June 8, 2024

Advertising Packages

Advertising Opportunities With DavesPaper.com

DP Page Banner Ad Spots

DP Page Banner Ad Spots

Why advertise using DP Page Banner Ads:
  • No obnoxious popup ads turning off potential customers
  • No Google AdSense advertising on DavesPaper.com
  • Not paying for endless “clicks”
  • DP does not aggressively advertise on its pages
  • DP ads are embedded on website rendering ad-blocking software useless
  • Increase brand awareness
  • Support America First causes
  • Support real news reporting
  • Take full advantage of DavesPaper.com upcoming national campaign to “Buy American”
  • Tap into the American First consumer market 

DP Banner Pricing:

  • Option 1 – (Monthly) $300/monthly
  • Option 2 – (3 Month) $900/contract – 15% disc. = $765/contract
  • Option 3 – (6 Month) $1,800/contract – 25% disc. = $1,350/contract
  • Option 4 – (12 Month) $3,600/contract – 33% disc. = $2,400 contract
DP News Article Ad Spot

DP News Article/Content Ad

  • Option 1 – $35/ad
  • Option 2 – $375/monthly (15 ad spots) content-specific
  • Option 3 – $600/monthly (30 ad spots) content specific
DP Social Media Sponsor Ad Spot

DP Social Media Sponsor Ad Spot

Weekly Social Media Post Schedule:

      • Making Headlines…     Mondays, Wednesdays & late Fridays
      • Monday Morning Memo     Mondays
      • Call To Action     When legislative actives in DC demand post
      • FYI…     When deemed by current events
      • Social Media Memes     When deemed by current events

DP Social Media Sponsor Ad Pricing:

  • Option 1 –  $35 per ad
  • Option 2 – $475 monthly
          • one ad spot in Making Headlines… (12 ad spots)
          • misc ads (4 ad spots)
          • meme ad spot (1 ad spot)
  • Option 3 – (3 Month) $1,425/contract – 20% disc. = $1,140/contract
          • same ad spots as Option 2 
DP Road Tour Sponsorship Opportunities

Patriot Sponsor Level

  • Business name listed as sponsor in road tour brochure
  • Monthly email updates

Silver Sponsor Level

  • Same as Patriot Sponsor Level
  • Bi-monthly email updates
  • Business cards and brochure placed on presentation booth/table
  • Website link on DP website

Gold Sponsor Level

  • Same as Silver Sponsor Level
  • Mention sponsor name along with products or service provided during presentation – 2x
  • Sponsor decal displayed on rear window of DP vehicle

Platinum Sponsor Level

  • Same as Gold Sponsor Level
  • Mention 2-3 reasons why attendees should consider buying sponsor’s products or services
  • Display sample product(s) 
  • Play sponsor’s business commercial at DP display booth
  • Pass out sponsor’s company brochure/information on every seat prior to beginning of DP event

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