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The UK Anime Network is one of the largest Japanese culture websites in the UK, and has been online in various forms since 1996. Our content is trusted and we're number one on Google for UK Anime. 

Our traffic averages at over 600,000 unique visits and 2.5 million page views a month.

If you have a product that you think would suit our audience, we're happy to help you promote your goods through our site.

Our advertising is split into 2 sections, Sponsorship and General Advertising.



Sponsorship

- Button at the top of every page measuring 145 x 50 pixels

- Your logo on our email newsletter

- Access to the UK Anime Network News Feed for your website

- Appearance on our print advertising (magazine and leaflet)



UKA advertises in the national press, and sponsors who commit to 3 months of advertising will be eligable to have their company logo placed in those adverts as an official sponsor of the site.

We also distribute leaflets at major events such as London Expo and Hyper Japan and similarly we'll be adding sponsors to these full colour, A5 flyers.

We only accept sponsorship from companies who have a direct link to our core audience - that is to say shops selling anime goods, games or services.

We only take 6 sponsors at a time, but if you're interested in sponsoring UKA, Contact Us and we'll be happy to talk to you.

 



General Advertising

We charge flat fees for advertising depending on position and real-estate. Our rate card, which includes our last 3 months of statistics, is available upon application.

We do ask that before contacting us you consider that your product is suitable for our readership - we do not offer advertising to over 18 or gambling sites. Video games, movies, online stores and others are welcome.


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Compensation for Contributors at Conventions

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