North Jersey Media Group (North Jersey) has launched a new website – BergenCounty.com – dedicated to helping Bergen County residents – and those looking to live in the county – find answers to their questions about the area.  

Billed as “The Resident Expert,” the site covers a wide-range of useful and interesting topics like how property taxes work, where to buy fresh fish, where to watch a movie with reclining seats and more.   

The display and banner ad-free site generates all of its revenue through native advertising – also known as content marketing – through which sponsored stories are created through partnerships with clients.  President Stephen Borg noted all stories on the site are capable of being sponsored but they are thoroughly researched and written by the staff, providing value for both users and clients.  

BergenCounty.com Editor Joyce Venezia Suss, a long-time Bergen County resident, leads a staff that collectively has more than a century of living in communities throughout Bergen County.  

“BergenCounty.com not only researches what is good and not so good in the county and shares our experiences, but it also links to stories in North Jersey’s publications and websites,” Venezia Suss said.  

Visit BergenCounty.com


About North Jersey Media Group
Independent and family-owned, North Jersey Media Group (North Jersey) is the leading provider of news and marketing services in northern New Jersey. The Record and its sister publication, Herald News, are award-winning daily newspapers that reach nearly half a million readers a day with local, investigative and enterprise reporting. Forty-nine community newspapers circulate to 778,000 households across Bergen, Passaic, Essex, Morris, Hudson and Sussex counties. Together, the company’s daily and community newspapers reach 98% of homes across Bergen and Passaic counties.  NorthJersey.com is the number one website for local breaking news, receiving approximately 12 million monthly page views.  Bergen.com, with approximately 1.5 million monthly page views, is the number one site dedicated to events and things to do for Bergen County. (201) Magazine reaches 50,000 affluent households in Bergen County, one of the country’s wealthiest. Additional magazines reach the affluent residents of Wayne, Millburn, Short Hills and Montclair. The events division, Exposure, offers clients innovative ways to reach current and prospective customers through live experiences and community showcases. The company’s state-of-the-art, solar-powered plant prints all of the company’s newspapers and those of select other publishers. The company employs nearly 1,000 people across 11 locations in North Jerse

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