Tuesday, March 20, 2018

NonDoc advertising

NonDoc’s efforts are funded through advertising by businesses and organizations who share a belief in the power of quality content and responsible reporting.

All advertisers agree to support the spirit and ethics of independent journalism, and NonDoc strives to be transparent regarding who our financial supporters are.

Become one of our advertisers

If you have inquiries about joining our current roster of NonDoc advertisers, please fill out the following form or direct your request to info@nondoc.com, and we will get back with you promptly.

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To reach us outside of email, please call the Google Voice number we have created: 570-6-FILTER.

Digital banner ads

NonDoc offers several placement options for high-resolution digital banner ads. We have a rotating system that can place multiple messages in a single spot, or claim 100 percent of a given placement by purchasing all available spots. Pricing starts as low as $150 for 10 percent of our header-banner placements.

360-degree imaging

Through the use of a cutting-edge camera, NonDoc has the capability to provide your business with 360-degree images. Clients can use these images to offer their target market a “virtual tour” of a space, such as a property for sale or new restaurant. Further, Facebook can handle these files natively, so sharing on social media is a snap.

Email advertising

With over 5,800 subscribers and an open rate above the industry average, NonDoc’s weekly email newsletter is a powerful marketing tool for companies and organizations seeking to pinpoint a target demographic. We offer banner placements at the top of the email to run for as long as clients specify.

Funded Content as advertising

As part of our advertising, NonDoc works with companies who want to align their marketing strategies with our brand.

In features that we label as “Funded Content,” our goal is to help companies or organizations tell their own stories — or that of their product — in a creative way that engages readers even when they know the post is Funded Content.

A banner and other designations note advertising content as “funded,” but that content is still based in fact and tailored in a way to appeal to readers. Funded Content is provided for one-time fees or in conjunction with advertising contracts, and it remains live online in perpetuity.

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