Thanks for your interest to partner with WiredAcademic. We’d love to work with you.
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You want: Brand visibility to high quality audiences.
We help you: Cut through the online education noise by advertising with the independent source of news and center of original thought about the industry. Our audience will include: decision makers, education leaders, investors, current students, prospective students, policy makers, intelligent citizens, and community activists.
There are many options for ad sizes, placement throughout the WiredAcademic website and in the newsletters. But we also welcome the opportunity to think beyond display ads. Let us know what you have in mind.
You want: Better education, effectively, and efficiently.
We help you: WiredAcademic is an independent journalistic enterprise, and wants to stay that way to provide high quality content for all stakeholders in the community. This is especially true for students and continuing education learners looking to navigate the sometimes murky waters of online education. Help us produce rigorous, yet consumer targeted content.
You want: To know Friend or Fraud, and where will I learn the most.
We help you: We do journalism in the interest of the public good to help you. See our principles. We work to help you and the community digest the noise around online education. We independent and our interest is to dig out the truth for you. You can join our cause with a simple donation through Paypal.
You want: Relevant, reputable, and timely content about online education.
We help you: We are seasoned journalists who have worked for Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Associated Press, Fast Company, ESPN, Christian Science Monitor, World Magazine, and others. Our bios are here. We are interested in collaboration and cross-pollination. Let us know how you’d like to partner.
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