Contacting Oregon Coast Beach Connection -

Covering two states of coastlines: all of Oregon Coast and Washington Coast: La Push, Forks, Aberdeen, Westport. Seaview, Moclips, Grayland, Long Beach, Ilwaco, Astoria, Gearhart, Seaside, Cannon Beach, Manzanita, Nehalem, Wheeler, Rockaway, Garibaldi, Tillamook, Oceanside, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Waldport, Yachats, Florence, Reedsport, North Bend, Coos Bay, Charleston, Bandon, Nesika, Langlois, Port Orford, Gold Beach, Brookings

Andre' GW Hagestedt

Andre' Hagestedt - editor / publisher and founder / owner (these are also the contacts for and

[email protected]

Home Office: Portland
Portland Office: (503) 384-9617

Advertising Inquiries: Washington coast and Oregon coast - Contact Andre' Hagestedt
Email:& [email protected]

(503) 384-9617.

Follow us on covers all of Washington coast and Oregon coast, with breaking travel news updated daily.

It's your single source of information on the Oregon / Washington Coast for beaches, lodging, dining, travel news, entertainment, wine, science, coastal secrets, pets & more

Check special sections such as weather, road conditions, and much more.

About Coast Beach Connection and Advertising Overview

Advertising packages run for the year: with basic packages around $300 for the year exposing you to about 20,000 people per month, while higher packages around $800 and higher can expose you up to 700,000 people a month.

Oregon Coast Beach Connection covers more aspects of the coast more deeply and extensively than anyone else in the tourism business: detailed virtual tours, coastal science, lodging, dining, vacation rentals, weather, beach secrets, bars, maps, day trips, lodging specials, weddings and constantly updated news articles about any coastal subject you can imagine – all to promote the coast and keep the region in the faces of people in Oregon, outside the state and around the world in some very cutting edge ways.

- A readership of nearly 4 million people each year

- Pageviews about 9 million each year

- Not just a listing of Oregon Coast lodging and dining possibilities, but daily updated travel, science and entertainment news stories

- Vast network of content syndication, via various news search engines and RSS feeds – essentially another layer of the Internet

- Dominates most larger and detailed searches about the coast, especially those important searches for lodgings, beaches and restaurants

- Over 7,000 pages of coastal info (and grows every day)

- The only Oregon-based site with mobile listings for lodgings, restaurants, etc.

- Enormous social media reach (over 90,000 followers on FB)

- Searchable database to find any detail about the Oregon coast

- Thousands of sites linking to Oregon Coast Beach Connection

- The only Oregon travel with a media buzz; other media that have featured us include all Portland TV stations, The Oregonian, various Portland radio stations, Daily Astorian, Associated Press, Positively Entertainment, Statesman Journal and national talk show host Stephanie Abrams, among many others. shows up in other media with regularity, which included a news partnership with

- Named one of top 100 travel sites by

Contact Andre' Hagestedt for more info: 503-384-9617, [email protected]

History of

Oregon Coast Beach Connection/ has its roots in a magazine that was on the central coast for almost ten years. As it changed hands over time, it became obvious the technology of the Internet and of handheld devices was going to eventually eliminate the need for print publications, having made sizable dents in that industry already . It was decided in the summer of 2005 that the switch would be made to the Net, and in early 2006 the current model of came into existence, as its daily news stories began circulating on Google news and a variety of other news and RSS feed networks.

In late 2007, the website began utilizing video on top of the other various cutting edge techniques for distributing content, and now has a growing number of coastal videos on YouTube.

In 2008, began utilizing revoluntionary new technology that allows automatically changing content that search engines can pick up on. This allows for small boxes that constantly stream new headlines, as well as weather information and other useful content.

Late that year, began expanding and launching new media sites:, and

More unusual and visionary approaches will be added to this and the other websites soon.

Publisher/editor Andre' Hagestedt is a veteran entertainment journalist who has worked with Salem's Statesman Journal, The Oregonian, KXL radio, The Rocket (Seattle), Valley Business Weekly, Eugene Weekly, BarFly Magazine and a host of others. Since 1994, he has freelanced for or worked at these publications, and numerous others. He has been reporting on music, business, tourism and general news during that time, adding science and more esoteric subjects after launching

Hagestedt is also a publicist and media expert for the cities of Newport, Seaside and Cannon Beach, as well as a handful of other coastal businesses.

