MakeUseOf Is Launching Its Own Advertising Program

MakeUseOf is pleased to announce that it has recently revamped its internal advertising program and is looking for advertisers like YOU to join us in marketing your products to our community of over 13 million strong!

Why MakeUseOf?

We’re a daily blog that is intended to make the web easy, making you more productive with tips featuring cool websites, computer tips, and downloads. Our goal is making the web and offline space accessible to the average Joe on any operating system, from Windows to Mac to Linux.

We have over 23 million monthly pageviews and have been featured in PC Magazine as a top 100 website for several years in a row.

What’s In It For You?

MakeUseOf can showcase your company, product, or service to our large and diverse audience. We can get your message out effectively and efficiently to our readers.

Contact us today if you are interested. We’ll be delighted to serve you.

Addendum: Just a note, our advertising program has been in full swing for awhile now! If you haven’t noticed anything, it’s because we are trying to make it as natural and unintrusive as possible. Our reader loyalty is always the most important to us.

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Comments (27)
  • Samrudh Shetty

    Lisa howard you joined makeuseof recently..

  • Samrudh Shetty

    I don’t see any photo’s..

  • Jack Cola

    Wow, I can’t believe how many people are complaining about ads and boycotting MUO because they posted an article saying they are changing they way they advertise.

    Did you not see the 4 or so lines of ads under the title and above the content on EVERY article?

    What’s the point of complaining about ads when you can’t even see them, you subconsciously don’t see them.

  • Mac Witty

    I’m happy as long as I know what is ads and it not interfere in editorial

  • Dominic Chang

    I hope that the blog will only accept relevant ads. Love the clean interface it now has.

    • Mark O’Neill

      The last thing we want to do is alienate our loyal readers. So don’t worry.

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