Baseball Almanac Advertising Policy

Baseball Almanac can provide your business or website with the BEST advertising deal on the internet. Inexpensive rates, a huge audience, and a one of kind opportunity not offered on any other website are just a few of the reasons why you should seriously consider advertising here.

"On two legs, Mickey Mantle would have been the greatest ballplayer who ever lived." - Nellie Fox
Baseball Almanac Advertising

Advertising Information

Swapping banners in and out, poor click through rates, and an inability to allow your company or website to be seen by everyone are only a few of the reasons why advertising does not work on the internet. Baseball Almanac is pleased to offer the following one of a kind opportunity:

  1. Your advertisement will be the ONLY ad "sponsoring" the page(s) you choose.
  2. Rates are VERY inexpensive and discounts are offered for long-term deals and multi-page deals.
  3. Totally flexible placements - you choose the day(s), week(s), or month(s).

In essence, you will be sponsoring a Baseball Almanac page or section on the site and that page or menu will only have one sponsor - your ad! The text above and below the ad is also configurable as long as no scrolling is involved.

This method will ensure that your company / website will be seen by the target audience. No matter how many times you re-load / re-fresh this page the ad remains and no swapping is involved. How large an audience varies from moment to moment, but you are guaranteed that every banner impression, of every moment, and every visitor belongs to you alone. Here are Baseball Almanac's stats:

September

2013

40,963,352

5,201,536

1,211,266

October

2013

53,777,770

5,517,698

1,558,084

Totals for Baseball Almanac ONLY and does not include our other sites.

Your banner may be 468 x 60 (or virtually any similar size) and it can be hosted on our server or on your server - you choose which method is best for you!

If you need assistance creating a banner for your site or company we can assist you with that as well. Please contact us for additional information regarding custom banner design.

Imagine being able to have your company name on a website that receives several thousand hits per hour! A large number of people will see your banner - guaranteed - because you will appear on the page(s) you have chosen - EVERY TIME it is seen!

This exclusive page sponsorship / advertising program is available only on a first-come first serve basis AND only one sponsor is allowed per page. The rates are broken into these categories:

One Month on the front page of the site ( link ): $100

One YEAR on any menu ( link ): $100

One Year on ANY page connected to a menu ( link ): $75

One Year on ANY player's page ( link ) or team page ( link ): $25

Please select carefully as moving an ad during the campaign is not permitted. After selecting the page(s) you desire and the timeframe contact us for immediate information on availability:

advertise@baseball-almanac.com

Discounted rates are available for ads being placed on multiple pages - at least three pages in one package gets you a 10% discount.

Checks can be made out and sent to:

Baseball Almanac
8263 SW 107 Avenue, Apt A
Miami, FL 33173-3748

Those with PayPal accounts (which accepts credit cards of any type) can send secure payments to the following email address: mlbfan@baseball-almanac.com

The millions of fans who visit Baseball Almanac will know that you and you alone chose to sponsor a page on a website that believes in the preservation of our national pastime and we believe that this alone will help your company continue to grow and attract a wider audience of its own.

Are you adding a new feature to your website? How about rolling out a new product or running a special discount for a limited time only.

Baseball Almanac can roll your banner out at any given moment of any given day. You simply pay the fee, tell us the time, and we will do the rest.

Advertising Information


Baseball Almanac will answer your advertising questions within twenty-four hours of receipt so do not hesitate to ask any questions you might have.

Baseball Almanac has attempted to make our advertising policy as easy to use and understand as any on the internet. Please let us know how to make it better as we are ALWAYS open to suggestions.

The advertising rates posted in the chart above are good during 2019 so please reserve your advertising campaign as soon as possible.

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