodriguez, Schaumburg.

“There service always seems to be up, even when my other DSL provider is down” - Jeff William, Barrington.

“This ISP now has more than 7,000 dial-up access points Nationwide. That’s as many as AOL/Time Warner and Earthlink. It’s like free service when I’m on the road.” – Mike Mendez, Cicero

www.chicagonet.net , www.netenant.com

“As the President of the Little Village Community Council and as someone who has advertised in, written articles for and submitted photos to, I know that it’s a great community newspaper. It is 100% receptive to the community in every way. It is an excellent neighborhood newspaper that really covers the whole city & suburbs, and actually covers Hispanic news.”
-August Sallas, President of the Little Village Community Council, Chicago.