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Join Date: Mar 2005
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Buying Gaming Website Ad spots

Hi im looking to advertise my new Console/PC gaming community to the world. Im looking for some cheaper advertising possibiltys on some decent sites. Please PM me with any offers you may have!


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Join Date: Mar 2005
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How much for a 468x60 banner at the top? Let me know.

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Join Date: May 2005
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I run a gaming news website. Since im a new member I can't post the url but if you are interested you can e-mail me at and we can discuss some stats and prices (im sure you can figure out my website based on that e-mail)


Join Date: Mar 2005
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Hey sorry, but I would feal weird advertising a gaming community on a site with a gaming forum already lol.

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Join Date: Nov 2004
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It might sound weird, but it isn't nescecarely a bad thing. The people who will see your banner are targeted at your website well. They are interested in gaming and like to discuss it. Those are the people you would need. If you advertise on a different type of site, then only a few of them are interested in gaming discussions.....

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