Advertising Information offers a wide range of sponsorship opportunities to engage our premium audience with your brand. If you would like to advertise on our website with a display ad or sponsored post, co-host or sponsor an event with us, advertise on our newsletter, promote a product that our readers may like, or work with us in any other capacity, we would like to hear from you.


For pricing and additional information, please email us at or give us a call at 888-744-8854.


Banner Ad Dimensions:

  • We currently have two banner sizes available. 190X190 Square Button and 160X600 Skyscraper

Alexa Rankings of DentedEgo:

  •'s three-month global Alexa traffic rank is 306,709.
  • Roughly 19% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only), and the site is relatively popular among users in the city of San Diego and USA.



Look and Feel of Advertisements:

  • Ads must have a distinct border to clearly identify where the page ends, and ad begins.
  • The advertiser must be clearly identified in the ad unit.
  • Ads must follow proper grammar conventions.

Accuracy of Information:

  • Ads must comply with all applicable;"" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">"" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">"</a>" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">" target="_blank">FTC guidelines and other applicable laws, rules and regulations (including without limitation industry-endorsed, self-regulatory principles or guidelines).
  • If containing free offers and discounts, ads must disclose within the ad all material terms and conditions relating to the free offer or special discount and provide within the ad simple access to all the detailed information pertaining to the method of qualifying for the free offer.
  • Ads must not contain or imply inaccurate or unpermitted affiliation or endorsement, including but not limited to any affiliation with a DentedEgo site.
  • Weight Loss or other Health Related Ads may only include FDA approved claims of efficacy for a Weight Loss Ad that states "I lost x pounds". It must contain a disclaimer such as "results not typical; individual results may vary".
  • Ads must not be deceptive, misleading, or unfair or promote false or misleading claims or include any information that you know is false or misleading. For example, no deceptive pricing, no "bait and switch" advertising, no claim that "everyone wins" and no implication that the mere act of clicking a button is sufficient to win or suggests the user was specially selected to receive a prize.
  • Ads must not use superlatives relating to products or services that may be misleading, confusing or unsubstantiated. Ads may use general terms that a consumer understands are advertising "puffery" and not scientifically proven fact (e.g., "best in the world" or "hardest hitting rock band").
  • Ads must not inaccurately state or imply approval or endorsement by any government or quasi-government entity.