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If you are trying to target actors, people interested in actors and entertainment industry professionals then advertising on Daily Actor is right for you.

Daily Actor is growing at a huge rate. It ranks well in search engines and attracts a readership who are interested in -

  • Actors and Acting news
  • Film Industry News
  • Self Promotion and Marketing for Actors
  • Casting Directors
  • Weekly Columns dedicated to Enhancing Acting Careers
  • Acting and Actor Resources

If you target an audience interested in any of the above or related topics, an advertising campaign may work well for you.

Statistics

This site has been growing rapidly in the past few months. It was started June of 2008 and since then, we have grown tremendously.

The statistics below are taken from Google Analytics and Feedburner.com

As of February 1st, 2013

January page views: 98,000+
December page views: 97,000+
RSS/Email Subscribers: 500+
Newsletter Subscribers: 300+

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We also accept checks.

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JPEG or GIF are accepted. Animation is allowed but only if it is hosted on your site. You may change your banner at any time. Instructions for submitting your banner are below.

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New! Sponsor a podcast (our interviews with actors, directors, screenwriters, etc)

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Above The Fold: Zones 1 – 4

Zone 1 – Top Banner (728 x 90 pixels)
Cost:
$75 Per Month
What You Get: Your advertisement is placed on all pages, including the homepage.
Additionally, we have a $35 option. Every 4 page views, your ad appears

Zone 2 – After Interviews Banner (468 x 60 pixels)
Cost: $40 per month
What You Get: Your advertisement is placed on the home page.
Additionally, we have a $15 option. Every 4 page views, your ad appears.

Zone 3 – Side Bar Block Ad (300 x 250 pixels)
Cost: $60 per month
What You Get: Your advertisement is placed on all pages, including the homepage.
Additionally, we have a $25 option. Every 4 page views, your ad appears (equal to 16,000 page views)

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Cost: $35 per month
What You Get: Your advertisement appears on the front page only.


Below The Fold: Zone 5-7

Zone 5 – Side Bar Ad (300 x [you call] pixels)
Cost:
$35 Per Month
What you get: Your advertisement is placed on all pages (over 1,000), including the homepage.

Zone 6 – Side Bar Ad (300 x [you call] pixels)
Cost: $25 per month
What You Get: Your advertisement is placed on all pages (over 1,000), including the homepage.

Zones 7 – Side Bar You Choose-It (300 x [you call] pixels)
Cost: $20 per month
What You Get: Your advertisement is placed on all pages (over 1,000), including the homepage.

 


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