DaTechGuy on DaRadio The Ad Rates Again: UPDATE: A “Blogosphere Oprah moment”

Posted: January 16, 2011 by datechguy in DaTechGuy on DaRadio, internet/free speech
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Price per time segment (if reserved before Feb 5th)

Time (Min: Sec) 

1 Week

4 Weeks

13 Weeks (20% down bal Wk 6)




















$2160 Price includes show sponsorship!

Ad Time allocated as desired


As you might guess the show got a bit of attention last night with Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit as the guest. The calls started right at the beginning of the show and didn’t stop till the end of the hour. (I’m afraid we’ve given Little Miss Attila a tough act to follow).

Now would be a good time to remind folks that starting on Feb 5th my show will be going to two hours ; with more bloggers, more talk, more guests and more fun!

That also means there is another block of 12 minutes for more ads but have no fear you have a chance to lock in the current ad rates by reserving now! Any person who either purchases time now, reserves time for Feb 5th now or gets on our waiting list (if we are sold out) is guaranteed these rates for the life of the show.

And remember we will not only allocate your ad time in any way you want we will write and produce your ads AT NO CHARGE!

Think about what you get with DaTechGuy on DaRadio:

  • 50,000 Watts of Evening range covering all New England and beyond
  • Nationally known and statewide bloggers who attract hundreds to hundreds of thousands of readers daily
  • National players talking politics with interest high preparing the ground for the 2012 NH primary season!


If you are interested or have a question simply leave a comment to this post or e-mail me and I’ll be happy to provide more details or answer any questions.

Update: Fixed a formula error in the 13 week price for 4 min.

Update 2: There are instalanches and then they’re instalanches!

Given that it’s a 50,000 watt station that blankets New England — including New Hampshire — I would have expected that a show reaching so many bloggers and Tea Party types would be running national political ads, but either (1) it’s too early for those yet, or (2) those advertisers just haven’t caught on yet. If not, they’re missing out, I think.

I make my living off of the ads of my blogger radio show, that’s how the mortgage gets paid. That paragraph in blogosphere terms, is as close to an “Oprah endorsing your book” moment that there is.

Update 3: Little Miss Attila accepts the challenge

Update 4 …and reminds me of the “H” I dropped in Instalanche

  1. Roxeanne de Luca says:

    One more advantage of advertising with DTG: he and his guests may frequent your establishments and he always gives personal shout-out son the radio. :) The Border Grille in Lemonister? Linguini’s in Marlborough? FCA Flight Centre in Fitchburg? All outstanding places. Join in the fun.

  2. Bring It. says:

    […] can beat Glenn Reynolds any day of the week. Especially on a Saturday. Fill in your dance cards for next weekend right now! […]

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  4. It’s an “Instalanche”–like an avalanche, since that’s what happens to your traffic, rather than like *The Man of La Mancha.*

    What am I going to DO with you? You need an editor!

    See you next week, and at CPAC.

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