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"El Ojo del Lago." The Best Monthly Publication in the State of Jalisco
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Its goal, to present a pleasant lifestyle in the best climate of the world.

 It's literary content informs and gives our readers an enjoyable time. It contains important information, for local residents as well as newcomers. As you read along you will find information on homes for sale and rent in the area, the variety of stores and restaurants we have depending on your needs, and the services offered which will help solve your problems. All the reading material has a literary quality which readers enjoy.

This has made "El Ojo del Lago" a publication readers keep at least one month, to go back and look up a telephone number, commercial information or social happenings. It contains articles for everyone. It informs us on social and cultural events which enlighten the life of our community. Its the only one of a kind.

It prints 8000 copies distributed as follows:

6000 for the Lake Chapala area.

1500 in Guadalajara and Tlaquepaque.

500 suscriptions (U.S.A. and Canada) Directed towards English readers, from the U.S.A., Canadá, Guadalajara and Lake Chapala.

 

Our size is American Tabloid
 
1 Page
$5,280 pesos in color + IVA
 
 
1/2 Page
$2,770 pesos in color + IVA
 

3/8 Page
$2,080
pesos in color + IVA
 
 
1/4 Page
$1,520 pesos in color + IVA
 
 
1/8 Page
$760 pesos in color + IVA
 

1/16 Page
$350 pesos in color + IVA
 
* Couche 1 Page $ 7,700
* Couche 1/2 Page $ 3,850
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