Re: Best Places to Advertise for New Members
From: Robert Heinich (
Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 10:02:15 -0800 (PST)

I do not think you can do much better than hosting an appealing website with
your own domain name and advertising in the's MarketPlace.

We tried an ad in the Utne Reader and was even lucky enough to have the ad
placed in the same issue when Utne picked Durham as one of the ***America's
10 Most Enlightened
* (5/1/1997**).  However, we received no responses from that ad.

However, we were listed in's directory and did get inquiries
from that source.

Good luck.

-Robert Heinich
 Eno Commons Cohousing
 Durham, NC
  who wonders how we managed when we did not have much of a presence on the
  until AFTER we sold our lots

On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 2:14 AM, Martha <wordbiz [at]> wrote:

> Our Membership Team would like suggestions from other cohousing
> communities about what national print and online media have worked
> best to attract potential members from beyond their locale. While our
> construction moves forward, we are looking at magazine advertising as
> well as blogs, Google pay-per-click ads, and social media such as
> FaceBook.
> Martha Wagner
> Daybreak Cohousing
> Portland, Oregon <>

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