Fantasy Advertising Fantasy Sports Ad Network
Welcome to Fantasy Advertising!
Fantasy Advertising is an ad network committed to serving the needs of Fantasy Sports website publishers as well as companies, groups, and organizations wishing to advertise on these sites.
Fantasy Advertising provides advertisers for Fantasy Sports products and services with a platform to reach the largest possible audience of fantasy players, and enables Non-Fantasy companies to reach an attractive target group that's predominantly male, highly educated and has more spending power than the average internet user.
At the same time, Fantasy Advertising is dedicated to maximizing advertising revenue for its publishers and allowing them to dedicate their time to the growth and improvement of their sites by relieving them of the time-consuming process of monetizing their ad space.
Who we are
FantasyAdvertising.com provides advertisers for Fantasy Sports products and services with a platform to reach the largest possible audience of fantasy players, and enables Non-Fantasy companies to reach an attractive target group that's predominantly male, highly educated and has more spending power than the average internet user.
What is fantasy sports
Fantasy Sports (also known as rotisserie sports or roto sports) is a game where fantasy owners build a team that competes against other fantasy owners based on the statistics generated by individual players or teams of a sport.
In other words people who play fantasy sports play a game where they earn points when their real-life players do well. The most popular format is fantasy football, where players draft teams of NFL players and earn points each week for the real-life performance of the players on the field. A typical scoring format rewards the fantasy player with points when his real-life players score a touchdown or kick a field goal.
There are fantasy sports leagues for baseball, hockey, basketball, golf, soccer, NASCAR, college football and basketball, soccer and many more. The internet arms of the major media companies (ESPN, Fox Sports, Yahoo! and more) all operate fantasy contests and leagues along with RSI sites. Users often play at the major media sites, but seek additional information and services from a host of other operators.
Fantasy Cafe - Fantasy sports in a mug.
Fantasy Hub - A free, up-to-date compendium of fantasy sports resources.
BigTroph - Find and create free fantasy football, fantasy baseball and all other fantasy sports logos.
College Football Geek - College fantasy football player rankings, cheatsheets, draft kit, analysis, forums and more.
Fantasy Draft Tools - Excel based fantasy draft software for auction & standard drafts with integrated cheatsheet
Fantasy Football Calculator - Fantasy football mock drafts, ADP, and draft software.
Fantasy Football Fantistics - Custom player projections and rankings, mock draft software, and draft advisory software.
FootballDocs - Site with Ph.D. credentials that dishes out free start / sit, pick-up drop, in-season rankings, advice, & more.
Mock Draft Central - Live fantasy sports mock drafts + the freshest ADP information on the web
MyNFFL - Fantasy football keeper and redraft leagues. Reasonable entry fees and cash prizes.
Scoresheet Sports - Fantasy baseball with weekly games using current weeks statistics. Set batting order and pitching rotation.
Ultimate FF Strategy - Provides strategy articles, player rankings, o-line rankings and more; all articles are based on statistics.
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Fantasy sites need to focus on several targets to be financially successful these days, they need to attract high-paying endemic campaigns during the main fantasy sports selling season, while maintaining decent fill-rates during the rest of the year, which can be a struggle. The typical fantasy site can't afford to run its own advertising department, so manpower needs to be redirected in order to deal with the time-consuming procedure of selling ads, which could be better invested in the core business, generating additional revenue by attracting more visitors through on-site work.
Due to the community nature of most fantasy sites, choosing the right ad networks to fill inventory can also be a time-consuming procedure. Apart from a few large ad networks the ad quality offered is usually not good or stable enough, and dealing with issues arising from poor quality ads will further distract focus from the actual effort of running a fantasy site.
Fantasy Advertising aims at solving these issues by not only increasing net advertising revenue for its publishers, but also saving them time so they can focus on their sites. To find out more about what we can do for you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fantasy Advertising is an exciting new network dedicated to bringing together advertisers and website publishers to best take full advantage of the ever-growing marketplace of Fantasy Sports. With its strong male demographic and high participation levels the Fantasy Sports Industry presents a number of excellent online marketing opportunities, and Fantasy Advertising can assist your company in making the most of those opportunities.
Fantasy Sports (just in case you're not entirely familiar with the phenomenon) is a multi-billion dollar industry participated in by 30 million men (and 6 women) across the globe. Fantasy players are generally male, in their thirties, well educated, and have above average incomes. These players watch TV, they surf the internet (a lot), they drive cars, they eat chips, they drink beer, they wear clothes.
In short, Fantasy Sports players are a large and powerful group of consumers who purchase a wide variety of products and services, and Fantasy Advertising wants to help you tap into this group of consumers like never before.
To find out more about what we can do for you, please contact us at email@example.com.