In an attempt to move away from corporate advertising and reliance on Google monetization, we are looking for sponsors for our YouTube channel.
In the last two years, we have managed to remove over 90% of Google ads from our website, and replaced them with independent, morally sound advertisers, that represent the ethos we wish to present. We've done this, all within an advertising budget that is affordable for small businesses. There is still some work to do to replace that remaining 10%, but we're proud of the progress we've managed to make so far.
Now the mission is to have the same situation with our Youtube channel.
Our channel currently sits at just under half a million subscribers, and our average monthly views are well over 2 million, coming from all over the world. This is obviously a great opportunity for ethical businesses to get their brand out to a massive audience.
The sponsorship will be done on a monthly basis, and will consist of a 20 second video ad at the start of each video posted in that month, as well as a static advert at the end of each of those videos. Once the monthly sponsorship expires, that sponsorship advert will still remain, indefinitely, on the videos sponsored within that sponsored month. There will also be a link to your business in the video description beneath.
If you are daunted by the idea of producing a short video advertisement, don't panic, we can take care of that for you as well...free of charge. If of course you would rather use your own, that is absolutely fine.
If you would like to enquire about becoming our Youtube sponsor, please drop me an email at [email protected]
If you wish to enquire about any of our other advertising opportunities, please click here.
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