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Advertise on June Cleaver Nirvana

Posted by Holly Homer |

I would love to have you advertise on June Cleaver Nirvana.

I like to get creative with keywords, links and advertising buttons as long as it doesn't detract from the content, tone or look of June Cleaver Nirvana.

If you have an idea, please let me know.

I have based my rates in the past from information from this article about advertising rates on blogs written by moms from The Mom Salon. In this article I fall into the "B" category. More specific traffic information is available upon request.

I don't accept advertising through advertising networks.

Please contact me at junecleaver at tx.rr.com!


Aria said...

What happened to your button, sweetie? I wanted to advertise Your Site on my site's button marquee... Let me know what the code is... thanks, Lady!

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Rachael said...

Oh, the poor middle child. My Jack sounds just like your Reid. And, Derrick, being the middle child himself, has some special kind of empathy for the woes of the middle child: my goodest, best behaved, but therefore most neglected child. You said it best: The un-squeakiest wheel.

Dawn said...

psst... that link to momsalon doesnt work...

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