Advertise With NancyOnNorwalk

An engaged reader base

NancyOnNorwalk.com has become the very best way to reach Norwalk’s most influential people. Accept no pretenders or pundits – this site offers original, professionally produced, must-read political news and commentary every day. Norwalk’s decision-makers read this site first and often, so your message needs to be here in one form or another.

NancyOnNorwalk.com, launched in October 2012, is operated by Chapman Hyperlocal Media Inc., a Connecticut non-profit,  501(c)(3) corporation.

NancyOnNorwalk.com is averaging about 100,000 page views a month and counts among its readers all the most influential and civic-engaged people in Norwalk.

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Our ad units:

300 × 250 or 300 × 150 banners, including static images or any kind of animation.

The right column is split into upper & lower rotations. Banners will move around randomly in each, ensuring that every sponsor shares top billing equally in either section, based on price.

Email Blast Sponsorship:

Exclusive — A text-based message of up to 60 words (with multiple links) near the top of the email, or a 400 x 100 banner.

The Wallpaper:

Exclusive — Your message can encompass the whole background of the site, including a strip across the top and on both sides of the site’s regular content area. This ad unit gets the most response & highest click-through rate.

For more information or to advertise, contact Eric Chapman at [email protected]

About this site

NancyOnNorwwalk.com was conceived as the place to go for Norwalk residents to get the real, unvarnished story about what is going on in and around their city. NancyOnNorwalk does not intend to be a print newspaper online; rather, it exists to pull the curtain back and shine a spotlight on how Norwalk is run and what is happening regarding issues that have an impact on taxpayers’ pocketbooks and safety. As an independent site, NancyOnNorwalk’s first and only allegiance is to the reader.

About Nancy

Nancy came to Norwalk in September 2010 and, after reporting on Norwalk for two years for another company, resigned to begin Nancy On Norwalk so she engage in journalism the way it was meant to be done. She is married to career journalist Mark Chapman, has a son, Eric (the artist and web designer who built this website), and two cats – a middle-aged lady and a young hottie who are learning how to peacefully co-exist.