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Hi,

We're thrilled you want to sponsor an article or put up an ad on webwriterspotlight.com.

Through our website, social media channels and email newsletter, we can connect you with our growing community of creative digital media professionals and entrepreneurs who rely on this site as their go-to resource for the latest news, tips and inspiration in today's digital space.

Let us help you showcase your brand around engaging content relevant to a targeted audience that includes online content writers, marketers, entrepreneurs and business owners.

 

Why Sponsored Content?

 

Sponsored Content is a great way to reach out to a targeted audience and convey your message in a friendly, non-intrusive manner. It will give you exposure to our audience of digital media professionals, entrepreneurs, decision makers and other creatives.

When you advertise with us, it will drive your brand’s traffic, awareness, conversions and leads—especially important when you’re a new or up-and-coming entrant. Established businesses, professionals find value when launching a new offering or reinvigorating an existing product or service.

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Other benefits of Sponsored Content include:

  • Educate your target audience. Sponsored Content allows you to educate your target audience about aspects of your company, product or service. This may include sponsored videos and sponsored reviews.
  • Develop thought leadership. Some Sponsored Content is on informational topics that you want your brand associated with in your target audience’s mind. If an internet user or business owner has a particular need, does your brand instantly come to mind? If not, Sponsored Content can play a pivotal role to help you get on their radar screen.
  • Build positive sentiment toward your brand. Internet users and entrepreneurs notice Sponsored Content. They appreciate your efforts to reach out and inform them. Sponsored Content can be part of your overall marketing campaign to help you manage how internet users and the general creative community perceives your brand.

 

Attributes of Sponsored Content

 

  • Your logo and a sponsor message get great visibility at the top of the content and on the website right sidebar, above the fold.
  • We accept as sponsors and advertisers ONLY quality companies whose products and services we think our readers will find valuable. 
  • Links to the advertiser in Sponsored Content are “nofollowed” or redirected through our DFP ad serving program. This is to protect your brand in respect to Google quality guidelines, which were amended in July 2013 to address native advertising.
  • We include mentions of your brand when amplifying through our social media channels.
  • See an example of Sponsored Content.

 

Legal Fine Print


You retain copyright of your Sponsored Content and grant us a nonexclusive right to run the piece online or in any future collections of pieces. You grant us the right to run the piece exclusively for 30 days. If you repost it, please include a line that says the piece originally appeared on The Web Writer Spotlight, with a link to our site.

 

For More Information

 

Ask about Sponsored Content or other sponsorship opportunities today! We will tailor any program to suit your needs. We’re happy to help.

Please send us your article or contact our editorial team at: submissions@webwriterspotlight.com.

 

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