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The Voice of Better Neighborhoods Everywhere


Companies, cities:

Please add us to your outreach program. We’ll post a Press Release for $199 (up to 800 words). Adding a photo or illustration is free and highly recommended. The image should be high resolution and at least 600 pixels wide. Once received and validated, Press Releases are tagged and moved into the Featured, Breaking News and Latest News sections of our website, and posted on our Facebook page. Twitter followers are notified via a Press Release Alert. Press Releases are saved in the CCWire archive.

Here’s all you do: First, submit a Press Release to Mary Gonzales via email. Please include a phone number. Then pay the posting fee of $199 to your credit card (processing by Stripe).


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If you would like to distribute Company/City StoriesReports or Jobs, contact Mary Gonzales via email. Please include a phone number. Company/City Stories (“sponsored content”) are identified as such and flow into the main news feed along with original content by independent authors. They are archived and a Company Story Alert is sent to Twitter followers. Reports provided by companies or analysts are posted to the home page, and a Twitter Report Alert is sent. Pricing varies.

Events postings are free. Contact Mary Gonzales via email.


Reporters, bloggers, citizens:

If you would like to submit a news story or details of local events, contact Mary Gonzales via email. Please include your phone number. Local stories should include photographs that you own the rights to.


Our Mission and Audience:

CityCauses is a pubic forum — a digital newspaper with social media channels — for discussing ways to make communities better. We’re all about citizen empowerment and doing good.

We’re giving a fresh look to community development and corporate social responsibility. Our focus is on solutions small groups of citizens can manage, often illustrating how others have done similar things. We encourage inclusion, empowerment and participation. We’ll recognize achievement, create awards, and have conferences and workshops. We’re the DIY of neighborhood improvement.

We’re dedicated to the notion that healthy communities maintain a balance of involvement among three groups: Civic leadership, citizens and corporations. Corporate partnerships, under the right circumstances, can unlock significant new funding.

We reach a local “eco-system” of citizens, civic and scholastic leaders, teachers, bloggers, journalists, businesspeople and other community advocates, including non-profit service organizations.

Thanks for your support.


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