I’ve been asked quite a few times about creating an ad page for a blog once they are ready to open up to advertisers. The key in my opinion is simply to let advertisers know that you accept advertising and to give them a way to easily contact you. Keep in mind that most advertisers are contacting dozens of bloggers a day, so if your ad page is too long, they don’t have time to properly read it. So, as with many things, it is best to keep it simple.
Please feel free to use my page here or at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff as an example:
Welcome to Budgeting in the Fun Stuff, a personal finance blog that covers paying your bills, saving for your future, and all the enjoyable extras along the way!
If you are interested in advertising, please keep in mind that Budgeting in the Fun Stuff has:
- a PR 4
- an Alexa ranking around 32,000
- a Moz Rank of 5.61
- discounts for 3 month terms, 6 month terms, and annual terms
I’m more than willing to discuss any opportunities you may be thinking of!
Please use the form below or email budgetingfunstuff *at* gmail *dot* com to pursue advertising on Budgeting in the Fun Stuff. Thanks and I look forward to developing a business relationship!
I know that it seems way too simple, but I get contacted for advertising at least once a day. All they probably really need is my email address or that contact form, but I like to include my stats so they can tell whether I fit their campaign or not right off the bat.
In regards to the contact form, I use the plugin “Enhanced WP-ContactForm” since it is easy to set up under “Contact Form” in my settings. All you have to do to insert the form is type in “[" wpcf "]” where you want the form to show up.
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.