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Share your entrepreneurial successes, struggles  

Once again, Southwest Florida Business Today (SWFBT) is dedicating its October 
edition to the entrepreneur. Share your latest entrepreneurial successes and
struggles, lessons lived and learned. 

These can include your Hurricane Ian survival and success stories, or not. 
There is no charge for these guest column submissions. They run on a space-
available basis. Please email them to [email protected]. If 
by chance we are unable to run your submission in this issue we will do our
best to run it in the November issue, which is our annual Anniversary edition,
so your submission is also a good fit there. We will also be featuring Hurricane
Ian survival and success stories in our annual November Anniversary edition.
Our monthly readership is now more than 50,000 business owners and
professionals online at our website and to our email audience, combined
with our print edition distributed in Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, Fort
Myers, and Cape Coral.         
The average entrepreneurial or Hurricane Ian guest column submission
for this issue should be around 300 words. Deadline for editorial content
is 5pm W 9/13: ad space and proof deadline is 5pm F 9/15. You may also 
submit a few photos (no web photos, please) and we will do our best to
publish one. 

Learn more about column guidelines and advertising rates for this edition 
on our websiteClick here for ad specs.
    Karen P. Moore

[email protected]
O: (239)573-9732
C: (239)770-7527
SWFL’s B2B Marketplace  

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    Digital & Print Opportunities

We also offer website advertising, email marketing, print flyer insertion, and
publication distribution customized for you to reach our local and proprietary
local business owner and professional audience. For more information, contact
Karen at (239)770-7527 or [email protected].   

Kick off your business week with “Moore About Business,” by tuning in to
the Southwest Florida PBS and National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate, WGCU
radio at 90.1 FM, airing on either “Morning Edition” or “All Things Considered”
the first day of each work week to hear SWFBT founder, owner and publisher
Karen P. Moore share information and insights for and about our local business
community. If you miss a segment, go to
business to hear current and past segments.

On February 20, 2023, when Moore’s radio segment regarding the future of develop-
ment of Fort Myers Beach was posted to social media, it received more than 50,000
hits—one of the highest number of hits for a single post in WGCU Radio’s history.  


SWFBT SUCCESS   Please consider the following testimonials when making your
decision to either submit a guest column or invest advertising dollars in Southwest
Florida Business Today (SWFBT):

“My business card ad program in SWFBT has netted me a lead that resulted in a sale
worth thousands of dollars—more than once!”
Steve Bray, Naples-Fort Myers, 9-Year Advertiser
“I’ve advertised in Southwest Florida Business Today for the past 15 years. It is the most
affordable way to reach the local business community. And everyone should take advantage
of the free guest column opportunity!” Randy Krise, Owner, Krise Commercial Real Estate,
15-Year Advertiser     

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