Consultant at Independent
06 July 2005 14:19pm
I'm talking to someone about setting up a blog for them. The business already has subscribers who pay for their monthly newsletter, and we're therefore hoping that setting up a blog and updating their web presence will generate enough interest to make it worthwile people advertising on the site.
My question is this: where would I find normal rates for such advertising, and who are obvious partners to talk to? We could talk to Google, but are there similar options we could utiliise?
Thanks in advance for any advice,
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