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New online service for classified advertising,, to be launched on February 1, 2012

Alma Media Corporation   Press release   January 31, 2012 at 15:00 EET

NEW ONLINE SERVICE FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING, MYYJAOSTA.COM, TO BE LAUNCHED ON FEBRUARY 1, 2012, an online service for classified advertising, part of Alma Media Corporation, goes through a transformation on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 and changes into new online service. offers more efficient way for consumers to sell their products online as well as in regional and local newspapers all over Finland. The combination of national online service and local papers ensure a superior visibility for the advertiser. online service has a new and improved visual appearance and usability. The basic functionality of the service remains the same as in – whoever can buy, sell, give, rent and auction their products in the nationwide online service.

Vast newspaper network to support advertising differs from other similar services with its vast network of regional and local newspapers. Consumers can reinforce their product visibility with a newspaper advertisement in in their local paper.

For newspapers offers a channel to serve customers also through a national online service.

– Both online service and printed newspapers have their own natural role in product trade between private consumers, and they complete each other well. It is more sensible to sell small, affordable products in the web, whereas expensive products find more buyers from the pages of newspapers, Riikka Wulff, the Managing Director of Alma Mediapartners Oy sums up.

Via, it is possible to buy newspaper advertisements from 13 regional papers and 20 local papers*, of which part is owned by Alma Media Corporation and part act behind Arena Partners Oy. In the spring, the selection broadens, and it is possible to advertise all in all in over 70 regional and local papers. Newspaper advertisements are paid safely in internet service bank.

* Aamulehti, Ilkka, Itä-Savo, Janakkalan Sanomat, Jokilaakso, Jämsän Seudun Vekkari, Jämsän Seutu, Kainuun Sanomat, Kankaanpään Seutu, Karjalainen, Keskipohjanmaa, Keskisuomalainen, KMV-lehti, Kuhmolainen, Lapin Kansa, Luoteisväylä, Länsi-Savo, Merikarvia-lehti, Nokian Uutiset, Pohjalainen, Pohjolan Sanomat, Pyhäjokiseutu, Raahelainen, Raahen Seutu, Rannikkoseutu, Satakunnan Kansa, Savon Sanomat, Sotkamo-lehti, Suur-Keuruu, Sydän-Satakunta, Tyrvään Sanomat, Valkeakosken Sanomat and Ylä-Kainuu.

For further information, please contact:

Liisa Vilén
Product manager,
Alma Mediapartners Oy
Tel. +358106653634

Riikka Wulff
Managing director
Alma Mediapartners Oy
Tel. +358407778299 in brief is an online service, which includes versatile array of different product categories of trade business. Both private consumers and companies can sell, buy, give, rent and auction products in In addition to online service, is also part of regional and local newspapers all over Finland. Part of the newspapers is owned by Alma Media Corporation and part act behind Arena Partners Oy, the development company of newspapers in middle Finland. belongs to Alma Mediapartners Oy, from which Alma Media owns 65 % and Arena Partnes 35%.     

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  • Published: 31.1.2012, 16:00
  • Category: Press release, Releases

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