Advertising with Real Peoples Media.

When you advertise with RPM you reach a committed Indigenous audience of tens of thousands. You also connect with a variety of different communities that are interested in and connected to how Indigenous concerns will affect them.

Advertising with RPM is easy. You can order, upload, and pay for your ad online, through our website.

Here are the different kinds of ads you can get.

Banner Advertisement – For $150 gets a banner ad for your business or organization displayed within one of our posts on this website. After you purchase the ad, and the story goes live, we will promote the page through our social media so that your ad and our content gets viewed.

1 Year Banner Advertisement – For $199 you get your banner ad for a whole year. We circulate the page with your ad at least monthly through scheduled posts on our social media, and we cross promote the page in places to reach the kind of targeted audience you want to connect with.

Audio Ad – $150 gets you a one minute audio ad made for you by Real Peoples Media and 1000 listens on our SoundCloud audio network. Your ad is inserted at the beginning of a piece of audio content and we will run until it receives 1000 listens at which point you will be prompted to see if you want to keep running the ad.

Video Ad – For $1150, Real Peoples Media will come and make a one to three minute video advertisement that will be put on YouTube and embedded into Real Peoples Media content. Click here to see an example of our work. You will own the content we created for you and you may embed it in your own website and social media. It costs $100 a week to have your video ad content embedded into a website post.

Footer Ad – The footer ad is one of the most valued spaces on the Real Peoples Media website as it is displayed at the bottom of every single page viewed on our site. Cost is $250 weekly for an image banner ad, $300 weekly for an audio ad, $500 weekly for an embedded video ad.

YOU CAN PURCHASE ALL AD PACKAGES ON OUR WEBSITE BY CLICKING HERE.

To hear Kanenhariyo explain how the audio ads work for podcasts, have a listen.