Thank You Thank You Thank You

Thank You Thank You Thank You

As 2016 comes to a close and we reflect on the past twelve months, all of us at SideStreet Media would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to our audience and clients for the remarkable success we’ve experienced. Our numbers are in for 2016 and they are inspiring. Our three programs; Corydon Times, Downtown Exchange Times and SideStreet Canada now have a combined daily reach of over 15,000.

We’ve gone through our Most Read Articles for 2016 and found that Winnipeggers are interested in fellow Winnipeggers. Our Breakfast with the Boss series introduced some fascinating business people and we were able to personalize some amazing local businesses.

Our Faces of Winnipeg profiled people that you may not know personally but each and every one of them contribute to the greatness of our city.

Our goal at SideStreet Media was to first cultivate and grow a digital audience interested in a specific area, and to give some of the amazing small businesses and organizations in Winnipeg the opportunity to engage with that audience in a cost effective, consistent manner. It’s become quite evident that today’s consumer wants to deal with people they know and trust and our platforms help small business build strong relationships with potential consumers before they even walk into an establishment.

In an increasingly challenging world for marketers suffering from decreasing print readership, low television and radio ratings, SideStreet Media has been able to reach consumers with uninterrupted brand messaging by allowing small business to tell their stories.

Our business model works because it’s a highly cost-effective way for small business to extend their reach. Our programs can get a business’s content and offers in front of a huge audience at a very low cost in real time. The model allows a business to focus their budget on exactly the types of people that are most likely to be interested in a business or service.

We’re thrilled to be able offer a solution to a long-standing problem in the small business community; reaching a large segment of the population in a cost-effective way. 2017 is going to bring great things for our community.