The Macintosh News Network is the premier source for Macintosh and iPod news, reviews, discussion, tips, troubleshooting, links, and reviews. MacNN publishes dozens of news stories related to Apple, iTunes, iPod, and the Mac industry, tracking the latest developments in the computer, Apple-related, Mac, online music, and iPod markets. Since late 1995, company executives, IT managers, consultants and end-users have relied on the Macintosh News Network for timely information around-the-clock. MacNN has a presence at almost every major Macintosh-related conference to provide its readers with the most punctual news coverage possible.
MacNN also offers a dedicated Reviews section, a flourishing IRC chat network and and a large, established discussion forum with more than 50,000 members -- one of the largest Mac-related forums on the Internet.
MacNN offers several different online marketing opportunities for computer, technology, software, and other clients looking for a strongly educated Mac audience. Our past clients have included Apple, Microsoft, CDW, several Fortune 500 companies, and many, many more.
We currently sell sponsorship packages, semi-permanent icons on the front page as well as text advertising. Semi-permanent icons are generally rotate among three or four different advertisers; pricing varies and must be determined by individual contract. Large banners and side towers are the most prominent form of advertising on the Macintosh News Network. Banner ads are sold via sponsorship packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Platinum Plus, Executive, and Executive Plus are available starting as low as /$300 per month. We offer impression bonuses for multi-month contracts and routinely offer specials that help drive traffic to our clients' sites. Our banners are not refreshed during a visit, but are rotated randomly with other advertisers. Discounts of up to 40% are offered to freeware, shareware, and lower-priced commercial products as a commitment to our Mac community.
MacNN accepts third-party advertising (i.e., these are not sold directly by MacNN and sometimes these are deemed 'inappropriate', cause errors, or are otherwise objectionable (due to content, performance, etc.). We encourage our readers to submit feedback about these banners/advertisements so that we may remedy the situation in the most efficient manner possible.
For more information fill out our advertising request form (preferable) or call 415-738-2076. Agencies may either submit information via the Web or contact Monish K Bhatia at mkbhatia[at]macnn.com.
When it comes to music on the go, consumers generally have some options to consider when looking for the best experience. While Blueto ...Pure Jongo T2 wireless speaker
Multi-room audio compatibility is a key metric for wireless sound systems these days. The entry cost into a house-spanning system can ...Logitech Z213 multimedia speakers
Desktop computer speakers sit in a weird area of limbo: many consumers have forgone the era of desktop listening for the privacy and v ...
10 Most Discussed
- Oregon Apple Store 'slur' incident being investigated - 31 replies
- Opinion: Why the Apple iWatch will succeed (Part 1) - 17 replies
- Opinion: Hachette and Amazon fight, who loses? - 12 replies
- T-Mobile announces plan to throttle those abusing 'unlimited' data - 11 replies
- Judge rejects proposed $324.5M anti-poaching case settlement - 11 replies
- NewerTech accessory fools 'headless' Mac minis into turning on GPU - 9 replies
- Claim: Apple's iMessage accounts for 30 percent of all mobile spam - 8 replies
- Apple issues diversity report, promises better gender/racial balance - 8 replies
- Disney latest victim of Amazon DVD pre-order denial - 8 replies
- Skype suddenly blocks users with OS X 10.5 or earlier - 7 replies