Advertising on basic-mathematics.com
Good reasons for advertising on basic-mathematics.com:
The basic-mathematics.com launched in April 2008 yet in a short period of time, our traffic has grown exponentially.
Over 1 million page views each month
of traffic is coming from USA
returning visitors each month
The site is praised by many for the quality of its lessons and the in-depth coverage of most topics.
to see what others are saying!
In fact, the site was created and run by a certified math teacher with 6 years experience teaching in high school.
We support the following advertising opportunities
Across site advertising
Horizontal banner (728 x 90)
Wide Sky Scrapper (160 x 600)
Medium Rectangle (300 x 250)
Across site advertising prices
Our model is mostly CPM (Cost per thousand impressions)
The CPM is based on position. Check the link below to see the breakdown
Purchase a package here
The process of advertising on basic-mathematics.com is simple!
First, choose your package and pay via Paypal
Second, check your email since you will receive a link to upload your image ad
Finally, after you upload your ad, I will approve the ad and you are good to go
Sit back, relax, and watch the performance of your ad
Advertising space depends on availability. Check here often for availability!
If possible, purchase a package to reserve your spot and then design your ad as soon as possible
All ads related to math are preferred. If the ad is not 100% related to math, but closely related to math, such as education, or science, we will approve the ad on a case by case basis.
We don't support text ads. We accept only image ads
Many pages are usually ranked #1 or #2 by all major search engines such as google search engine. For example, keywords " basic mathematics" "basic mathematics skills" are ranked #1
Most pages are ranked #1-20, so the basic-mathematics.com website is a good place to advertise
We don't accept gambling, adult, illegal, or any other type of offensive ads. All ads should be family friendly as much as possible
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