I'm not a native english speaker, and I don't know the exact phrase or word for the action of telling important information to others on a flyer/website/etc. I'd say announce but I think this is not the perfect word for it. E.g.: if I shout "wow, I've seen that xy is on discount at abc shop, check it out" I'm not just announcing, I'm "warning" someone but in a positive way. Or If I say "did you know that you must wear your seatbelt" I'm also informing someone but not really announcing. I appreciate your help in advance. :)
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- attention; observation.
"their silence did not escape my notice"
synonyms: attention, observation, awareness, consciousness, perception ...
- notification or warning of something, especially to allow preparations to be made.
"interest rates are subject to fluctuation without notice"
synonyms: notification, warning, advance warning, announcement...
- become aware of.
"he noticed the youths behaving suspiciously"
synonyms: observe, perceive, note, see, discern, detect, spot, distinguish, mark, remark ...
I think proclaim, or declare are good words which fit what you are asking for.
notified, informed, mentioned, told (them) all work. In your example: "I notified her of the sale at the ABC shop.