Advertising and Sponsorship
www.BritishMilitaryHistory.co.uk is run by author and webmaster Rob PALMER. It is funded by the webmaster personally, with a significant investment made by him to launch the website, and to improve its functionality. Rob now operates BritishMilitaryHistory as a sole trader, and intends to sell advertising and products in order to make a small profit, in order to reinvest into the website.
The website has been designed by Webworld-UK, who are a
specialist website design and hosting company based in Devon. The
webmaster, Rob, decided at the beginning that it was appropriate to
invest in having the site professionally designed and hosted. This
was to create the right image and to build up a sound reputation.
As author and webmaster, Rob retains full editorial control, and
writes most of the content for the site.
The intention to provide the majority of information free at the point of use, to assist students, military historians, family genealogists, and anyone interested in the Second World War. The site is seven years old and has grown in content and activity in this period. The desire is for this website to continue to grow and develop to become the foremost, on-line resource with regards to the British Army and British Indian Army before, during and after the Second World War (between 1930 and 1956).
Rob intends to update the web-site, in conjunction with my hosts, and is looking for donations to raise the £3,000 needed to bring the site up to date. You may donate via PayPal (see below). He welcomes the support of additional advertisers and sponsors to the site. A statistics package is available to advertisers.
Statistics for January - December 2013
Unique Visitors = 31,300;
Number of Visits = 40,979;
Pages Visited = 1,084,466;
Statistics for January - December 2016
Unique Visitors = 64,080;
Number of Visits = 93,670;
Pages Visited = 526,647;
According to Google Analytics, 51% of visitors are from the U.K., with 14% from the U.S.A., 4% from Australia and Canada; with India, Germany, France, New Zealand, Italy and Poland in the 'Top Ten'. 34% of hits come from search engines, with 19% from links with Wikipedia, WW2 Talk and Generals.dk. Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin also contribute visitors to the site.
Help This Website to continue.......
This website is has just celebrated its sixth anniversary. I have made significant investment to upgrade the website, to improve the experience for the user during this period. This permits businesses and sponsors to advertise on the site to generate some income to off-set my investment and running costs.
Think of the benefit for your business or organisation to be associated with this website.
I would love to hear from you if you would like to advertise or sponsor us!
Act Now - contact me today.
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