Advertising At IPR

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Some information about IPR:

As of October 2013, IPR has published over 12,000 blog posts. During its 5+ years of existence the site has attracted over 2,000,000 unique hits. IPR is regularly read by thousands of third party activists, candidates, and voters, including many of the delegates to the national conventions and party meetings of the Libertarian Party, Constitution Party, and Green Party.

IPR was acquired in 2012 by SpinJ Corporation, which is also the publisher of the leading Traffic and Criminal Court directory.

Prominent counties on that site include:

Suffolk County NY

Westchester County NY

Los Angeles County CA

San Diego County

Santa Clara County CA

Alameda County CA

Cuyahoga County OH

Harris County TX

Dallas County

Bergen County NJ

Union County NJ

Allegheny County PA

Philadelphia County

Middlesex County MA

Essex County MA

New Haven County CT

Fairfield County

Hartford County

Maricopa County AZ

2 thoughts on “Advertising At IPR

  1. Matt Cholko

    I feel like there is room for Google AdSense text ads on the right side of the page, between the search box and Recent Entries.

    Also, I think there are plenty of places for ads further down the page, on both the left and right.

    Just some friendly advice.

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