Wildlife Thailand is currently offering companies, organisations and advertisers the ability to place image or textual advertisements on this website.
We are doing this SOLELY to raise money for conservation and 100% of your advertising fee will be donated to conservation issues/projects in Thailand. Guaranteed.
This will particularly be of interest to travel companies, hotels, tour companies, specialised nature companies, NGOs, outdoor equipment and clothing sellers, book publishers and other parties interested in exposure to a very specialised audience whose primary focus is Thailand, national parks, wildlife, photography, nature, tours, travel, backpacking, hiking, natural history, car hire and other associated services in Thailand.
Our standard banner ads are sized upto 580 pixels wide for all article pages and we can also accommodate up to 250 px wide by any height in our side bar for the front page and any article pages. In our forums we can accommodate any size required with placement after any multiple of posts in every topic.
Our standard rate, fixed for the next 6 months, is 899 THB per month (approx 30 USD) per placement, payable a month in advance by PayPal or by transfer to a Thai bank. You can buy just one month and one ad postion/block to check your results if that is what you prefer.
So for 899 baht (or 30 USD) per month we will place your ad (i.e. ad postition/block) as prominently as you wish. If you want to propose an alternative size or location for an ad on the site we are ready to listen. This is for charity after all and we are very flexible when it comes to supporting charity.
We currently offer exposure to between 1500 and 2000 unique, motivated and specialized site viewers, currently viewing approx 6000 page views per month for articles and 4000 for forums with an exceptional retention/bounce rate of 43%.
So why not take advantage of our offer in the knowledge that your fee is also being put to use to help support Thailand's precious natural heritage.
How can you lose if your business depends on the uniqueness of Thailand's natural and cultural heritage?