He began building websites in the mid-90's, including the extremely popular Oregon Coast Alterna-Guide. He has documented every single beach access between Astoria and Florence many times over since 1999. He lives part time in Manzanita and Portland, as well as in the Depoe Bay area.




Oregon Coast Lodging
Cannon Beach Lodging
Manzanita, Rockaway, Wheeler Lodging
Pacific City, Oceanside, Netarts, Tierra Del Mar Lodging
Lincoln City Lodging
Depoe Bay Lodging
Newport Lodging
Waldport Lodging
Yachats Lodging
Oregon Coast Vacation Rentals
Oregon Coast Lodging Specials

Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfasts / B&Bs

Oregon Coast Restaurant, Dining Guide
Cannon Beach Dining
Manzanita, Rockaway, Wheeler Dining
Pacific City, Oceanside, Netarts, Tierra Del Mar Restaurants
Tillamook Bay Restaurants, Dining
Lincoln City Dining, Restaurants
Depoe Bay Restaurants, Dining
Newport Restaurants, Dining

Waldport, Yachats Restaurants, Dining
Florence Restaurants, Dining
Restaurant Reviews

Coast Events Calendar
Seaside, Cannon Beach Calendar
Manzanita, Rockaway Events
Tillamook, Pacific City Calendar
Lincoln City Events Calendar
Newport, Depoe Bay Events Calendar
Yachats Events Calendar

Oregon Coast Weather
Seaside Weather
Cannon Beach
Nehalem Bay / Wheeler
Pacific City
Lincoln City
Depoe Bay Weather

Oregon Coast Complete Guides every beach access,
Seaside, Oregon Complete Guide
Cannon Beach Complete Guide
Three Capes Complete Guide
Lincoln City Complete Guide
Waldport, Seal Rock Guide

Oregon Coast Travel News

Coastal Bars, Lounges

Search for Oregon Coast Subjects, Articles

Oregon Coast Camping

Explore Every Beach Spot in Hundreds of Oregon Coast Pictures

Astoria - at the northernmost tip of Oregon

Where the Columbia meets the Pacific, Land of Lewis & Clark and loads of atmosphere & history
Seaside, Oregon

The Promenade, Tillamook Head, family fun & broad, sandy beaches
Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast
Cannon Beach

A mysterious lighthouse, upscale yet earthy, a huge monolith, fine eateries & an art mecca
Nehalem Bay, Manzanita, Nehalem, Wheeler and Rockaway Oregon Coast
Nehalem Bay

Manzanita's beaches, Nehalem and Wheeler's quirky beauty; laid back Rockaway
Oregon Coast: Tillamook Bay, Tillamook, Bay City, Barview, Garibaldi
Tillamook Bay

Garibaldi, Barview, Bay City, Tillamook & an oceanfront ghost town
Three Capes Loop, Oceanside, Netarts, Pacific City, Cape Lookout, Cape Meares
Three Cape Loop

The hidden secret of the coast: Cape Meares, a lighthouse, Oceanside, Netarts and Pacific City
Lincoln City, Cascade Head, Neskowin, Inland Highway 101
Lincoln City
& the Corridor of Mystery
Miles & miles of unbroken beaches, Cascade Head, Neskowin and manmade attractions
Depoe Bay on the Oregon Coast
Depoe Bay

A spouting horn downtown, freaky hidden cliffs and whales, whales, whales
Newport, Nye Beach on the Oregon Coast

Time-tripping Nye Beach, a bustling bayfront, marine science-central and two lighthouses
Waldport, Seal Rock
Waldport / Seal Rock

Pristine, even secretive sands and wild geologic landmarks

Constantly dramatic wave action, a mix of the rugged & upscale
Between Florence and Yachats - oodles of secret beaches
Upper Lane County

25 miles of deserted beaches & oodles of wonders
Florence - on the central Oregon coast

A lighthouse, ancient bayfront and miles and miles of fluffy dunes