Advertise on Agent4Change.net
Founded in 2006 by Merlin John, former editor of TES Online magazine and winner of the BETT 2012 Outstanding Achievement in ICT for Education Award, Agent4change.net is a news website covering technology for transforming learning. A place where good practice rubs shoulders with best and next practice, it features contributions from a number of well-known education journalists, educators and ICT industry experts.
Agent4Change.net is aimed at everyone interested in learning with technology; from learners, teachers and parents through to policy-makers and politicians.
In 2011 the viewing traffic for Agent4change.net was 9.96 million hits made by 111,523 unique visitors who read 2.2 million pages. The average time spent on the site for 351,644 visits was 6.5 minutes.
The stories with the highest number of views are "Open University research explodes myth of 'digital natives'" (48,891), "Microsoft teachers awards spearhead push for change" (112,227), "Open source will save schools millions - new report" (31,506), "Teachers celebrate first Google Teacher Academy" (26,214) and "Schooling past sell-by says Education Fast Forward" (17,748).
The majority of visitors were from the UK, the United States and China, followed by European and a further 91 countries.
Do you want key decision makers to view your message? Then Agent4Change.net is a great option for you. We have a range of advertisements to suit every budget.
Leaderboard (475 pixels wide x 100 pixels deep, top of the page)
£495 plus VAT per month for one section
£845 plus VAT for the whole site
Skyscraper (150 pixels wide x 430 pixels deep, left-hand side)
£200 plus VAT per month for one category
£345 plus VAT per month for whole site
Button (150 pixels x 150 pixels, right-hand side)
£75 plus VAT per month for one category
£195 plus VAT per month for whole site
Where an advertisement position is already occupied, addition advertisements will be rotated – the maximum number of advertisements in any one rotation will be three (rotations can not include animated gif files).
Series discounts possible for extended periods
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