Advertiser Appreciation: January 2007



I have been posting around the week of the 10th of each month a “THANK-YOU” post, like this one, to all the advertisers from the previous month listed as at month end. That’s a permanent link in this blog, under the category heading which I call .. “Sponsor Appreciation”. I know it’s hard out there trying to figure out where to spend your advertising dollars .. and well .. THANKS for considering the Battling Depression Blog.

You may now advertise on this site in the form of Text Link Ads. I should note that the link in the previous sentence is an affiliate link, and if you do sign up for the first time through this link, I may earn a small commission. I should also note that if you are a new client, you can receive $100.00 worth of FREE Text Link Ads by entering “startingkit” into the promotion code at their checkout. That means you can basically spend maybe $125 worth of advertising this month – and only pay $25! (You don’t have to spend it here – don’t worry!).

But if you do want to spend it here .. I am currently offering TEXT LINK advertising, and they will appear on every page in our sidebar, under the SPONSORS section. At this moment, ten (10) spots are available.

I am also offering LINKWORTH advertising, which is also a text link ad on every page in our sidebar, but you can add up to three lines of description with your link.

Also, if you wanted exposure on several sites of the HART-Empire Network, I am also offering network wide options for ads throughout the Network. Just drop me an email if interested.

You may find us HERE at Text-Link-Ads

You may find us HERE at Linkworth Ads

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