Advertising

james raiaGreetings,

TheWeeklyDriver.com, the website I have edited and published since 2004, accepts banner ads, text links and advertorial content. Advertorials can be 600-700 words maximum with one image and two links.

Advertorials include the words “Sponsored Content.” The posts will appear on the front page and are then archived. Advertorials, like other content, are pushed to all major social media outlets.

The non-negotiable fee is $400 for one year if the client provides the content. When the post is approved by all parties, payment is due and the post will then be live on the site.

Banner ads are $500 per year and text links on current content are $300 per year. Gaming and adult sites are not allowed.

My colleague and I also have a weekly podcast, The Weekly Driver Podcast.

Voice introduction at the start and finish of each podcast episode is available for $100 per month with a six-month minimum.

A one-year contract is $1,000. A text link at the bottom of the introductory text to each episode of the podcast is included. Each episode is pushed to all major social media outlets and is also posted to my automotive site.

Customized agreements are also considered. We are also looking for a title sponsorship, an all-encompassing opportunity. It’s $10,000 per year.

Cheers, James Raia
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (916) 508-5122
Syndicated Automotive Columnist
Editor/Publisher, www.theweeklydriver.com
Host, www.theweeklydriver.com/podcast
Personal site: www.jamesraia.com

Payment

All payments must be made in advance through PayPal.

If you have a creative idea for ad placement or running a media campaign, feel free to contact me. Creative ideas are always welcome.

 

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