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Advertising Possibilities in ATC-Blog.com
ATC-Blog.com now offers banner ads.
More than 8,300 page views served each month.*
Advertising on the ATC-Blog.com website gives you access to a rapidly expanding group of aviation professionals and enthusiasts.
More than 2,200 unique users a month find ATC-Blog.com essential.*
More than simply a source of international news and information, ATC-Blog.com provides users with a succinct view of aviation developments globally.
Ad Specs

  • 125×125 pixels, GIF, JPEG, or Flash. 20k (maximum) file size.
  • No expanding, floating, pop-up, or in-stream ads.
  • 30-second animation (maximum).
  • Ad with white background must have a 1-pixel border (minimum).
  • ALT tags may contain up to 50 characters (including spaces).
  • Sound must be user-initiated (on-click) with clearly identified play and stop controls.
  • Flash frame rate must be no greater than 12 frames per second.
  • A default GIF must be provided for users without Flash or JavaScript.
  • All public policy, advocacy, political or candidate advertising must be clearly identified on every frame.
  • Custom arrangements may be available upon request, and are subject to a premium. All ad space is sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Content of Advertisements
Advertising should not contain material that ATC-Blog.com considers to constitute or promote discrimination. No adult material, gambling or tobacco advertising will be accepted.
ATC-Blog.com reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertising at any time.

Agreement
We require a letter from the advertiser or agent, ordering the advertising at least three days before the advertising is scheduled to run.

Payment
$30/month. Payment for all insertions must be made in advance.
* Traffic analysis based on March 2011 – Google Analytics.
For more information, please contact Wayne Farley at advertise@waynefarley.com.

About Wayne Farley

I am Wayne, a career air traffic controller. Engage me while I share my thoughts, experience, and news from around the aviation world. A post titled “13 Characteristics of an Air Traffic Controller” written in 2010 went viral and established me as the unofficial ambassador of ATC.

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