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    I am sure that there are many webmasters here on Abestweb who run an e-zine or mailing list of some sort.

    How about we get together to exchange ad space in our mailings?

    I have a mailing list with 1200+ subscribers if anybody's interested.

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    Sounds like a good idea! Say ... who are your subscribers? Webmasters, grandmas, ...?

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    They're subscribers to my weekly joke mailing. I don't generate any specific demographics.

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    Domain Addict / Formerly known as elbowcreek Thomas A. Rice's Avatar
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    I don't have a newsletter, yet - but I could trade advertising at the top of a couple of stories or articles. My magazine is www.elbowcreek.com , which features Western fiction, poetry and articles about the American West during the 'golden age of the cowboy.' Page Rank of 6.

    I have a couple hundred dedicated readers and 2000-3000/month passersby.

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    Come on guys - with 5000+ Abestweb members there must be some of you out there with mailing-list ad space to trade?

    Why pay for e-zine adverts when you can trade for free with people you know and love? [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    Sure, i'll do a trade with you when i get my subscribers up a bit. Currently only about 250+ but im running a sweeps this month (hopefully with the aim of increasing subscribers!)

    BTW, My audience is just general. A newsletter for my search engine. Probably a couple of sweepers in there too.

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    Oh, BTW, In each newsletter i have some if the coolest and weirdest sites of the month. I could feature your site as one of these as it is a good jokes site if you would like.

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    JQ - I'm game, PM me your ad / link text [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

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    I would be interested in exchanging newsletter ads if anyone is still interested!

    Maria at ItsRainingBargains.com

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    Just new here. Only 130 subcribers to our "DAILY PLANET" Newsletter. Would like to link your site permanently in exchange for a small link or ad space with your site.
    Thank You for your consideration.
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by microdot:
    I am sure that there are many webmasters here on Abestweb who run an e-zine or mailing list of some sort.

    How about we get together to exchange ad space in our mailings?

    I have a mailing list with 1200+ subscribers if anybody's interested.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

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    Well I've made the offer before but I'll do it again.

    I run a monthly that goes out via email AND gets archived online.

    I'll add anyone's link who wants it and not expect a link back.

    You can run a banner (If I have an ad to run, I run one in a non-commission earning ad space) or put some spin on it and make it into a bit of an article.

    My audience of over 10,000 is single parents. Mostly women from 18 t0 36. I don't know how well anything will convert as they're not a bunch known for having spare cash on hand but for free what could it hurt?

    Check out the archives online at http://www.parentsworld.com/maillist.html

    I'd check out the newer ones as I've changed the format over the past few years.

    Edited to say: PM me or email me at jill@parentsworld.com if you want to run something. I bite at remembering to return to check a thread for responses.

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