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Advertise with Skwigly


Skwigly offer a wide range of advertising and promotional opportunities to complement your marketing campaigns.

In addition to a number of pre-defined ad spaces available on our website, we can offer a tailor-made advertising solution to suit your needs. If you don’t find what you are looking for in our downloadable Media Pack (PDF), please drop us a line and we would love to discuss your requirements further.

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Why advertise on Skwigly?
Advertising with us will give you access to a highly relevant audience of animation professionals and students. With over 50,000 page views per month, we can help you reach your target audience and achieve your business goals.

How does it work?
All campaigns run on the Skwigly website can be tailored to the advertiser’s objectives and can run for as long as necessary (with 1 month being the minimum). However, we do offer monthly blocks at discounted prices the longer the ad is purchased for.

How often will my advertisement appear?
How often your banner will appear depends on both the targeting of the campaign and the amount of media purchased.

Is it UK based advertising only?
No. Although the UK forms the majority of our readership (45%), Skwigly (including the website, videos and podcasts) is enjoyed in over 100 countries.

What formats and file sizes are accepted?
Skwigly supports most formats including jpg, png, swf (Flash), gif and animated gif. The maximum file size permitted will depend on the format, but as a guide banners should be no larger than 60kb. If you are unsure or would like to know more please contact us.

How much does it cost to advertise on Skwigly?
For all pre-defined advertising prices please download our Advertising Media Pack (PDF). If you would like to discuss a bespoke option, we would love to hear from you.

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