Advertising with thinkinGardens

thinkinGardens is a unique and popular garden site, offering serious reading matter of a kind which is not available anywhere else in the garden media.

The readers are from the top end of the garden market – garden designers, writers, editors, bloggers and other garden professionals.

thinkinGardens has over 500 subscribers, and other readers come via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and many blogs and garden media links.

Garden Media Guild Website of the Year

Britain’s most influential gardeners

The site was referred to in Tim Richardson’s Telegraph article ‘Meet Britain’s most influential gardeners’:

“Anne Wareham: The Bad Tempered Gardener (the title of her 2011 book) is the scourge of all that is dull and mediocre in gardening and garden design. Also the prime mover behind thinkingardens.”

Site Visits

The site has over 101,000 visits a year and growing, that’s an average of almost 300 people every day, spending usually 3 minutes on each page they read. New material is added to the site fortnightly. Writers for the site include some of the most respected and well known garden writers, such as Mary Keen, John Brookes, James Alexander-Sinclair, Noel Kingsbury, Tim Richardson, Chris Young and Stephen Anderton and also much new, sparkling talent.

Please note that currently the adverts are not visible on the mobile site unless people click ‘View full site’.

Advertising Rates

thinkingardens Ad
We don’t do text links or guest blogs.

All advertisements are for a minimum period of 6 months.

Banner advert across the top of the page and appearing on every page = £120 per month. (minimum £720 = 6 months)

Small adverts on the sidebar, appearing on every page of the site (for sizes, see diagram to the right)  =

100 x 100 pixel advert on sidebar = £15 a month (minimum £90 = 6 months.)

150 x 300 pixel advert on sidebar = £20 a month (minimum £120 = 6 months )

300 x 300 pixel advert on the sidebar = £30 a month (minimum £180 = 6 months)

Contact thinkinGardens for more information about advertising.

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