About Engadget

Advertise with Engadget

Engadget is the most trusted consumer electronics site in the world, reaching over 10M US readers every month---early adopters and general tech consumers alike who are fascinated with how the science and culture of technology impact our every day lives.

Millions consume Engadget's written and video content online (almost half do so using only a mobile device), while thousands more attend Engadget Live, a nationwide interactive event series that lets people experience new technology like they've never seen it before.

If you want to connect with these smart, savvy, and affluent tech influencers, please email advertise@engadget.com to see how you can partner with Engadget!

Email advertise@engadget.com

• Pricing info
• Requests for proposal
• Additional advertising opportunities:
          ◦ Mobile
          ◦ Native
          ◦ Video
          ◦ Roadblocks
          ◦ Newsletters
          ◦ Content hub sponsorships
          ◦ Dear Veronica and ICYMI sponsorships
          ◦ The 2016 Back-to-School Guide
          ◦ The 2016 Holiday Gift Guide  
          ◦ Advertise internationally
          ◦ And more

CPM Ad Units and Premium Branding

• 728 x 90 leaderboard
• 300 x 250 medium rectangle
• 300 x 600 wide skyscraper
• 300 x 1050 devil ad
• Pushdown
• Digital Billboard
• Video pre-roll
• Mobile web
• Full-screen Flipboard ad and brand magazines

Sponsor an Event

Email sponsors@engadget.com to be an onsite sponsor at Engadget Live nationwide.

Engadget's Digital Reach

• 20.3M monthly global visitors
• 10.3M monthly US visitors
• 41M monthly US page views
• 55% read Engadget only on a mobile device
• 5M social media fans and followers
• 195K daily newsletter subscribers
• 2.5M monthly Flipboard readers

Engadget's Readers

• 67% are male and 33% are female
• 26% are 25-34 years old
• 35% earn $100K+ HHI
• 5x more likely to spend $2,500-5,000 on personal electronics
• 40% always upgrade to the latest gadget model right away*

comScore, September 2015, US only, desktop and mobile | Flipboard, September 2015 | * = Engadget Audience Research Study, July-August 2015
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