Ham Radio Advertising Opportunities

AmateurRadio.com offers very competitive advertising opportunities for ham radio-related businesses. In fact, the vast majority of our advertisers have been with us for years — and many even consider us the best value in online ham radio advertising.

If you’re considering (or currently) buying ad banners on ARRL’s website, QRZ, eHam, or the many other fine ham radio sites, please check with us to see if we can offer a better value.

Our website is popular and has 8,000 newsletter subscribers, 16,000 Twitter followers, 3,500 Facebook followers, and thousands of website links from the ham radio community.

Our 125px by 125px banner ads start at less than $1.25 per thousand guaranteed impressions (CPM). Your ad will appear on every single page view.

(Beware of other ham radio advertising that does not guarantee this — suddenly you may find you’re paying for an ad that can’t be easily found!)

We also have additional premium options that can provide prominent display of your ham radio product or service.

Why not give it a try risk-free? Unlike the other sites, we don’t lock you in for a year (or even 3 months). In fact, there’s no commitment beyond your first month.

Try it for 30 days and see how it works for you. You may very well find that our site offers you the best value for your advertising dollars.

Drop us a line at [email protected] and let us know about the product or service you’re interested in advertising.

 

*** Please note that we only accept advertising for products and
services that we feel benefit the ham radio community. ***

 


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