CrossRiverWatch Advert Rate

ADVERTISEMENT RATES
Specification                                                 Amount (N)
Pre article banner                                        30,000 per day
Full Length Mast-head – Static                 20,000 per day
Side Bar – Static                                           10,000 per day
Bottom Bar – Static                                    15,000 per day
Side Bar – Dynamic                                   8,000 per day
Top Bar – Dynamic                                    10,000 per day
Bottom Bar – Dynamic                             12,000 per day
Spot – Static                                                 5,000 per day
Spot – Dynamic                                           3,000 per day
These rates are available only for 30 days per spot payment.
Note:
The Front Page goes for          300,000 for 2wks spot minimum while
Special Rates for others packages like Public Announcements, Press Releases, News of Special Interest, News Development and Follow-up, Events Coverage.

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5 commentsOn CrossRiverWatch Advert Rate

  • Your ad rates are moderate. Keep the good work going

  • THIS SITE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, I LOVE CROSS RIVER WATCH. I LOVE GOVERNOR LIYEL IMOKE FOR HIS EFFORT TO PUSH THE STATE TO A GREATER HEIGHT.

  • I love cross river watch.my people joint me with the members of jesus inheritance evangelical outreach members,for a 5 days prayer,let come together and for state crs Govt,our leaders,for peace,love of our people’s,@ 7 ibiono street off uwanse calabar.from 26 feb 2 march,5 pmhttps://fbcdn-photos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/t1/c15.0.126.126/s75x225/1903997_425058577628469_2126903121_a.jpg

  • Niccygirl is right. Nigeria is actually a batrul capitalist country but with no understanding what it means. I think the contribution by niccygirl was the general trend in any Market economy. The only places where prices are regulated are North Korea, Cuba, former USSR and failed Socialist States. What a compassionate capitalist or Market economy can do is to provide social welfare or safety net for the very poor. These are often cash payments so that the recipient can use their money freely to buy as they chose but prices are never regulated!Such economies, even Ghana or South Africa, are highly competitive and treat customers with respect or they lose. Nigerians have to be led to the altar of true market economy if they are genuine about Vision 50:50! In many ways, the country already imposes aggressive deregulation in the health sector, education and in the absence of social welfare.Petrol deregulation was untimely and very costly for economic growth because of high inflation and interest rate. This will damage growth and that’s why I support the protest and Niccygirl.

  • How about publishing an article, how do i go about it.

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