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Companies and Organizations
First, check the DevOps’ish Sponsor Inventory to see if/when you want to advertise is available.
Note: DevOps’ish is currently sold out through 2022 and a wait list has been created for 2023.
Then send your event, product, or organizational details to firstname.lastname@example.org with your ad idea to get started today!
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What’s in a DevOps’ish sponsorship
- Ads are featured natively in newsletter emails and on devopsish.com
- The native ad format guards against content blockers while maintaining the quality experience subscribers expect
- Ads go in the section they fit best for that week’s newsletter, placing ads in the best possible context.
- Brand recognition and engagement from readers across the globe
Terms and conditions apply.
A one (1) week sponsorship has a fixed fee of $250 USD. There is a firm four-week minimum for all sponsorships.
All copy and links are needed by close of business Friday to ensure it is in the newsletter.
It is highly encouraged to change copy and CTAs every week.
DevOps'ish Newsletter Stats
- Launched in December 2016
- Praised by industry leaders
- Previous sponsors include O'Reilly, Indeed, Datadog, Honeycomb, LogDNA, ThoughtWorks, WeaveWorks, and many more
- Subscribed Contacts: 5,700+
A note on privacy
DevOps'ish takes other's privacy very seriously. There is a conscious effort NOT to collect additional information about the DevOps'ish readership outside of an email address.
In general, DevOps'ish keeps as little demographic information as possible. DevOps'ish is not in the data-mining business. It's in the providing information to people business. The goal is ultimately to get data collection down to zero. Open and click rates are data I don't have or share with advertisers. DevOps'ish tries to protect its readership from all the privacy-invading hell that exists these days.
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Example Ad Note
Think of your ad in DevOps’ish as a tweet with a headline. The headline should be the call to action and where you want it linked.
A note on privacy
Please note, DevOps’ish does not track link clicks or opens to maintain the privacy of its readership. But, sponsors are free to include any campaign (UTM) parameters you’d like so you can measure ROI. You can use link shorteners if you want, but, in general, I encourage using the full URL.
How best to share ads?
How best to share ads is a frequent question I get from sponsors. I suggest sharing ads in a spreadsheet of some sort. This way, we can both access them and enabling updates to be applied asynchronously.
If that doesn’t work, then sending an email every Friday is an option. If everything needing to be shared known in advance, feel free to send that over in one email.
I’m flexible when it comes to sharing ad copy and links. Whatever works best.
Regardless of the process, all copy and links are needed by close of business Friday to ensure it is in the newsletter.
Reach out to get started
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your ad idea to get started today!