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I post a calendar for a non-profit and one of the members would like to have ads for ONLY his company appear on this calendar. So I understand I would need to upgrade to a premium account to eliminate ads, but I don't know how I would incorporate his ads. He is also interested on advertising information/rates to advertise on similar local calendars. Please help. Thank you, Jill
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You can paste your own HTML into the event title, footer, event description, common event description fields.

I am not sure what size sponsor ads you want to include, so I can't say much more at this point other than there are plenty of places to include your own ad html on your calendar.
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Thanks. To make sure I understand, you are suggesting I post this sponsor's ads as events?
Also, this sponsor would like to have ads on other calendars with similar visitors. He wants to be in the ad rotation of those calendars who do not pay for the premium service (no ads). How does he go about doing that?
Thank you!
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That's one way. I was thinking more of custom HTML for their ads in the calendar header or footer though.

If he wants to be in the other non-premium ad calendars, he would have to sign up for Google AdWords and target localendar from there. We currently serve all our ads via Google.
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Thanks, Marc. I appreciate your response.
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