2001, www.OntheLake.net has been about helping folks find the right
place to spend a vacation. We haven’t changed our goals or our philosophy,
but we are embracing the fact that most browsers come to our site mostly for
information: to read the articles we have
written about boats and boating; about
about excursions to places of interest. They like what we write and they’ve
told us as much. 82,000 page views in 2010 and 96,896 page views in 2011 is an indication that we still
have what a lot of folks are looking for. We don’t mind that, and we’d like
you to take advantage of it, by advertising your business on one of those
pages; with your ad on one of those pages, visitors are going to see you.
Why not let us direct some of that traffic to
Select from one
of the options below:
- We will link to your site from a content-relevant page on our site.
It's the most budget-friendly way to get more business to your business!
- Banners are now available on all pages of our site! Your banner (728x90 pixels) will be added to any of our pages
-- your choice!
Other benefits of advertising with On the
Your business will be featured on our
Add your business to On
the Lake. It's fast, easy, and effective!
In most cases, we can have your listing "On the Lake" and
active within 24 hours!
E-mail us with questions.
So, other than signing on with
OntheLake.net -- a
company dedicated to getting more business to your business, getting a good
deal, and getting exposure on the right pages of a website that features
information about the outdoors -- there are three other research-related
reasons to consider:
users received a record 1.1 trillion display ads during the first
quarter of 2010, marking a 15-percent increase versus year ago.”
(from ComScore.com, a global leader in measuring the digital world and
the preferred source of digital marketing intelligence)
revenue and online retail spending will both grow by 10% in 2011,
according to the latest forecast from S&P Equity Research.” (emediavitals.com)
“According to a
report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Internet advertising revenues
will surpass those of print advertising to become the second largest
segment of advertising in the U.S. behind television.” (from a June
15, 2010 report from ReadWriteWeb.com)
We look forward to working