EMN is launching it’s own advertising system
Electric Motorcycles News (EMN) is still growing and is one of the few online platforms with information about electric motorcycles and scooters. EMN collects and publishes all kind of info from available sources on the internet: press releases, existing website content from manufacturers , … I am not a journalist looking for scoops or creating unique content but I want to publish a good overview about what’s happening in the electric light vehicle world.
Today, EMN is launching it’s own advertising system to ensure that all advertisements are related to the motorcycle world:
- electric motorcycles
- electric scooters
- offroad performance e-bikes
- light electric vehicles
- battery companies
- after market components
- motorcycle clothing, helmets, …
All ads are designed in-house. Different ad formats can be combined to have a maximum impact and visibility.
All pictures below are links to the shop.
Dealer ID-label | € 100,-/year
Small ad | € 150,-/month
Large ad | € 200,-/month
homepage banner | € 300,-/month
homepage header full picture | € 200,-/week
Sponsored content 1 article | € 300,-/article
Picture post at our Instagram account | € 100,-/post
Statistics (situation August 17th, 2019)
- 15000 unique visitors/month (Google Analytics)
- 16400 followers at Instagram
- 7000 followers at Facebook
- 3200 followers at my personal Linkedin
For more specifications and prices check out this page https://electricmotorcycles.news/shop/
What’s sponsored content?
Sponsored content is a piece of brand journalism that fits in the look-and-feel of the editorial content at EMN. Storytelling (everybody uses this buzzword) is what we already do on EMN: we collect the stories of various brands, new manufacturers and initiatives based on press releases and information gathered on the internet.
We offer the possibility for brands and suppliers to publish (paid) additional stories at EMN. These articles have the same design and layout and rotate between the normal news items. There is just one difference: we want to be transparent and these articles have a “sponsored content”-label. We think that’s fair to the users of our website. They still can decide to read it or not.