1289 Nickerson Road
Nickerson, Nebraska 68044
In 1704, The first newspaper advertisement, which was an announcement seeking a buyer for an Oyster Bay, Long Island, estate, is published in the Boston News-Letter for a few cents, and the property was sold immediately after.
Now newspapers charge per column inch. A column inch is a unit of space one column wide by one inch high and a typical newspaper usually has 6 columns. Let’s say you want to run an ad in the newspaper for a one day, and your ad is 4 columns wide by 10 inches deep. Your ad is 40 (4×10) column inches total. If the newspaper charges $12 per column inch, you will pay $480 a day to run it. Most full page ads are measured as 6 (columns) x 21 (inches) = 126 column inches at $1,512.00 per-day.
There is nothing on planet Earth that is more affordable when it comes to advertising than a website. For abot 60 to 70 cents a day, you can advertise whatever you want, when you want, as long as you want, and as often as you want. You are not limited to the number of lines, or columns for your advertisement like you are with a newspaper addvertisement, and you have unlimited advertising options.