180 miles of Oregon Coast: Astoria, Gearhart, Seaside, Cannon
Beach, Manzanita, Nehalem, Wheeler, Rockaway, Garibaldi, Tillamook,
Oceanside, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Waldport,
Yachats & Florence
Hagestedt - editor / publisher (these are also the contacts
Home Office: Manzanita
Inquiries: North and Central Coast - Contact Andre' Hagestedt
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covers Astoria to Florence, with breaking travel news updated
your single source of information on the upper half of the Oregon
Coast for beaches, lodging, dining, travel news, entertainment,
wine, science, coastal secrets, pets & more
Tuned for some cutting edge print products, as well as more websites.
BeachConnection.net/Oregon Coast Beach Connection and Advertising
packages run for the year: with basic packages around $300 for
the year exposing you to around 16,000 people per month, while
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covers more things more deeply and extensively than anyone else
in the tourism business: detailed virtual tours, coastal science,
lodging, dining, vacation rentals, weather, real estate news and
listings, beach secrets, bars, maps, day trips, lodging specials,
weddings and constantly updated news articles about any coastal
subject you can imagine – all to promote the coast and keep
the region in the faces of people in Oregon, outside the state
and around the world in some very cutting edge ways.
- Not just a listing of Oregon Coast
lodging and dining possibilities, but daily updated travel, science
and entertainment news stories
- Vast network of content syndication, via various
news search engines and RSS feeds – essentially another
layer of the Internet
- Dominates most larger and detailed searches about
the coast, especially those important searches for lodgings, beaches
- Over 2,000 pages of coastal info (and grows every
- Mobile lodging and dining listings enable you
to find coastal places on your handheld device
- Searchable database to find any
detail about the Oregon coast
- Thousands of sites linking to BeachConnection.net
- The only Oregon travel with a media buzz; other
media that have featured us include all Portland TV stations,
The Oregonian, various Portland radio stations, Daily Astorian,
Associated Press, Positively Entertainment, Statesman Journal
and national talk show host Stephanie Abrams, among many others.
BeachConnection.net shows up in other media with regularity, including
a news partnership with KATU.com.
- Named one of top 100 travel
sites by 09.com.
Andre' Hagestedt for more info: 503-384-9617, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oregon Coast Beach Connection/BeachConnection.net
has its roots in a magazine that was on the central coast for
almost ten years. As it changed hands over time, it became obvious
the technology of the Internet and of handheld devices was going
to eventually eliminate the need for print publications, having
made sizable dents in that industry already . It was decided in
the summer of 2005 that the switch would be made to the Net, and
in early 2006 the current model of BeachConnection.net came into
existence, as its daily news stories began circulating on Google
news and a variety of other news and RSS feed networks.
In late 2007, the website began utilizing video
on top of the other various cutting edge techniques for distributing
content, and now has a growing number of coastal videos on YouTube.
In 2008, BeachConnection.net began utilizing revoluntionary
new technology that allows automatically changing content that
search engines can pick up on. This allows for small boxes that
constantly stream new headlines, as well as weather information
and other useful content.
Late that year, BeachConnection.net began expanding
and launching new media sites: DailyNewsOregon.com,
More unusual and visionary approaches will be added
to this and the other websites soon.
Publisher/editor Andre' Hagestedt is a veteran
entertainment journalist who has worked with Salem's Statesman
Journal, The Oregonian, KXL radio, The Rocket (Seattle), Valley
Business Weekly, Eugene Weekly, BarFly Magazine and a host of
others. Since 1994, he has freelanced
for or worked at these publications, and numerous others. He has
been reporting on music, business, tourism and general news during
that time, adding science and more esoteric subjects after launching
Hagestedt is also a publicist and media expert
for the cities of Newport, Seaside and Cannon Beach, as well as
a handful of other coastal businesses.
He began building websites in the mid-90's,
including the extremely popular Oregon Coast Alterna-Guide. He
has documented every single beach access between Astoria and Florence
many times over since 1999. He lives part time in Manzanita and
Portland, as well as in the Depoe Bay area.