Little Rock, Arkansas (PRWEB) July 07, 2011
LandsofAmerica.com, the nation's largest listing network of rural real estate, today announced its newest strategic partnership with Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. This partnership will combine ArkansasOnline.com’s expansive statewide reach with LandsofAmerica.com’s unparalleled compilation of Arkansas land for sale.
With the addition of LandsofAmerica.com content, ArkansasOnline.com’s real estate platform has become significantly more diverse and comprehensive. This new content will enable visitors to view farms, ranches, waterfront properties and country homes across numerous counties that rely on the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, which reaches more adults than any other media in the state.
“LandsofAmerica.com is a natural partner with HomesArkansas.net. The state of Arkansas has a beautiful landscape and a proud history of rural land usage from farming to hunting to general recreation. People use HomesArkansas.net to search for properties of all types, and Lands of America provides our visitors with some of the best acreage in the Natural State,” states Conan Gallaty, Online Director of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
“We are extremely excited to add such a well-recognized organization as our first partner in Arkansas,” said Jake Massengale, CEO of LandsofAmerica.com. “By expanding our network with highly visible partners especially in an outdoor state such as Arkansas, allows us to continually offer industry-leading exposure in the rural real estate niche.”
LandsofAmerica.com (http://www.landsofamerica.com) is the leading online real estate marketing service for brokers and agents specializing in rural land for sale. Its network of over 350 websites, advertises lake houses, land, farms, ranches, country estates and neighborhood homes in small towns across the country. The company was formed in 2002 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (http://ArkansasOnline.com) is Arkansas' largest only statewide newspaper and reaches more adults than any other media in the state with a total print and online audience of more than 560,000 adults in the Little Rock DMA each week.