What do you get as a sponsor?
A promotional post (plus the corresponding RSS entry and tweet) from the sponsor published at the beginning of the week and a Linked list item thanking you for the sponsorship sometime during the week. These posts can reach over 100k Tumblr subscribers, 7.5k feed readers, and 6.5k Twitter followers.
On top of that, a 125x125 banner will be displayed on the sidebar for the whole week. This alone will bring your product or service in front of 10k people.
This is the only way to promote your product or service specifically to myNoSQL audience of open minded tech people interested in databases.
The sponsorship is exclusive. Only one sponsor per week.
What do you need to do?
Check the availability in the calendar below. To schedule a sponsorship or for additional information email Alex Popescu.
|Feb 11 – Feb 17:||Sold|
|Feb 18 – Feb 24:||Sold|
|Feb 25 – Mar 3:||Sold (EMC Greenplum)|
|Mar 4 – Mar 10:||Sold (EMC Greenplum)|
|Mar.11 – Mar.17:||Sold (instaclustr)|
|Mar.18 – Mar.24:||Sold (Aerospike)|
|Mar.25 – Mar.31:||Sold (Aerospike)|
|Apr.1 – Apr.7:||Sold (Aerospike)|
|Apr.8 – Apr.14:||Sold (NoSQL Search Roadshow)|
|Apr.15 – Apr.21:||Sold (Aerospike)|
|Apr.22 – Apr.28:||Sold (Pervasive/Actian)|
|Apr.29 – May.5:||Sold (Aerospike)|
|May.6 – May.12:||Sold (FatCloud)|
|May.13 – May.19:||Sold (FatCloud)|
|May.20 – May.26:||Available|
|May.27 – Jun.2:||Sold|
About the myNoSQL blog
- myNoSQL has been published since Dec. 2009, making it the oldest (and probably the most popular) independent blog about NoSQL and database technologies
- myNoSQL has over
90k105k Tumblr subscribers, 7.5k feed subscribers, and 6.5k Twitter followers.
- myNoSQL published over 3200 posts
About Alex Popescu
I am the creator and writer of this blog. Besides my own experience, opinions, and observations about NoSQL databases, distributed systems, and data solutions, I am sifting through the tons of materials out there trying to make sense of them and hoping that others will get a better, more useful, educative perspective.
I’ve been a software engineer since 1997 with a passion for open source and communities.