Hutton Broadcasting acquired Albuquerque.com in 2022 and quickly moved to offer the company’s multimedia marketing services in New Mexico’s largest community. The Duke City is by far New Mexico’s largest market, and is home to more than a million residents and the workplace of many others who commute into town. Reaching this huge audience of potential customers is essential for area businesses. Hutton Broadcasting can help your company do just that.
The new website was developed, and the Digital Display network was rolled out. Albuquerque.com will become known as the go-to website for information about what is happening in the area. Here viewers can read stories about Albuquerque and surrounding communities, including places to go, where to eat, summer and winter activities, history, and much more. The website provides opportunities for digital ads, site skin takeover ads, and business listings.
Business listings include an extensive description with direct links, photographs, contact information, plus web stories that include the company can be linked directly to the business listing.
With Albuquerque just an hour away from the company’s headquarters in Santa Fe, providing services to this new market couldn’t be easier. Our top-notch video production team is available to create engaging content to be shown on our website and digital display screens located in top Albuquerque restaurants and businesses, and our Traction Works department can work with area businesses to develop a dynamic website or digital marketing campaign to help grow their businesses.
Be one of the first to be part of Hutton Broadcasting’s newest service area by filling out the form to be contacted by an account executive in Albuquerque.
- Digital advertising on Albuquerque.com
- Business listings on Albuquerque.com
- Traction Works digital marketing services
- Video advertising on our Digital Display Screen network in Albuquerque
- Video advertising on our Hotel Channel network
- Print advertising in the official SWAIA Indian Market Artist Directory & Booth Guide, published by Hutton Broadcasting
Print advertising in Neighbors magazine, which is distributed across Southern New Mexico and from El Paso, Texas, to Los Lunas and Belen.