Advertise on the LawFuel Network
The LawFuel Network provides an independent network of sites focused on law firms, lawyers and law marketing. The sites provide content from legal firms, associations, law marketers, academics and contributors writing about developments involving the law and law firms.
LawFuel.com was one of the Net’s first pure law news sites, set up in 2001 and providing news releases, law articles and independently written commentaries on the law since then.
The combined site traffic has continued to grow with up to 11,000 unique daily users reading the LawFuel pages on its sites. Viewing is permitted over a variety of platforms, including desktop, laptop, tablet and smart phone with integrated social media and robust analytics.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for firms and contributors and is available by territory or across the network.
Advertising opportunities are available for display and rich media ads:
- 728 x 90 top center column banner ad (Network-wide)
- 728 x 90 center column display ad (Network-wide & individual blog(s))
- 300 x 250 top right column display ad (Network–wide)
- 300 x 150 right column display ad (Network-wide & individual blog(s))
We also are happy to consider sponsorship and advertising in other configurations. For more information, including pricing and detailed traffic data, please contact publisher John Bowie on firstname.lastname@example.org
The material presented in this media kit is provided for informational purposes only. It is not an offer or acceptance of any advertising arrangement. Purchase of the advertising space described in this media kit is based upon availability.
LawFuel reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to refuse any requests for advertising. The descriptions of the LawFuel Network and its individual blogs are subject to change over time. Any and all information contained in this media kit is for general information purposes only. While the information is accurate, LawFuel expressly excludes liability for any claims, damages, demands, or losses of any kind resulting from the use of, or reliance upon, these materials.