walkhighlands

Advertising on Walkhighlands

Our audience

Walkhighlands receives 18,000 visits from users each day, with 340,000 unique monthly visitors (April 2014) - making us the busiest independent Scottish tourism website as well as being the busiest walkers' website in the UK.

Can you afford to miss out? Read some of our testimonials to see what some of our existing advertisers have to say about Walkhighlands.

Classified advertising

Type of advert Annual cost
Hotels, self-catering cottages, bed and breakfasts, hostels, restaurants, campsites £49+VAT per year for one advert
£39+VAT for each additional advert
(must be placed at same time)
Guiding / activities: Regional advert
Guiding / activities: National advert (includes free regional ad)
£49+VAT per year
£109+VAT per year
Campervan hire (linked from all regions) £109+VAT per year


Each classified advert features a photograph and upto 80 words of text.


Banner and display advertising

We offer banner advertising which is highly visible and particularly suitable for promoting outdoors brands and retailers. There are banner positions available across the walks on all the site, within our vibrant forum, or ads can be targetted to regions.

AdvertCost
600x120 exclusive advert slot on email newsletter - 50,000 subscribers£400
728x90 leaderboard on gear reviews, news and magazine articles£400 per month - first position
£350 per month - second position
728x90 position at foot of Forum pages£600 per month
Block booking of ads on all walks in a regionprice is for one region e.g. Cairngorms, or Perthshire
- 300x250 adverts on individual walk panels£300 per month
- 120x600 skyscraper in right margin of walks£265 per month

OR Cost per thousand impressions across whole site
From£9.50 per thousand impressions


If you wish to promote your business in this way then please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Email:
Phone: 01479 873523
Mobile: 07786 120265

Please note we have a minimum order of £250 on banner advertising. All prices shown are subject to VAT.

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