The rates I have (have had since early 2000) are $83.83 a month for as many months as you want, or $1000 a year for a banner on my front page. Physical banner sizes are 341x62 and 360x62, and preferably under 25K in file size. Static or animated .GIF, or static .JPG formats are acceptable. You can also have a banner measuring 714x62 (covers the space of two conventional banners plus the space between them), to be positioned at the top of the screen, for an additional $20 a month or an additional $200 a year if you wish.

On my "LED Links" and "Where To Buy" pages, the rates are $20 a month or $220 a year. Physical banner size up to 640x100 is OK here. Again, file size at or under 25K is preferable, and I'll host the banner on my end. .GIF or .JPG are fine, as with the banners on the main page. The price is lower on these pages because a user has to purposefully click at least once to get to them. Very, very few other locations on my website host banner advertisements. Well, not yet anyway. :-)

As of this writing, I also have the splash screen (the very first page you see when you enter my site) available, at $400 a year, or $35 a month. Banner size here is 341x62, and again, preferably under 25K in file size, and again, I'll host it on my end.

According to an advertising expert, these prices are consistent with a site the size and quality of mine. I was told this in early 2000, and I have not raised my rates at all since that time.

Webtracking, if you desire it, would have to be up to you, as my server does not allow .cgi scripts. You tell me what URL the banner should go to when it is clicked on, and I'll take care of it here.

And you can attach the banner via email, as I can host it at my end.

You can use Paypal, with "" as the recipient, or mail me a check or money order.

The fact that the site needs some ad revenue to stay afloat has no bearing on how a light will "do". I've given some pretty terrible reviews to lights made by somebody with an advertisement here (check out the Avalanche headlamps if you don't believe me! This company used to have a banner here) and I've given equally bad reviews to lights made by manufacturers who have never advertised here.
NOTE: Advertising is confined to very specific, neutral areas of this website, and is NEVER ALLOWED on any page containing a product review.

To ask about advertising here, just EMAIL me.


Please check to be certain the space you want is available before emailing me about having a banner installed!!!

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