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Ad Rates

As you can see, our newsletter ad rates some of the lowest in the industry. Additionally, our advertisers report they normally get excellent response.

Computer Tips & Techniques:

Note – This is by far our best producer. It typically outperforms any other newsletters (ours or otherwise).

Circulation:95,000+ (11-01-2001)
Frequency:Sent out Monday – Friday
Ads per Issue:1
Length Of Ad:Max of 10 lines at 72 characters per line (720 characters)
Cost Per Ad:$475.00 ($5.00 CPM)

Just For Grins

Circulation:22,000+ (11-01-2001)
Frequency:Sent out Mon- Fri.
Ads per Issue:2
Length Of Ad:Max of 10 lines at 72 characters per line
(720 characters)
Cost Per Ad:$44.00 ($2.00 CPM)

Life’s Adventures

Circulation:8000+ (11-01-2001)
Frequency:Tuesday & Thursday
Ads per Issue:1
Length Of Ad:Max of 10 lines at 72 characters per line (720 characters)
Cost Per Ad:$16.00 ($2.00 CPM)

Buy 3 or more ads and receive 10% off!

Our newsletter readers are very responsive. It’s this way because I don’t “over-advertise”. In fact, there are some issues that have no ads in them at all.

Ad Policies


I will not run ads for Adult sites, MLM schemes, get rich quick schemes, or for any site that promotes hatred, racism, or violence. No ad will be run unless it’s suitable for my audience, and I reserve the right to refuse any ad for any reason (98% of all ads get approved).

All ad payments are nonrefundable.

We do not guarantee the response rate of any ad. However, usually if you give something away you will have better luck with your ad.

Our subscriber base is international. I don’t have any statistic as to what percentage is US based, although I’m guessing it’s probably around 75%.