Teachnet.Com has been recognized by a number of web-oriented publications and organizations such as PC Magazine, The Exploratorium Learning Studio, The Learning Channel and Netguide Magazine. Our readers include pre-K through secondary teachers, administrators, post-secondary education majors, daycare providers, college instructors and home schooling parents.

Placing ads on our web pages not only brings the attention of educators to your brand, but also helps us to continue to provide ongoing assistance to teachers worldwide.

For questions about advertising on Teachnet.Com, please contact:
Prairie Cube Media

v. 913.221.8469
f. 314.689.1022

Banner Ads
CPMs are available starting at $4. Call us at 913-221-8469 to learn more.

Banner Ads
(all prices effective 10/2010)
Ads are served on a random basis and statistics are logged for total exposures per billing cycle, number of click-throughs and percentage of click-throughs to total exposures. All placements are ROS only. Ads can go online almost immediately and most forms of rich media are accepted. We offer the following standard placements:

  • Standard Horizontal Banner 468×60 or 728×90 (our pages are formatted for the leaderboard size, so we encourage you to take advantage of this larger format for the same price)
  • Square Button 125×125 (right-column placement below Skyscraper)
  • Skyscraper 120×600 (vertical)

Teachnet OMNI Sponsorship
(effective 4/2010)
One single OMNI sponsor receives exclusive consistent advertising and branding prominently at the very top of every page. This prime spot provides repeat exposure and a higher level of affiliation with Teachnet, and includes one non-rotating skyscraper ad spot on the Teachnet front page to call attention to the OMNI sponsor. Cost for site sponsorship is a flat monthly rate. Call us to discuss discounts and pricing details.

Teachnet.Com reserves the right to refuse or cancel any advertisement. Teachnet.Com provides statistics only as a courtesy to advertisers, not a requirement, and shall not be held liable for any claims as they relate to the use of the statistics.