How to Advertise in Brazzil.com

Our sitewide (including homepage) text link prices in brazzil.com are:

One month = US$ 40
Three months = US$ 90 (30 a month)
Six months = US$ 150 (25 a month)
One year = US$ 240 (20 a month)

Payment can be made through PayPal using the rodney@brazzil.com email.

MONTHLY PRICES FOR BANNERS

Brazzil’s banner for the brazzil.com Homepage + 17,000 internal pages:

Right-side button 120 x 60 pixels – US$ 150
Top banner 468 x 60 pixels – US$ 400
Bottom banner 468 x 60 pixels – US$ 200

To contact us, call 323-255-8062 or email rodney@brazzil.com

 

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