Community News

It's here! Bucks County Alive Launches New Website
Mobile friendly with a totally unique Display Advertising Program

After many months of hard work, we are excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website family. Besides being mobile-friendly, the new websites provide an updated navigation system with easy access to the most popular areas including our Events Calendar. The redesign also includes the enhancement of hyper-local search availability on a town-wide level to encourage the growth of shopping local and living local in our communities.

One of the most exciting elements is the introduction of the new Dynamic Ad Program, replacing the old static display ad program. This program allows companies to maintain dynamic content in real-time to foster brand awareness, send a message to potential customers, and ultimately result in customer engagement. “We are very excited to introduce this next generation of advertising for local businesses as it puts the power in their hands to get a fresh message out to the community in real-time,” said Jack Mikula, our lead developer extraordinaire.

No digital outlet in the area covers events like us. Local communities enter awesome events every day, keeping our calendar fully stocked with an average of 2,000 events. The popularity of our events calendar has exploded and its power to "shout it from the rooftops" is almost magical. In addition to folks coming to our websites to view the calendar, we send out weekly event emails to about 5,000 people who have signed up to find out what is going on in the area. Entering your event in our calendar is the first step - but you can seal the deal by participating in one our advertising programs.

We hope you like the changes! Please share your feedback about our new website in our form at the bottom of every page.

About Bucks County Alive

BucksCountyAlive.com is part of our family of 48 websites ( CommunitiesAlive.com) that serves Bucks County, Montgomery County, Hunterdon County and the Lehigh Valley. For more information contact Mary Ann at 215-340-7692 or maryann@buckscountyalive.com.