Friday, October 14, 2016

Family law-related advertising opportunity


Do you have a product or service to sell that's related to family law, but only a small budget to advertise it? Family Lore and its companion site Family Lore Focus can provide you with the opportunity to have that product or service seen by potentially tens of thousands of people every month, at very low cost.

Between them the two sites receive about 40,000 pageviews per month, the visitors including family law professionals, people involved in a family law case, and just people with an interest in family law.

Your advert won't be lost either, amongst hundreds of other adverts, or somewhere at the bottom of the page. It will be one of just a few adverts, usually or always visible near the top of the page, without having to scroll down to see it. I can also arrange for the advert to appear on virtually every page of both sites, so that it doesn't get missed by a visitor only looking at one page.

I can accept most types of advert, from a simple text link to a picture advert or (if available) a banner advert at the top of the page. I can also accept sponsored guest posts on Family Lore, preferably on a topic relevant to family law.

In addition, advertising is available in my weekly email newsletter. The newsletter goes out to over 700 subscribers, mostly family law professionals.

My advertising rates are extremely reasonable. If you would like a quote, please email me at john[@]familylore.co.uk, and I will provide you with one, based upon your requirements.

For details of my advertising policy, see here.

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