'Text Links in Content" ads on InsideTrackNews.com are targeted, permanent, prominent and affordable. Take advantage of Inside Track's winning SEO practices and our status as the leader in Canadian motorsports journalism. Packages start as low as $30 per link.
Every day, thousands of Canadian motorsports enthusiasts and racers search for information about their favourite sport. In many cases, they end up clicking on a link on InsideTrackNews.com, thanks to our leading SEO practices and techniques that put us near the top of the Google search results. Others come to our site on a daily basis, while others arrive via our active Facebook and Twitter feeds.
By purchasing 'Text Links in Content' ads in stories and multimedia content on InsideTrackNews.com, your message and hotlink will be prominently displayed in the middle of content that your current and potential customers have actively sought out!
We will work with you to place text links in news items directly related to your business and/or in press releases and multimedia posts promoting your products, services, races or events. Your 'Text in Content' links will remain on InsideTrackNews.com pages permanently!
Racing fans are extremely loyal and actively search out opportunities to support the companies that make their sport possible. Take advantage of this fact by putting your company's message and web link in the middle of news items about your racer, track, events or products.
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• 20 for $800
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• 5 for $375
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EXAMPLE: In February 2013, Canadian racer Cameron Hayley won the inaugural NASCAR K&N Pro Series 'Battle at the Beach' race at Daytona Int'l Speedway. The next day, a Google search for "Cameron Hayley" produced the following result: