How to attract advertisers for your site

Written by Michael Wall

How to attract advertisers for your site

Build a site with plenty of content Firstly it's pretty obvious that you need to build a site with plenty of content. You'll also need to have a targeted audience in mind fromrepparttar outset. My site was aimed atrepparttar 150043 beginner to intermediate ASP developer.

Promoterepparttar 150044 site You’ll need to promoterepparttar 150045 site in search engines, directories and exchange links with other similar sites and build uprepparttar 150046 site's reputation.

Look for similar sites on a related subject and advertisers To source advertisers look for those who are currently running ad campaigns on sites related to your topic. This way you know what companies will be receptive to your inquiry. Make a list of allrepparttar 150047 companies that you intend to contact. It's a good idea to also make a note of those companies that you do contact for future reference. You can noterepparttar 150048 date and whether you received a response amongst other things.

Contact advertisers – send an introductory email Contact those advertisers onrepparttar 150049 list either by email or phone. Below is a sample email that might give you some guidance on what to send.

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My name is Michael Wall, I amrepparttar 150050 owner and founder ofrepparttar 150051 website which offers ASP tutorials, articles and resources aimed atrepparttar 150052 beginner to intermediate ASP.

I am actively looking for an advertiser for an available slot on my site (state which slot is available and provide a screenshot is appropriate).The slot is exclusive and non-rotating and sold on a month by month basis.

ayurvedic medicne for type 2 diabetes

Written by goldie

Salacia oblonga Indian herb also known as Ponkoranti. It has been used by Indian natives since ancient times to effectively manage Diabetes. This is a effective cure for type 2 diabetes. Reduction in blood sugar levels can be observed within 5 days of usage. It is also a strong weight gain inhibitor and effectively controls weight gain commonly associated with type 2 diabetic patients.

The recommended dosage is 1000 mg twice daily. To purchase this medicine visit write to


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