We're picky about advertising. We won't put up an ad unless we have used the merchant or we know it's relationship to the Star Wars community.
Unlike many Star Wars sites, we don't share or sell your e-mail address or otherwise entice you to give away your personal information — such as "liking" a brand on Facebook or "following" them on Twitter. We believe that crosses the line and we vow to never follow that trend. Instead, we just provide unobtrusive, relevant affiliate links.
Here at The Boba Fett Fan Club, we care about appropriate and helpful ads because we trust and value your visit to the site and we see it as providing value to the fan site community.
We believe in sharing some of our actual analytics, both for prospective advertisers and curious readers.
Avg. Annual (5/29/2015 – 5/29/2016)
62% bounce rate
|Location||63% U.S. visitors
8.2% United Kingdom
Note: Mexico also ranks very highly on our Facebook page, above the U.K.
Note: 61% accuracy, but similar stats via Facebook Insights
|Age||28.6% 18–24 years old
31.4% 25–34 years old
30% 35–44 years old
Note: 24% / 26% / 27% on Facebook
Here is a breakdown of our affiliates and advertisers that we currently run.
|Industry||Advertiser||Why We Chose Them|
|TOYS||Entertainment Earth has Boba Fett and Mandalorian exclusives, along with great prices, sales, frequently free shipping, and great customer support.|
|Sideshow Collectibles makes premium, unique Boba Fett statues. They are hand-crafted with great artistry and often very limited edition, sometimes costing thousands of dollars.|
|We also experiment with rare collectibles that frequently find themself for sale on the largest auction site, eBay. When and where appropriate, we link to specific search results, where you can review each seller and decide whether or not to bid.|
|Things From Another World (TFAW) is go-to shop for the latest Star Wars comics by Dark Horse, the publisher who brought Boba Fett out of the Sarlacc once and for all.|
|Super Hero Stuff is a boutique toy store that often has rare and/or imported Boba Fett toys that are hard to find on the second-hand market. By pointing to a quality store rather than eBay, fans can enjoy an easier checkout experience.|
|The classic company LEGO has made nearly a dozen Boba Fett products. Connecting with the manufacturer provides an obvious option for fans to pick up the latest set.|
|BOOKS||Boba Fett appears in hundreds of books, guidebooks, and magazines. Along with pre-orders, Amazon has superb inventory and competitive pricing on books new and old, as well as a way for independent sellers to work with them, offering more vintage and rare items.|
|Chronicle Books and Random House both publish high-quality books that frequently feature Boba Fett. Linking directly to the publisher gives peace of mind to buyers.|
|Forbidden Planet, a U.K.-based shop, sells several Boba Fett items, including an exclusive comic book cover that's quite popular.|
|MEDIA||Angry Birds Star Wars — versions one and two — are wildly popular games for iOS, available via iTunes. Both include Boba and Jango Fett. We connect up with the Apple Store.|
|Boba Fett has appeared in countless video games. Gamespot provides a storefront for new and used games across all kinds of platforms, along with regular sales.|
|APPAREL||TeePublic / Busted Tees, Hot Topic, Spirit Halloween, HalloweenCostumes.com, and Spencer's each has unique and often exclusive Boba Fett and Star Wars merchandise which fans seek out year round.|
For banner ads, we run three ad units. We host all of the image assets on our CDN in order to provide the utmost control of what appears on this site at all times. We track impressions and click-throughs. And we can control an ad to be exclusive in one or all positions on any given timeframe. See below for image dimension and text character constraints.
We're not looking to run just any ad. We're also volunteering to run this site for the fans. With this great and lasting hobby, here are some our options for one month of rotating and/or static placement: