Yes, we accept advertising!

We have three locations for your ads: one at the top of each page, and two along the right side.

  • The top ad is 728×90 pixels.
  • The larger right-side ad is 250×250 pixels.
  • The slightly smaller right-side ad (two blocks, one on top of the other) is 180×150 pixels.

All of these are standard Internet Advertising Bureau sizes.

We rotate up to eight ads in each spot. Ads are booked by the month. (They can be booked at any point, to start on any day, but the duration of the ad display is 30 days.)

What we charge:

  • 728×90 (top of the page) – $100
  • 250×250 (right side) – $75
  • 180×150 (two spaces, right side) – $50

If you’d like to advertise, please contact us.

Do you create ad banners?

We do not create ad banners, but we do recommend Hey, Banner Banner. Yes, we agree, it’s a silly name. But we’ve had good experiences with this online-based ad designer, and he’s very reasonable. (Last we checked, a new ad banner cost $69.) Of course, once you pay for that banner, it’s yours. We’ll happily run it, but you own it, and can use it on other Web sites.


  1. We’d like to advertise the home we are buying in Ireland (in progress now) as a vacation rental. Should we start first with your banner people? We’d like to feature at least one good photo. Thanks!

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  2. Hey folks—wasn’t sure how to spread the word that Dervish is coming all the way from Sligo, Ireland to come to Carlisle Theatre on March 9th. Any ideas how to spread the word?

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    • Dear Jeff:

      I’ve been trying to reach you and/or Denise about a new cookbook I’m writing but can’t find your email. Would you like to write a blurb for it? It’s a follow-up to Flavors of Ireland (you interviewed me about that book) titled Christmas Flavors of Ireland.

      Please let me know as soon as possible and I’ll send you the draft pdf.

      Thanks. Margaret Johnson

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  3. Dear webmaster, I want to advertise on your website,
    post article, place links at page, are ok
    we need a long-term partnet. ,
    If we could, please, contact with me thanks!

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  4. To whom it may concern,

    We are considering advertising on your site and would like more info.

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  5. The Irish American Genealogical Society of Delaware County is planning a genealogical seminar for Saturday, April 11th at the Irish Immigration Center located on Seven (7) South Cedar Lane in Upper Darby, PA. The Center is just off West Chester Pike and across the street from St. Laurence RC Church.

    This seminar is still in the planning stage and as space is limited reservations will be necessary.
    A modest fee may be necessary.

    The seminar will concentrate on the basic steps to begin a family search and will adress Censuses in the United States, The Irish Censuses of 1901 and 1911, Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland in the 1850’s and The
    Tithe Applottment Survey of the 1820’s.

    The Irish American Genealogical Society of Delaware County was founded in 2011. We do not have any officers, dues or fees and meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the Center.

    For further information contact John McDevitt at

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  6. I am new to the Philly area and do not yet know people who are willing to travel to Cape Breton , NS for the Celtic Colours Festival.
    Suggestions and help appreciated.

    Tom (845)633-4613

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  7. Hello, I was wondering if there is anywhere on your website that I could list a job posting for an Irish dance teacher? I run a community dance program in Somerton in the far northeast and we’re scrambling for a new instructor and are not sure where to look – any suggestions would be of service!

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