Thank you for considering advertising on Gothic.net. Our advertisers make this site possible and we couldn’t do it without you.
We have been really fortunate over the years to work with so many great sponsors, who produce exactly the kinds of good products and cool stuff our readers love to see and find out more about. Our brand advertisers have included Coca-Cola, L’Oreal, RedBull, Chevy, True Blood, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Rob Zombie, House of the Dead, Stephen King, Spike TV Scream Awards, SAW, Paranormal Activity, Hostel, Let Me In, 30 Days of Night, The Crazies, The Last Exorcism, The Wolfman, and almost every other major horror movie released for at least the past eight years. Our indie advertisers have included Robin Raygun, Butter Safe, Lip Service, Obscuria, Borderlands Books, Prime Books, Stormy Leather, Amalthea’s Attic, and Manic Panic.
You are always welcome to contact ads [at] gothic.net for assistance with anything advertising related. We have some really attractive packages of 1.3 million banner exposures with occasional value-adds of event branding and related goodies; these are ideal for big publishing houses, major record labels, and clothing designers and stores with offline distribution. We have inexpensive packages of 100,000 banner impressions available for independent clothing designers and bands and small presses. If you are promoting a major motion picture, please feel free to contact us for editorial support, but your favorite Gorilla Nation rep should be able to hook you up. If you have previously advertised here via BuzzClick, your favorite rep there should also still be able to take care of you. These are our only current brand and channel advertising partners. As always, if you are not 100% delighted with the service you receive from one of our advertising partners, please contact us directly and we will make sure you get taken care of right.
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