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It’s simple: Unlike most online advertising schemes with complicated lists of ad sizes, colors, guaranteed placements, and display types, La Scintilla Italiana has only one easy option—the option that makes you stand out. Each page of La Scintilla Italiana has a maximum of only six ads. When the viewer’s mouse passes over your ad (whether intentionally or accidentally), your ad instantly enlarges, and becomes that viewer’s main focus.

It’s targeted: If your organization or business targets Italians, Italian-Americans, and lovers of all things Italian, advertising in La Scintilla Italiana gives you the most bang for your advertising buck. Why use a pitch fork to find a needle in a haystack? Advertising in general-interest publications wastes your advertising dollars. La Scintilla Italiana works like a super magnet, immediately targeting its power to attract local Italians to your business or organization.

It’s practically-priced: For as little as $2.74 a day, you can target the people who are most likely to contribute to your success.

With a maximum of only six ads on each page of La Scintilla Italiana, viewers aren’t overwhelmed with a cluttered page full of everyone else’s advertising gimicks. Your ad will appear as one of a small group of ads, which when clicked opens a new window and displays your website’s home page—or any other page on your website that you want.

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