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What you get with IVN is ad placement on a trusted brand, and a broad readership of swing voters not found anywhere else.

 

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20,000,000 Monthly Impressions

400,000+ Facebook Fans

130,000+ Email Subscribers

 

 

52 yr – Average Age

18-24 Years

5%
5%

25-34 Years

10%
10%

35-44 Years

13%
13%

45-54 Years

15%
15%

55-64 Years

26%
26%

65+ Years

31%
31%

 

 

Our Content

The Independent Voter Network (IVN) is a new kind of news network. An online news platform for communication between independent-minded voters, public officials, civic leaders, and journalists. The Independent Voter Network is dedicated to providing political news, analysis, and opinion in an effort to elevate common conversation.

Our Readership

What you get with IVN is ad placement on a trusted brand, and a readership of swing voters not found anywhere else. In the week leading up to the 2012 election, there were over 1 million visitors to IVN each day.

35% of IVN’s online traffic comes from regular readers. This means that the readers on IVN trust our content and come back for more. And these readers span the political spectrum. What makes IVN’s readers unique is that they do not fit the typical Republican v. Democrat mold. They are open to ideas, receptive of new messages, but skeptical of traditional political media and politicians. They are the people that your friends turn to when they want an honest opinion about who to vote for or who to believe.

 

Position for in article ads will be determined by the order in which space has been purchased – the first ads to purchase space will have the higher position on the page and ads will move up the page if and when space becomes available. Ad spaces and options may not be available based on existing orders. E-mail contact@IVN.us for information regarding availability.

Delivery will begin upon receipt of payment or by invoice, at our discretion. We may treat your e-mail of an ad graphic as an insertion order. IVN.us is a project of the Foundation for Independent Voter Education, a 501(c)(3) organization, and the Independent Voter Project, a 501(c)4 organization.

Both organizations are dedicated to restoring the importance of open dialogue, engagement, and constructive compromise in our political system.


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