Nick Lewis Communications has now been going for 5 years and frequently gets in excess of 9,000 unique visitors to its website each month. As of May 2017, you too can benefit from this by advertising on the Nick Lewis Communications’ website.
As visitors to the site will notice, in addition to Google AdSense adverts, Nick Lewis Communications has two dedicated banners at the top and at the bottom of every single one of its webpages.
We have been using these banners to promote our relationship with the ICPA accountancy association as well as our special FREE one-hour consultation for potential new clients, but we now want to open up the opportunity to existing clients and partners, as well as new contacts, to advertise on our site.
As you can see in the image above and the image below, each of the banners are highlighted in the blue box and currently link through to those respective pages, however as of May 2017 your own banner could appear here instead.
Each banner is 468px x 60px in size, the standard industry dimensions. If you need a hand designing your banner, let us know and we can put you in touch with a cost-effective graphic designer who can help.
Banner advertising is a great, effective way of promoting your business, getting more visitors to your own website and help improve the SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) of your online presence.
Nick Lewis Communications will be renting out the top banner for £250 per month and the lower banner for £150 banner a month. If you would like to know more, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with Banner in the subject line.
BUT THAT IS NOT ALL! If you’re already a Nick Lewis Communications’ client who currently receives our Facebook Management Services, Twitter Management or Advanced Twitter Management Services, and/ or our LinkedIn Management Services, you are eligible for special discounted rates for these banners: £150 per month for the top banner or £100 per month for the lower banner. Again, if you are interested, please e-mail email@example.com with Client Banner in the subject line.