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Additional Marketing Opportunities for American Small Farm Advertisers
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2013, 07:25:09 AM »
Additional  Marketing Opportunities for
American Small Farm & Country Life Advertisers

Back 40 Group Incorporated, the publisher of American Small Farm & Country Life digital
magazine, is a vertically integrated internet media company that offers many additional ways to reach and
interact with our readers:

Back 40 Forums.com is a popular meeting place with nearly 3 million page views per year.  Geared
toward affluent and successful rural & suburban residents as well as small and medium size farmers that
believe in sustainable living, local-regional marketing and a love of the outdoors and nature, the rapidly
growing Forum was founded in 2008 and presently features over 80 Boards.  Currently each visitor views
nearly 6 pages every visit and spends an average of nearly 8 minutes on the site after arriving. 
There are numerous options for vendors and sponsors:


Overall Header Banner: One 728 x 90 px banner is  shown at the top of EVERY page on
the Forum meaning that your ad appears in the same place on EVERY page a reader views.   
Pricing: $100 per month or $80.00 for two weeks.   www.Back40Forums.com         
Individual Board Banner: One 728 x 90 Banner ad is available at the top or bottom of
each Board and topic.  Rates are $80.00 per month.

Contextual Ads: These are Bold underlined words in articles that direct readers to a
 website for more information.  For example the word Tractor or Mahindra Max will send
a reader to the location of your choice when clicked.   Contextual links are charged by click-
through and range from 25˘ to $2.50 per click as the client and Forum agree.  Click throughs
are billed net 30 for established clients or paid in advance with a PayPal account for new or
short-term users.

Sponsored Topics: We can use stories supplied by the advertiser (copy must be submitted
in advance for approval).  We will charge 25˘ per word as a one time charge to place the
article plus a charge for Contextual Click-Throughs (50) or Banner adds appearing with the
article.  There will be a $10.00 charge for each photo used.

KWBC.FM Internet Radio:   Our station featuring a unique blend of Traditional Country Music, Country
Blues, Western Swing, Bluegrass and Folk music provides top quality listening to over
100,000 fans in 192 countries.  Our loyal up-scale listeners tune in for over 8 hours per day to
hear songs from our huge library.  Operated as a listener supported station and with
corporate underwriters there are fewer “commercials” but there are “announcements” for our
under- writers and advertising opportunities on the station website and Listener Forums. Call
or e-mail for more information.  http://Http://KWBC.FM
 
Back40Books.com: Our highly ranked e-commerce store features CDs, DVDs, E-Books, regular books,
software and instant digital downloads and is geared to the needs of farmers, suburban
dwellers, outdoorsmen and sustainable living enthusiasts.  Well indexed and easily used we
have over 28 main departments aimed at farmers alone. 728 x 90 pixel banners are available
run-of-site, for each Department and for placement on individual product pages.
www.Back40Books.com 
 
Leaf Virtual School of Practical Knowledge: We present over 30 interactive web-based courses on such
subjects as Homestead Skills, Farming & Commercial Vegetable Production, Wild Edibles &
Herbs, Native American Ways of Living in Harmony with all Creation, Grass-Based
Livestock Production, and Direct Farm Marketing.  Product Placement, product demos  and
audio, video or targeted advertising opportunities are available.  Call with your proposals.
For complete information call Herman Beck toll-free at 866.596.9982
or E-Mail: Advertising@SmallFarm.com