Sponsored Content

PR360 delivers quality (paid listing only) newsworthy sponsored content via Caribbean360’s web site and email bulletins. It is not a wire service aimed at distributing press releases to a list of media outlets.

Article/graphics/video content embed code must be emailed to pr360@caribbean360.com. Once approved and a sponsored article package selected, a secure payment link will be emailed to the client to pay for the listing prior to activation. All payments are made securely online using a credit card or PayPal.


PR360 WEB SITE – US$49
  • Web site listing
  •  Sponsored article, single jpeg graphic (minimum size 740 pixels wide x 493 pixels high), web link, contact info and option to include multimedia content* (e.g. video file embedded in body of sponsored article)
  • Please provide sponsored article in Microsoft Word, Google Docs or text format.

*Caribbean360’s web site received 6.1 million page views, and 1.7 million unique visitors in 2014.
Multimedia content must be supplied web-ready

  • Web site listing
  •  Email bulletin single insertion*
  •  Sponsored article, single jpeg graphic (minimum size 740 pixels wide x 493 pixels high), web link, contact info and option to include enhanced content (e.g. video file embedded in body of sponsored article)
  • 15 sponsored articles US$1,200 (paid in advance – a savings of US$285)
  • sponsored articles *Caribbean360’s email bulletins generated in excess of 1.9 million views in 2014 and averages more than 600 new subscribers every month.
Client Benefits
  • Sponsored articles featured on home page of www.caribbbean360.com
  • Sponsored articles featured in content-relevant site section
  • Sponsored articles keyword optimized for natural search i.e. Google, Yahoo, Bing
  • Sponsored articles automatically published to Google news
  • Sponsored articles published via Caribbean360 RSS feeds
  • Sponsored articles published via Caribbean360 social media sites (Twitter, Facebook)
  • musin206

    What’s with the virulent anti-Obama ads – every single day?? I love keeping in touch with news from home, but seriously, these ads would make a non-Caribbean person wonder about a the credibility of a news source that has to depend on nutty right-wing ads to survive. Some of these ads would likely not meet the libel/slander bar that Caribbean papers have to adhere to (or the standards of basic ‘love thy neighbor’ decency for that matter)! I for one would be willing to pay a subscription, so come on Caribbean 360: start a donation/subscription service or something. We can oppose/support Obama’s policies AND keep Caribbean people informed without sacrificing our class!

    • Thanks for the feedback. We are moving in that direction very shortly!

  • Pael

    Great post

  • Pael

    Great post

  • koolkoolie


    Some keep saying that President is black.
    What racial group is his mother?
    Did his father support and help educate him?
    Do any one expect President Obama to get what he deserves from some European Americans?
    Are some Caribbean Africans racists especially Trinidad&Tobago.
    I would like to start from here and then indulge in serious dialogue based on historical facts and present day conclusions.