Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Ad space available on this blog

I'm about to jettison Google Ads for my own Saipan ads, whether it be local Saipan business ads, political ads or whatever advertising is desired by the community, and they will run through me, not Google or anything. This is designed for real CNMI businesses that want to get the word out, and this blog won't have internet spam advertising for Viagra and other assorted nonsense like that. This blog attracts a literate, computer savvy audience, and more than 2,500 unique, mostly Saipan, visits per month and growing every month, with an average visit length of almost 8:00 minutes, which is very high for blogs and the internet in general. Including reloads, 5,000 plus a month visit this blog. The prices will be reasonable, and I'd be interested in working with other active bloggers on this business endeavor. Email turbittj@yahoo.com for more information.

20 comments:

Bruce A. Bateman said...

There are some Garment workers, now unemployed with offices in and under downtown Garapan that might use your advertising services. They need that new Mobile Advertising technology. The one that goes with Curb Service and a dingleberry instead of a blackberry.

Not a bad idea.

lil_hammerhead said...

Funny... Thanks for the link!

saipanboonieman said...

i wish i had the money to make your first ad an anti-casino ad.... that would be funny.

bradinthesand said...

so what are these "reasonable" prices?

Jeff said...

i'm not advertising gigolo services brad. this is a family blog.

bradinthesand said...

...i offer 'reasonable' services.

Boni said...

do you accept food stamps?

bradinthesand said...

no, just food stamp.

Boni said...

Is that supposed to be some kind of joke Brad? Ha? Are you making fun of my accent?

Tamara said...

How about If I just post a comment on every one of your blogs that says "FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS GO TO MOYLAN'S" I'm already getting free advertising..why pay?? he he

Boni said...

That's sneaky Tami. I like it;)

bradinthesand said...

no boni, just most of the signs, nai.

lil_hammerhead said...

You're "selling out". Once you run local advertising, you put yourself in a position where you are less likely to be critical of those particular advertisers. This is especially true if the bucks are "rolling in".

Boni said...

Both cheeks or just one? I wonder who gets more hits, Jeff's blog or...

Tamara said...

ha ha ha..boni you crack me up!

Jeff said...

So is virtually every media outlet on the planet selling out?
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The reason that won't work is that I'll delete it, like that obnoxious putz formerly above.

bradinthesand said...

i don't see any deleted posts. what's up?

lil_hammerhead said...

The answer to your question Jeff is, "Yes". That's the only "straight" news comes from PBS and the BBC. But the "sell out" problem is exacerbated in a local community, where your advertisers are limited, more readily affected by bad local press and more likely to discontinue advertising. Companies need big media, so that provides a little rope for news editors, but not a whole lot.

Jeff said...

I don't buy that. Even those places have government funding, and piss off the government enough and guess what happens, especially in this government.

I've been attacking this government, that I indirectly work for, pretty much since I got here. If I'm all sold out, there are other blogs you can peruse.

lil_hammerhead said...

I didn't mean to be belittling. I meant to make an honest point. My apologies if you felt I somehow slighted your blog.