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Digital Retribution has been online since March 11, 2002, making it the Internet's longest running Australian based genre entertainment website. Over a period of 9 years the site has built up a large and loyal fan base from dozens of countries all over the word and still attracts thousands of new visitors each week.

According to all major site ranking services Digital Retribution is the most popular Australian based genre entertainment website on the net, averaging tens of thousands of unique visitors and close to one million page views per month. We've also established the largest review database of any Australian genre website with over 1700 reviews, and we host the only active Australian genre fan community with over 1650 registered members. All site content is promoted through RSS feeds and we maintain an active presence on popular social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

Advertising on Digital Retribution is an effective way of directly targeting fans of horror, cult, action and exploitation. We offer prominently positioned ad slots on a popular, well established website for a low monthly cost.

Advertising Package

The graphic of your choice will be added to the rotation of all three advertising slots on the site.

Slot A: One 728 x 90 banner (.jpg, .gif of flash format, 40kb max) – Displayed "above the scroll" in the top-right corner of every page (labelled A in the image below).

Slot B: One square 300 x 250 graphic (.jpg, .gif of flash format, 40kb max) – Displayed "above the scroll" in the left side panel of every page with the exception of our Message forum (labelled B).

Slot C: One 728 x 90 banner (.jpg, .gif of flash format, 40kb max) – Displayed at the foot of every page (labelled C).

With 3 separate ad slots on each page and a maximum of 10 banners on each rotation, our visitors will definitely see your content!

For full pricing options, or for further enquiries, please email: , or contact us through our Online Form.

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