Pat Powers invites you to advertise on his blog. For your money he offers you exposure to “non-campaign season traffic” that “averages 1000-1500 unique individual visits daily.”
Or you could spend your money advertising here, on Dakota Free Press, which drew 1,355 unique visits on Christmas Day, one of the slowest blog days of the year. Dakota Free Press has averaged 2,560 unique visits per day since I opened this incarnation of my South Dakota political blogging in early March. Over the last twelve weeks, DFP unique visits per day have averaged 3,417.
Why will your ad get more than twice the attention on Dakota Free Press than on Dakota War College? Maybe it’s because where Pat gives you a government press release on a breaking story, I give you original reporting and analysis.
Read my ad policy. Do the math. Then make a good capitalist decision about where you’ll get the most interested eyeballs for your advertising dollar.