In case you are wondering why …

Posted: November 9, 2010 by datechguy in blogger for hire, blogs, media, personal, special events
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…blogging is a tad lighter than normal it’s because I’m busy making show arrangements, scheduling guests and selling ads so that is going to take the majority of my time since the show IS as of right now my source of income.

So expect more like 3-4 daily posts as opposed to 6-9 at least until things settle down.

And don’t forget starting November 20th Listen to DaTechGuy on DaRadio at 9 p.m. on WCRN 830 AM True talk. We’ve got some great bloggers lined up for you and I’m booking more as we speak and we WILL BE TAKING YOUR CALLS.

And if YOU have a business or a group or just someone with something to say here are the advertising rates:

Show sponsor: 4 minutes Only $200 weekly

In addition to the 4 minutes of advertising per show, your company will be announced as the show’s sponsor in the opening and the closing at no additional charge!

2 Minutes for only $100:
This can be broken up into 4- 30 second ads or two 1 minute ads.

1 Minute for only $55

30 seconds for only $35

15 seconds $20

If purchased as a monthly (4 week block) and paid in advance a 10% discount will be applied.

For as little as $126 if paid in advance you can have a regular 30 second ad on the show for a month!. Even better we will produce the ad for you if provided with a script at no additional charge!

Not bad for a 50,000 watt station with a very long reach.

Or lets put it another way. If you are a blogger who wants to promote your site for $72 a month (assuming a full month purchased) you can run a 15 second ad on a show whose primary listeners will be news fans and blog fans. That’s a cheap way to find some hits!

If you have an interest drop a comment on the post and I’ll send you the full pitch or e-mail me directly at DaTEchguy then Da at Sign then Comcast Dot Net (spelled out to foil spammers) and we can talk further.

  1. D. Jonson says:

    Hi Pete:
    I am interested in 3 x 15 second ads.