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Media Buyer/Seller Wanted

Posted By Darren Rowse 17th of December 2004 Pro Blogging News 2

I’m interested in chatting to anyone with a background in media buying/selling who would be willing to explore representing one or more of the blogs that I have an interest in.

Whilst I have a background in Marketing I do not have the time to give adequate attention to seeking advertisers for my larger blogs and am seeking expressions of interest from those with expertise in the area.

Specifically – I am interested in finding a major sponsor/s for Digital Photography Blog which had a monthly readership of 260,000 unique visitors in November and which should hit 400,000 unique visitors in December. I have previously sold banner space on this site but space has just opened up and I’m keen to find the right company to take it on.

If you are interested in selling advertising for this blog (and if it goes well others will follow) I would invite you to contact me with a brief outline of your experience and proposed strategy.

Payment for this service would be on a commission basis – ie I would be willing to share the revenue generated by you at a percentage to be negotiated.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. If you want, you can go to Blogger-jobs.com and click the link at the top left that will allow you to post this requirement for free. Lots of people out there subscribing to this particular blog.

    Thanks ang good luck with the search

    Jason

  2. Why not use a network? Fastclick pays well if they’ll accept you. I don’t think selling advertisements directly works to well until your Google/Slashdot/Yahoo/GameDev size, but, ‘eh waddu I know?

    http://www.refrozen.com/

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