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Pricing Embedded Video Advertising Banner

  • Embeddable Videos preffered; YouTube, Vimeo
  • Most Standard file formats supported including gif, jpeg, video, and Flash
  • Run of Site (ROS), Above the Fold Placement, costs $249 per month. (ROS ads are shown on every page)
  • ROS Ads at Bottom of all pages are only $79 per month
  • ROS, Above the Fold Placement, with reporting is $10 CPM ($10 for every 1,000 times your banner is shown).  You will be provided with a monthly report or an account for real-time reporting.  Contact us directly for more information.
  • There is a 25% discount on all advertisements running 3 consecutive months (discount is applied to the 3rd month and each month thereafter for uninterrupted advertising campaigns).
  • Campaigns may start on any date and end at midnight 32 days later
  • Easy and secure credit card, check, debit card payments via PayPal (including financing for orders over $99)
  • Certified check or money order payments accepted via mail (sorry no checks, without advance approval)


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The graphic below illustrates the impact of placing a video on  The black arrow shows the point ("B") when the ad was inserted.  Notice the increase in the rate the video was viewed after the ad was placed on  You'll also see is the largest source of viewer for this video.

While we do not guarantee that visitors will click your video and watch it, the results below are not unusual.

Impact of embedding video on

The graphic above was obtained from YouTube.  By default, this information is publically available.  Simply click the statistics icon shown by the red arrow above to reveal a video's statistics.   Please Note:  YouTube no longer supplies reports like tyhe one shown below.  The chart is provided for informationla purposes.

Last Updated: Monday, September 18, 2017

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