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Burnt Orange Report Advertising Policies

by: Karl-Thomas Musselman

Mon Jan 30, 2006 at 00:38 AM CST

The Burnt Orange Report accepts multiple forms of advertising.

1) Google Adsense advertising is inserted on various pages of the weblog.  Google Adsense advertising automatically inserts ads related to the content of the webpage.  For more information about Google Adsense, go here.

2) We also accept advertising in our RSS feed managed with FeedBurner. Rates and ads may be purchased via this portal.

3) We also accept advertising through BlogAds. BlogAds allows you to purchase a 1-week, 2-week, 1-month or 3-month ad.  Our rates vary depending on the number of ads currently hosted, the current traffic statistics of the weblog and the proximity to the election season.  We do our best to keep our ad rates competitive with other blogs of similar traffic and readership.

For more information about purchasing a BlogAd, click here.  If you are interested in advertising on other progressive or liberal weblogs, check out the TEXAdS Texas Progressive Alliance Network or the national Liberal Blog Advertising Network.

All BlogAds must be approved by us before they appear on the website.  We reserve the right to reject any ad. Rejected ads will be refunded by BlogAds.  All BlogAds are in random rotation, so the order in which they appear is randomly selected by BlogAds.  Generally, we will limit our BlogAds to no more than seven at any given time.  Finally, acceptance of advertisement on the Burnt Orange Report should not be considered an endorsement by the Burnt Orange Report or its writers unless otherwise noted.

If you have any questions about advertising, please contact Karl-Thomas at: karltm AT burntorangereport DOT com

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