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ne of the most important contributions Hampton Roads Times has made to the Hampton Roads community is the creation of its rotating CarouSells® ().  This remarkably useful innovation makes exploring our magazine (as well as other websites) not only easier and more productive but downright fun!

     And for businesses and organizations, our CarouSells draw people to precisely the information, products, and services they most want to sell or talk about.  That's why we offer CarouSells to our advertisers, as it multiplies the "attention-grabbing power" of ads tremendously.   Click here to advertise with CarouSells.

     Note that some of our advertising plans not only include advertising using CarouSells on our site but also offer CarouSells free to use permanently on your own website. Or you can purchase separately CarouSells for your website. Click here to learn more about getting CarouSells for your own website.



single CarouSell can have anywhere from 5 to 40 rotating images, each hyperlinked to a webpage.  The images, which are rotated backwards or forwards with your mouse scroll, can be of artwork, of book covers, of places, houses, friends— basically images of just about any object, any thing, or anyone you can think of as well as text (for example, classifieds, poems, sayings, blog excerpts, etc.) and links to audio and video.  So they're great for corporate, organizational, and personal websites. 

You can use a CarouSell, or CarouSells, on your own website as well as on a website provided by the Hampton Roads Times, comprising its CarouSells® Gallery of Hampton Roads Businesses and OrganizationsClick here to see, for example, the CarouSell of the Writers SuperCenter, used to display some of the best-selling creativity and business software of that company.  Click here to advertise with CarouSells.

In addition, Hampton Roads Times itself uses CarouSells.  Indeed, it uses two CarouSells for the Category Directory of its CarouSells® Gallery of Hampton Roads Businesses and OrganizationsClick here to see those CarouSells in action.

Hampton Roads Times also uses CarouSells to highlight and give access to its Featured Places.

Find out about advertising on Hampton Roads Times and purchasing a CarouSell® today!



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