Sponsorship and advertising
It is the Forum's strict policy not to support or endorse any specific medical products, treatments or devices (including all pharmaceutical products whether available only on prescription or over-the-counter). However, whether you are in the commercial, public or voluntary sector, there are potential opportunities to advertise, inform and sponsor on malehealth.
All relationships must conform to the Men's Health Forum's ethical policy
Here are some suggestions:
Ask the Doc
One of the most used features in malehealth is the online expert answering service Ask The Doc. Classified into subject areas each topic is available for sponsorship. We need sponsorship for this section if we're to run a full service.
Also one of the most used features in malehealth is the medical condition reference service Key Info. Classified into subject areas each topic is available for sponsorship. Market research - online quantitative and qualitative market research may be available through malehealth.
Banner and box advertisements can be placed on selected pages/sections throughout the site. From these you may have click-throughs to other information. We welcome any suggestions.
All advertisements and any promotional, commercial or information in the form of articles, or display advertisements (banners or logos), have to be clearly indicated and easily identifiable as such, separated and distinguished from the editorial content. All advertising (including, but not limited to, pop-up windows and banners) have to be identified with the word "Advertising" or similar identifying clearly the sponsor.
If banners are served from a free web hosting service or 'banner exchange', the webmaster must clearly state that the advertising banners are from the free Web host and are not endorsed by the site editor.
Design of banner advertisements
We can offer a design service for banner advertisements. Please contact us for details.
All prices available on application and subject to VAT.
Page created on May 19th, 2003
Page updated on September 9th, 2010