Galway.Net Advertising Products
galway.net – up to 200,000 global visitors per month!
- galway.net offer advertising packages to suit businesses of all sizes – small, medium and large.
- We will work with you in creating an interesting and effective campaign, finding new ways to increase the traffic to your web site, and ultimately generating new customers for your business.
- galway.net is highly ranked on all major search engines. Search for 'galway' on Google.com (the world's most popular search engine) and galway.net is listed first.
- A basic listing on galway.net is free of charge, but for a small fee you can increase your return-oninvestment
in the following ways...
These are at the very top of each page, and as a result receive maximum exposure. They allow the user to click-through to your website or 'EasySite'.
Homepage: €150.00 / month
Lower pages: €75.00 / month
Side Box Ads
Side-Box Ads – appearing at the side of each page, they also allow click-through to your website. A side-box ad can feature an image of your choice.
All pages: €250.00 / month
A premium listing will appear first in any section and will contain a photo of your choice, a description
of your business and a link to your site.
€80.00 / year
Alternatively, certain features of galway.net are available for sponsorship – such as our hugely popular Galway Webcam, which alone receives up to 8,000 return visits per month! Sponsorship is a highly effective tool when promoting your business, and we can work with you in creating interesting and effective ways of reaching your customers online.
Accommodation listings, business directory and events on your mobile. Tailored for mobile devices:
Cunningham Motors is a vehicle repair centre in Bellclare, Tuam, Co. Galway that services ... more...
JJ. Comer Granite & Marble Ltd
JJ. Comer Granite & Marble LTD are the leading supplier of granite and marble bespoke kitc... more...
The Darcy Inn
Wonderful seafood bar and restaurant situated in the heart of the scenic town of Clifden, ... more...
Contributed by Benedek Farkasházy, May 2004.