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How to Advertise on Ask The Electrician

Advertising is easy IF You Follow These Important Guidelines
At this time, virtually all paid advertising is handled through Google. is divided into over 20 different topics which are represented by Ad Channels that are specifically identified through our Google account. This is the most effective way to have your relevant ad in front of people who are looking for specific information, products and services.

Topics include:
Ceiling Fans
Wiring Diagrams
Circuit Breakers
Energy Savings
Smoke Detectors
GFCI Outlets
Electrical Symbols
Surge Protection and Power Conditioning
Electrical Training
Electrical Code
Electrical Wiring
and many more which are identified within our Google account.

For Best Results:

#1 - Place your ad in the Right Topic or Ad Channel.
#2 - Word your ad with understandable terminology that flows with the Topic or Ad Channel.
Remember: Visitors to the website may have limited or no knowledge about the products or services that you offer, and they may not be familiar with your company or trade named product, but they are familiar with the topic of the web page.

Ads May Be Blocked due to ads being placed in the wrong Channel, Poorly Worded, or just do not belong, this way the ads that remain will be best represented.

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