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Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Promote Your Product, Service or Website to over 60,000 visitors each month, between the Assignment Construct, Photo Business News & Forum and Estimates & Bids sister blogs.

Now, you can economically promote your company or organization to photographers all around the word in a single step. Advertising on both blogs is easy, reasonably priced and effective.

Here are some of our statistics:

Over the course of a month, AssignmentConstruct Photo Business News & Forum gets about 60,000 page views from over 30,000 visits from around the world.

Our readership is primarily English-speaking, with 70% coming from the United States, 8% from Canada and 5% from the UK. The other 17 percent are spread around the world, mostly in Western Europe and Asia.

Our readership is made up of photographers who are running a photographic business well and looking for pointers, or aspiring to run one well, and looking for wholesale information. If your products or services are geared towards solving workflow or equipment solutions to a market segment that can afford quality products, then this forum is for you.

Prices for image-linked ads are as follows:

300p X 250p (Medium Rectangle) above fold: $2.00 CPM
240p X 400p (Vertical Rectangle) above fold: $2.50 CPM
336p X 280p (Large Rectangle) above fold: $2.50 CPM
180p X 150p (Rectangle) above fold: $1.50 CPM
300p X 250p (Medium Rectangle) below the fold: $1.50 CPM
240p X 400p (Vertical Rectangle) below the fold: $1.50 CPM
336p X 280p (Large Rectangle) below the fold: $2.00 CPM
180p X 150p (Rectangle) below the fold: $1.25 CPM

728p X 90p leaderboard, top, when available: $5 CPM
88p X 31p microbar: $1.25 CPM
120p X 240p (Vertical Banner): $1.75 CPM
728p X 90p leaderboard, bottom: $2.25 CPM

160p X 600p (Wide Skyscraper): $3 CPM
120p X 600p (Skyscraper): $2.50 CPM
300p X 600p Half Page Ad: $6 CPM

(CPM = Cost per 1,000 page views)

Estimates & Bids, Assignment Construct, and Photo Business News & Forum welcomes inquiries about exclusive parternship marketing and advertising arrangements for specific market segments. Please feel free to inquire.

Your Turn:

So, how would you estimate this assignment? Do you have all the answers/information, either from the client, or me, to provide an estimate? Please give it some thought, and post your estimate details. As you learned in math class - 'show your work'. In other words, don't just present a single dollar figure. Break it out, creative/usage together (or separate, your call), and outline expenses, both probable and possible.

Setting aside how your estimate would be nicely and neatly laid out, put the crux of the estimate in your entry.

All entries are moderated. Your entry must be thoughtful, (and considerate of others when you're making a response) for it to be approved.

Posted by John Harrington on 01/01

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