HuntNetwork was created in 2006 with the aim of providing the international hunting and fishing community a single reference point to obtain relevant articles, news and hunting opportunities. The site has grown to well over 100 000 users and has become a preferred platform for outfitters to market their offers to this community.
We generally don't work to strict guidelines but try custom our marketing efforts according to your needs with the aim of getting you as much exposure to your market using all available online methods such as email blasts, video, photos and social media.
Our main strength is our database and this is being successfully used to market outfitters in the form of email blasts which can be a copy of your newsletter, your hunting offers, any cancelled hunts or a combination of all.
This coupled with banners, videos and your trophy photos (all linked back to both your website and social media pages) has gotten great results with the majority of our clients using our services long term.
Our base option is a once off email blast and the pricing for this is $350.
Alternatively we are offering individual package which includes the following
Custom email containing your offers sent to our opt-in database
1 x linked banner advert on both www.huntnetwork.net and our newsletter, your hunting / fishing specials posted on both www.huntnetwork.net and our newsletter Your video posted on both www.huntnetwork.net and on our newsletter - Should you not have a video we will create a slideshow video for you.
Your trophy photos with links back to your website posted on www.huntnetwork.net
Included in the price is all artwork production.
Our pricing is as follows
3 months - $500 (1 x email blast)
6 month - $700 (2 x email blasts)
12 month - $1000 (3 x email blasts)
Included in any of the above is a FREE inclusion in our multi outfitter mail out that included all our advertisers.
Please contact us with your requirements and for examples at email@example.com
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