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Today, I had someone contact me who is interested in purchasing an ad on my site, but I have no idea what to charge them. Does anyone else have sponsored ads on their blog? If so, how do you handle it and what do you charge? Should I charge them per month? Per year? I'm really stuck on this one and haven't even replied to the email yet because I don't know what to say.

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Thanks Lori. Very helpful!

Lori said:
Thanks from me too, Lori! I received a similar email myself just today, and I knew I'd find some help here :)
Wow that was so helpful. I havent had anyone reach out to me yet but it is a goal of mine and I was so clueless at what to even charge.

www.newyorkcitysinglemom.com
Thanks for this!
I charge $20 per month for 120x60 pixel banner. Other prices http://www.singlerose.com/ads

Here's my traffic stats
http://www.singlerose.com/images/urchin_stats_May08_May09.png

I have had better luck selling by the month, instead of cpm though I could probably get between $10 & $15 cpm.
Thanks for the info. I was on here hoping to find the same!

Laura
http://www.exercise2dayinfo.blogspot.com
This is a GREAT question! look forward to reading the answers. Wondering the exact same thing :)
Thanks for sharing the link. Good info. to know.

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