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Monday, 27 November 2006
For pricing information go to the contacts page and fill in and submit the contact form under AASP Advertising. 

  

Places on the site to advertise:

          

Vendor positions

These are static and remain on the site and are paid on an annual basis they are renewable from year to year as long as acceptable vendor practices are not violated. There are four positions and are outlined in the pricing chart……

 

Banners

            The banner advertising on the AASP website is at the top of the page. These ads are replaced and are rotated on each new page view.

 

2007 Banner results
Banner Name Impressions Made Clicks
ISPCON 19,272 530
ShopforT! * 3,277 81
121 Media 19,183 581
Argent 19,190 493
ARIA 18,917 473
F-Secure 19,110 777
Kris Twomey 18,794 4,540
Netintelligence 19,074 514
Totals 136,817 7,989

*ShopforT1 was not up for a full year

 

Average Impressions per day 375.

Average Clicks per day 22.

A click results in the user being directed to that website.

 

Resource page

The resource page is where members go for marketing, legal, lobbying and other resources. The ads here are static and of specific sizes. They stay in place depending on the number of months they are purchased for. Space is limited.

 

Newsletters

The ads in the newsletters are higher than some of the other ads because they are static to that newsletter and remain on the newsletter even after they are archived. There are two sizes for these ads. The number of ads placed in the newsletter is limited.

 

Corporate Membership

This is a membership in AASP for companies that provide services to ISP’s and other internet related companies. They are listed on the site as long as their membership is in effect. All vendor positions also include a Corporate Membership. To sign up for a Corporate  Membership  click on New member signup to the left and select Corporate member. Your membership also includes the AASP/AAOA Member Benefits and Loyalty program for the companies staff and customers if desired. These can be added and managed through the Member Services control panel.

 

 

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