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Reach 68 readers a month for as little as $0.02 on the Nolan Chart web site

Dirt Cheap Advertising LLC is the authorized agency for banner advertising on the Nolan Chart. We offer banner ads in a variety of sizes starting as low as 25¢ cpm. That's cost per thousand readers (as measured by unique IP addresses), not impressions.

These ads appear on the Nolan Chart article pages. Here is an example page. Over the past 30 days, your ad would have been read 68 times on all article pages on the website combined (based on unique reader IP addresses). This is a LIVE number and is calculated to the current time that you viewed this webpage. Return visits by the same reader to the same article for that 30 days period are excluded from this number.

Banner advertisements are priced based on ad size and readership of the previous 30 days. We offer the following standard ad sizes, which are shown with today's up-to-the-minute pricing.

Place Reg. Place Gentle Place Vigorous
Ad Size CPM Your Price Banner Ad Animation Ad Animation Ad
160 x 160 $0.25 $0.02 / mo.
160 x 320 $0.50 $0.03 / mo.
160 x 600 $1.25 $0.09 / mo.
160 x 900 $1.88 $0.13 / mo.
160 x 1600 $2.50 $0.17 / mo.
728 x 90 $2.50 $0.17 / mo.

CPM = Cost Per Thousand Views

Animated banner ads —>  add 15% for gentle animation
add 30% for more vigorous animation

We reserve the right to reject ads that are too distracting or which we believe will detract from the reader's experience. Contact us to find out if your animated ad qualifies.

All ads renew at prices calculated based on prevailing 30 day readership number at time of renewal.

The Nolan Chart website is a political columnist site with a mostly American audience. Over 80% of all website visitors live within the United States. The website offers columns and articles from columnists in all political camps. Articles are usually related to current news events, so appropriate advertising would include anything that would also be appropriate in a national newspaper or magazine with a broad circulation. There is a large preponderance of libertarian and free-market authors and readers on the website, so products and services of interest to that target market will do particularly well.