Advertising on AOA

aoa logo 250So, as we've mentioned, AOA has been around for a year now. And we'd really like stick around for awhile longer. But to do that, we gotta make some money to pay for all these pixels. And bagels. And food for the office dog.

You've probably noticed that AOA has started running ads from local businesses. It's a good start, but we need to keep building the pool of advertisers. And that's where we're hoping that you might be able to help us move things along:

+ If you own a business in the Capital Region, we'd love to talk with
you about advertising on AOA.

+ If you know someone who owns a local business, it'd be great if you could mention AOA to them.

+ If you know of a business or org that you think would be a good fit
for advertising on AOA
, send us an email.

+ If you see an advertiser on AOA, check them out when you get a chance. We're trying to line up advertisers that offer products and services that you'd be interested in.

(Perhaps you've noticed a theme here.)

We've priced AOA ads so they're affordable for all types of businesses. Here's more about how it works and what it costs. Got an idea for something different? Great -- we'd love to talk about that, too.

If you're interested in advertising, email us: advertising |at| alloveralbany |dot| com

And thanks for all of your support in the past year!

Comments

your much like the metroland paper, think like them... the web is harder... you must think outside the box, like all of us during this period... the answer? if I had it I wouldn't be worried about keeping my job.

As annoying as this might be, you might want to include ads within your content. When I skim through your stories with my RSS reader, I don't see any ads. You would get a lot more views and potentially more clicks if the ads were embedded before the jump tag in stories.

If you put ads the RSS then you really should make the feed be full text and not summary.

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