Advertise on QuakerQuaker!

It only takes about ten minutes to fill out our order form:

  1. Pick an Ad Size, Duration and Number of Impressions;
  2. Fill out the form below and receive an electronic invoice by email;
  3. Pay your invoice online or by check;
  4. Send us your ad

You can email us with questions at any time.

 

Why Advertise on QuakerQuaker?

QuakerQuaker homepage screenshotQuakerQuaker is a popular social networking website that provides a daily "Best Of" Quaker blog listing, hosts discussion boards, photo galleries and event listings and has active Facebook and Twitter communities. The QuakerQuaker.org site reaches over 3,787 monthly people, of which 2,768 (73%) are in the U.S. The site attracts a more educated and affluent audience. Learn more about our audience demographics at our verified account at Quantcast.com/quakerquaker.org.

 

Types of Ads:
The chart to the right shows the three ad sizes currently being offered by QuakerQuaker. The "Leaderboard" is wide across the top (728 by 90 pixels). The "Rectangle" is smaller and more box-like (180 by 150 pixels). The "Wide Skyscraper" is a long and thin ad that goes along a sidebar (160 by 600 pixels).

 

Ad Prices
Each ad size has it's own pricing based on CPM, or cost per thousand impressions (the "M" being the French mille). The current CPM prices are:

  • Rectangles: $8/thousand
  • Skyscraper: $11.75/thousand
  • Leaderboard: $18/thousand

Many advertisers opt for 5000 or 10,000 impressions per month:

  • Rectangles: $40 for 5000 impressions; $80 for 10,000
  • Skyscrapers: $58.75 for 5000 impressions; $117.50 for 10,000.
  • Leaderboards: $90 for 5000 impressions; $180 for 10,000.

The total cost is a simple calculation based on ad size, monthly impressions and the number of months you want to buy. We'll do the math when we make out your invoice so you can confirm it's the price you expect before you pay.

Ads can be displayed over any period of time. We can work with you to help you come up with your advertising strategy. Some advertisers want a certain amount of impressions (ad views) a month over a year's time, while others want ads to run over a specific time range. You can also have your ads show in a particular metropolitan area or town/county area.

 

Order Form:
Please click here to fill out the order form.

 

Questions:

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