Have a website, blog, or service that you’d like to promote to thousands of tech enthusiasts, bloggers and engaged readers – at a price that won’t break the bank?
Well, you’ve come to the right place!
Newsletter Ad FAQs…
Why should I advertise in your newsletter?
Your ad in my Rick’s Tech Tips Daily Newsletter will allow you to speak directly to over 13,600 engaged readers.
Every issue of the newsletter has one top sponsorship ad spot and three classified ad spots available – and one of those spots can be yours.
Your sponsorship ad will be a text ad (up to 200 words) that includes a link to your website, blog or landing page.
Your classified ad will be a text ad (up to 100 words) that includes a link to your website, blog or landing page.
As an extra bonus, your ad will also remain in the archived version of the newsletter on this blog forever.
That means it will send traffic to your website/offer for years to come.
How much do these ads cost?
The fee for the top sponsorship ad is just $80 per issue.
Classified ads are just $25.
That means for as little as 25 bucks you can get your message out to thousands of engaged readers. Yes, really.
What will I get for my sponsorship?
Every sponsor of my newsletter receives all the following:
1 – Your ad in the newsletter linking to your website or social media profile.
2 – A shout-out to the followers of my busy social media accounts (~70,000 total on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn).
3 – Your ad (and the link to your website/blog) will be permanently displayed on the blog in the archived issue of the newsletter you sponsored. That means your website/offer will receive traffic from your ad for years to come.
What are the guidelines for the ads you’ll accept?
My Rick’s Daily Tips Tech Blog and its companion newsletter are family-friendly, and so are the ads I place in them.
Here are a few guidelines for the placement of newsletter ads:
1 – I can only publish family-friendly ads (no adult, gambling/gaming, pharma or other similar content).
2 – I cannot publish ads that are deceptive, misleading or could in any way be considered fraudulent.
3 – I will not publish or promote any type of content that I wouldn’t want my sweet, departed mom to see.
How do I get the ball rolling?
If you’re interested in placing your ad in an upcoming issue of the newsletter just send me an email and we’ll go from there.
My email address: [email protected]
I look forward to working with you!
Rick’s Daily Tips Tech Blog