Become A MojoLand Sponsor

MojoLand – ‘Land of the Legend’  is an online sports magazine chronicling the Odessa Permian football program – past and present.

We are seeking sponsors in various industries – those companies serving the sports community or Permian Basin area businesses trying to expand their marketing and advertising efforts. Sponsorships are reserved on a first come, first served basis.  We offer site sponsor tile and banner ads, as well as social media opportunities.  Internet promotional campaigns are available in:
3-month, 6-month, and 12-month.

Let us improve your company’s internet presence!
Contact us today at sponsors at mojoland.net.

 
THE BENEFITS
MojoLand is a multi award-winning and well known site, celebrating its 23rd year of existence.  Advertising on this website offers sponsors an exceptional value.  There are currently over 150 pages of content on MojoLand.net, and that’s not including the Virtual Museum.

  • Achieve High Click-Through Rates.  Online team sports sites, such as MojoLand, have consistently delivered click-through rates 5x higher than the industry average.  While one-quarter of one percent has become the norm on the Internet, online team sports sites average over a 2.5% CTR across all sponsor tiles.
      
  • Reach Qualified Consumers.  The MojoLand visitor is typically well educated, affluent men and women.  According to NetRatings, our base is:
      • Gender:    66% Male
      • Income:    65% $75,000+
      • Ages:    21-49 (51%),  50-64 (26%),  13-20 (23%)
         
  • Do Well By Doing Good. Take advantage of the fact that 78% of adults say they would be more likely to buy a product associated with a subject they care about. – Cone/Roper Survey

 
START TODAY!
Becoming a sponsor on the MojoLand site is easy.  Send your e-mail inquiries for pricing to sponsors at mojoland.net, or use our convenient Contact Form.


Disclaimer
MojoLand
  is not affiliated with the Ector County ISD or Permian Football Booster Club.  It is individually owned and maintained by Terry Alan, a Permian graduate.