Thank you for visiting The E’ville Eye Community News. Our humble beginnings as a personal blog have evolved into a full-featured news site through dedication, contributions and a lot of time & hard work. Our audience and traffic continue to grow with every post and the hours spent and interest by the community have helped make The E’ville Eye not only the top Google-ranked Emeryville blog but also the top-ranked Google-ranked news site for Emeryville:
While revenue has never been the primary goal of the site, the reality is that there are costs involved including hosting, add-ons and paying contributors. Would your business benefit from advertising to a hyper-local audience of engaged Emeryville, West/North Oakland & West Berkeley Residents? Would you like to support citizen-journalism, align with residents and help perpetuate this sites evolution into the objective community resource that we’re striving to be? Now you can:
We’re currently making two spaces on The E’ville Eye available for advertising:
Leaderboard Ad – Your Ad will cycle randomly with a handful of other ads at the top of every page. It measures 728 x 90 px.
Dedicated “Boom Box” Ad – appears persistently on the right-rail of every page. It measures 300 x 250 px.
Analytics on ad clicks can be provided upon request. If you are a business or organization interested in advertising on The E’ville Eye, please contact us through the form below to get more details about our ad packages.
All Ads must be approved by the editor and can take 7-10 days to implement. The E’ville Eye reserves the right to reject ads it determines to be inappropriate.
Political Advertising Guidelines
All political advertising creatives must clearly identify who paid for the communication and whether or not it was authorized by a candidate and/or organization. Advertisements must contain a link to a web site that contains further positions or views if those positions or views conform to the guidelines set forth herein. Political advertising shall not be misleading, deceptive, or otherwise violate our community standards. Political advertising must be geographically appropriate. All political advertising must comply with all applicable federal laws, including without limitation all federal election laws, FEC & FPPC regulations, and (where applicable) state or local laws and regulations, and such compliance shall be the sole responsibility of the advertiser.