Re: [FSP] advertisement suggestions
- Hi, and thanks for your suggestions.
WorldNetDaily is definitely something we'd be interested in, but it has 2
main downsides: 1) it's incredibly expensive (smallest ad pkg is over
$3000), and 2) the readers tend not to be libertarians, but conservatives.
We saw the problems with this when the Walter Williams article came out, and
people swarmed to our website to then tell us how immoral we were to want to
The ASC community knows about us, has posted essays about us, and we have
already advertised there. However, most anti-state.com readers object to
the FSP because it is minarchist, not anarchist. Strike The Root, another
great ancap site, won't even link to us because we intend to make changes by
Feel free to always send ad or publicity suggestions to me -- I'm the
PubFinCom Chair. Thanks!
>From: "ninja_scientist" <lenin@...>Elizabeth McKinstry
>Subject: [FSP] advertisement suggestions
>Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2002 15:12:58 -0000
>I'm not really new to this group, I've just been ignoring it for
>several months straight. I've been thinking of a couple of websites
>whose readerships are open to ideas that are considered far-out by
>the mainstream. If we haven't already tried advertising on
>worldnetdaily.com, maybe it's worth trying. Also, it seems to me that
>a substantial minority of the readers of anarcho-capitalist sites
>would be interested in the FSP idea. The biggest one is probably
>anti-state.com. Maybe I'm just too far out of the loop and these
>suggestions aren't useful, but I'm hoping this could lead to a few
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