Advertising On Daily Nous


Daily Nous is supported by caffeine and advertising revenue, so please buy me a coffee next time you see me, and also check out our advertisers. By “check out” I mean click on them and see what they’re about. They’re right over there → (on a standard screen), or down there  (on a phone).

If you’re interested in advertising on Daily Nous, send me an email.

I’d like to start leveraging the reach of Daily Nous to bring discounts to my readers on various products—be it books, apps, old fashioned pencil sharpeners, subscriptions, etc. If you have ideas for what you’d like to save money on, please mention that in the comments.

Finally, I would like to thank my advertisers. In case you missed them, here they are:

Publishers:

  • Broadview Press
  • Farrar Strauss Giroux
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford University Press Higher Ed
  • MIT Press
  • Princeton University Press
  • Routledge
  • Rowman & Littlefield
  • Tender Buttons Press

Philosophy Programs:

  • EIDYN at Edinburgh
  • Florida State University
  • George Mason University
  • George Washington University
  • Wayne State University

Outreach Programs:

  • Brila Youth Projects
  • Rutgers Summer Institute for Diversity in Philosophy
  • University of Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy
  • How The Light Gets In Festival

Grants and Calls:

  • The Experience Project
  • Hope and Optimism
  • New Directions in the Study of Mind
  • Philosophy and Science of Self-Control
  • Young Philosophers Lecture Series at DePauw
  • Bowling Green Workshop in Applied Ethics and Public Policy

Journals:

  • The Monist
  • Res Philosophica

Others:

  • Atlas Fibre
  • Craft Coffee

A big thank you to them for their support, and to all of you for visiting Daily Nous.

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Rob Loftis
Rob Loftis
5 years ago

I think adding the line “@@|http://dailynous.com|$document” to your adblock filter should set it to allow ads on the Daily Nous. It is not working for me right now, though. Perhaps because there are no ads to block?Report

Nick Byrd
5 years ago

I have my I have my Ad Blocker turned off on Chrome and I’ve cleared the cache, but I do not see the ads when I visit DailyNou in Chrome — the space under “Paid Advertisers” is empty (and it’s only about 40 pixels in height, so it’s not even recognizing that there are placeholders there). However, when I (reluctantly) use Internet Explorer to visit DailyNous, I see ads in the ad spot. So the problem might be contingent upon the browser. I hope that is helpful.Report

Nick Byrd
5 years ago

The ads started showing up in Chrome on my end as well. I am not sure what was going on the previous 5 minutes. I didn’t restart Chrome or anything. My apologies for any confusion (Feel free to delete my comments since they are now probably moot.)Report

elisa freschi
5 years ago

Books, journal’s subscriptions, conference fees, stationery, softwares, IT-accessories… the choice is yours!Report