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By Keith Archibald Forbes (see About Us) exclusively for Bermuda Online
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All the 165+ web files of Bermuda Online (BOL) are authored, written and updated solely by Bermudian-British author and internationally accredited socio-economic and travel writer/editor Keith Archibald Forbes (pictured, top). Email him at email@example.com over public holidays also at firstname.lastname@example.org. With his wife Lois also disabled and Bermudian, he is a Member of the Society of Authors, see http://www.societyofauthors.org. He began Bermuda Online (BOL) in 1990. It was purchased in 1991 from Keith by The Royal Gazette daily newspaper in Bermuda. BOL is still the only major website about Bermuda with everything done in-house including website administration and web-mastering. Keith is a former member of Bermuda's Broadcasting Commission, Consumer Affairs Board, Board of Education, Junior Chamber International, Reserve Constabulary, Bermuda Regiment, Kiwanis and more. He spends more than 28 hours a week in administering, maintaining, updating and web-mastering BOL files and replying promptly to relevant emails. BOL has grown hugely. (On September 1, 2005 BOL's size was 35.4 MB. But on July 2, 2018, still under the same author, BOL's size was nearly 10 times bigger, at 338 MB, now comprising 3200 items including 165+ sub-sites on Bermuda, copyrighted photos and graphics - and still growing).
Bermuda Online (BOL), still published independently, was acquired by The Royal Gazette Ltd (RG) from the above author . The RG is the only daily newspaper of Bermuda, see http://www.royalgazette.com/section/?template=6. Its present cost per issue is $1.50. BOL provides numerous web files on Bermuda of the type not covered on the RG's website. The RG is independent of any political party and is the principal (more than 85%) independent and impartial source of all offline and online news about Bermuda. The RG, Bermuda Business Directory and more are owned by Bermuda Press (Holdings) Ltd (BPHL), see http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/people.asp?privcapId=20458943 and http://www.bsx.com/CompanyDisplay.asp?CompanyID=127, of 13 Addendum Lane, Pembroke HM 07, Bermuda. Jonathan Howes is the CEO of BPHL. In July 2014 when the Bermuda Sun bi-weekly newspaper folded after 50 years, BPHL also acquired the Island Press and Bermuda.com websites.
To link to and thereby get a mention on BOL with reciprocal linkage, if you are a Bermudian business or civic or corporate entity, or one dealing regularly with Bermuda and would like to create a non-exclusive courtesy link to Bermuda Online (BOL), we'll gladly reciprocate with a similar free courtesy link to your website. Our Links &Mentions page gives further details. Reciprocal non-exclusive linkage ensures that when you link to us as one of your Bermuda information resources and services we return the courtesy by showing your website as one of the Bermuda information resources and services.
If you or your entity are not Bermudian or Bermuda-based or Bermuda-focused, and/or your Bermuda-based website does not link to us, we cannot link to or mention you unless there is a strategic reason to do so. However, you are welcome to buy advertising. Please deal directly with the Advertising Department of the Royal Gazette (RG), Bermuda's only daily newspaper, at http://www.royalgazette.com. See under "Advertising" in http://www.royalgazette.com/static/contact.html. The RG alone handles all paid advertising on BOL, the editor of which not employed by the RG (he handles the editorial side including all updates, new material and unpaid reciprocal links). The RG, not BOL, has the employees, credit and debit card, Pay Pal and related facilities and will quote you the relevant advertising rates. Thereafter, BOL will gladly work with the RG to place your ad in the way, size and duration you want.
September 7, 2018
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