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Note: Please if you would like to be on a waiting list as we may have openings for new ads after the June 1 primary.

Majority In Mississippi is pleased to announce that we have begun an initial offering of sponsorships. Our readership is growing at a rapid clip, they are internet-savvy, politically in-tuned, and would make a great audience for your political campaign, issue, or business. MIM has been featured in national blogs and websites such as The Clarion-Ledger, Politico, The Corner (National Review), Red State, and Free Republic, and is regularly linked to at Y’all Politics and Magnolia Report.

The ads should be Mississippi-focused and of good taste. If you would like to advertise a national political issue, we will also consider that. Also, we reserve the right to deny any ad for any reason.

Space is limited as we do not want to fill the blog up with ads that turn people off. We currently have room for two ads only- a premium ad at the top of the sidebar and a standard ad not far below it.

Overview of both boxes:

Overview of the Premium space:

Ads are booked on a first-come, first-serve basis. Once you get your space, you are guaranteed that position and can lock it in as long as you renew your commitment. Meaning as long as you want that ad space, it is yours.

The ads are handled internally through MIM, not through a third-party such as BlogAds. This allows us to offer excellent exposure for a very reasonable price (see pricing below).

The standard size for an ad will be 300 x 300 pixels. You can make either the width or height smaller than that, but you can not go any larger. We certainly recommend taking advantage of the overlarged size. (I know this is not a standard size, but works best with the blog template). It is your responsibility to develop the ad, and then e-mail it to us so we can test it before it runs. We can link to your website homepage, or a specific page on your website (i.e., donations page or specific issue).

Please contact us regarding rates, as well as information on visitors/ page views.

Also, an ad is not an endorsement, and does not mean we will agree to promote your campaign or ignore missteps. We will continue to post in the same manner before you began running ads.

Want more information? Ready to purchase an ad? at