Media kit — advertising rates and information

Media kit -- advertising rates and information


Background information

A surge in quality and quantity since late 2010 has positioned Stevivor.com as a strong, reliable source for Australian gaming news, reviews, and community information.

Stevivor.com is fast becoming one of Australia's foremost independent gaming sites, now receiving an average of 200,000 unique visitors over 710,000 page views each month.

Our prime demographic is men aged between 18-40, who have an interest in console and PC gaming. Of our readers, approximately one-quarter of those men would identify as homosexual, and another one-quarter are men with young children.

Ad unit rates are as follows

Video or image ad combo - 728 x 90 pixels and 300 x 250 pixels

  • Site-wide. First position, top of page beside Stevivor logo.
  • Site-wide. Second position, bottom of right-hand sidebar.
  • $600 for two weeks, $1000 for one month

Video or image ad - 300 x 250 pixels

  • Site-wide. First position, right-hand sidebar, above "Game Releases".
  • $300 for two weeks, $500 for one month

Video or image ad - 300 x 250 pixels

  • Site-wide. First position, right-hand sidebar, above "Game Releases".
  • $300 for two weeks, $500 for one month

Video or image ad - 300 x 250 pixels

  • Site-wide. Second position, right-hand sidebar, between ""Game Releases" and "Latest News".
  • $250 for two weeks, $400 for one month

Video or image ad - 300 x 250 pixels

  • Site-wide. Third position, right-hand sidebar, between "Latest News" and "Latest Reviews".
  • $150 for two weeks, $250 for one month

Conditions of Sale

  • All amounts are in Australian dollars
  • All payments are due in advance
  • Payment accepted via bank transfer
  • All sales are final

Questions, comments, or expressions of interest

Comments or questions are welcome.

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About the Author
Steve Wright

Steve Wright, aka Stevivor: A Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, freelance journalist, sweet games blog owner, ice hockey player/fan, beer aficionado and tech trainer. Steve is proud to be the Australian iiNet TopGeek 2.0! Check him out on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

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