Selling Ad Space to Local Businesses

Profile picture of the author Ehanson by Ehanson Posted: 01/05/2010
What's the best way to go about this?

I get about 500 monthly visitors to this site and I want to give local businesses the chance to advertise through a 125x125 and paid text links on my site but am not exactly sure how to contact them (email, in person?), how much to charge (CPM?), etc...
#businesses #local #selling #space

  • Profile picture of the author viscomica3
    viscomica3
    How much........??
  • Profile picture of the author nicholasb
    nicholasb
    the phone is probably your best bet, or send them something through snail mail and call them up a week later to set up a meeting in person.

    pm me if you want to mastermind over the phone about this

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