Are you looking for an easy way to help Counter-Currents? Here’s one: If you support Counter-Currents, read the websites and support the businesses that are friendly to Counter-Currents.
Counter-Currents is never going to run click-bait abominations like “Five Foods to Reduce Belly Fat” or “Ten Plastic Surgery Disasters.” You will never find the front page of Counter-Currents blinking like a Las Vegas casino, with popup windows, crawlers, and other distractions. But we do run advertisements: tasteful advertisements that are noticeable but not ugly and distracting.
To find our advertisements on your computer, simply scroll down the right-hand navigation bar past the Top 100 Commentators link. On your phone, simply scroll past the article list.
We are now placing advertisements within posts as well, which will dramatically increase views and engagement
I urge all of our readers to browse these ads, click through to the websites, and explore the products and ideas they offer.
Counter-Currents has four kinds of advertisements:
Link exchanges with other websites: ideally websites that are broadly congruent with our metapolitical goals and have similar traffic, although the latter is less of a concern
Paid advertisements: We now average 750,000 pageviews per month and offer competitive pricing below the industry standard for comparable web traffic.
Affiliate marketing links: For instance, any time someone buys Paul Waggener’s rune course, a portion of the proceeds go to CC.
Event sponsorships: Are you interested in having your product featured at a CC event? Sponsorships are a great way to encourage community building and gain exposure for your product.
Why advertise at Counter-Currents?
- We now average 750,000 pageviews per month.
- We offer competitive pricing below the industry average for friendly companies.
- Fast, friendly responses from the CC team
To learn more, contact Cyan Quinn at [email protected]. Reach out before July 20th for an introductory buy one month, get half-off your second month incentive.
Thank you for your loyal readership and support!
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