Advertise / Sponsor

Advertising/Sponsorship on .NET Core Tutorials is a great way to reach thousands of daily readers interested in tech, programming, engineering and of course .NET! .NET Core Tutorials has a reach of over 120k monthly readers, the majority of whom are organic visitors looking for solutions to their particular programming problem.

All advertising and/or sponsorship enquiries should go to [email protected].

We currently offer 3 types of sponsored content.

Sponsored Post

A post dedicated to your service/product/course/website. Typically involves me reviewing a product that is related to software development and in particular .NET tooling. It’s written in the .NET Core Tutorials style (So no copy and paste press releases or pre-prepared posts) and will have appropriate thoughts and opinions thrown in. Can be specifically a review about your service, or about an entire problem that your product/tool solves.

Example https://dotnetcoretutorials.com/2017/10/03/using-raygun-exception-logging-asp-net-core/

All sponsored posts get shout outs on the social and all the usual promotional tools used by the blog (Mailing list etc) when any other post is published.

Sponsored Box

A box sponsoring content that is related to your product/service. The article may already have been posted and living for a while, and you just want to plug your product. Example as per below :

Are You Looking To Sponsor This Post?

If you are, then here’s an example of how it might look in a “Sponsored Box”. A shout out to your product with a few links and call to actions thrown in for good measure.
Sponsor A Post Today!

Sponsoring a post requires that your product/website/course is somewhat related to the post at hand so common sense applies.

Link Plug

Sometimes a post is already out there in the wild and you just want a bit of a shout out somewhere in it. Maybe an article talks about a specific problem and you think your product deserves a mention, well this is one for you. The link will be written into the content in a natural way (e.g. Not a sponsored box).

Because the link is within the content, the product/website/course should be extremely related to the post at hand. An exact link between the topic of the post and your product is essential.

Media Kit

See below for core info on .NET Core Tutorials readership.

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