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If you want your message to be read by decision makers all over the world, you should consider advertising with AISLive.Build your presence locally, regionally and internationally. Put your message across one of the most visited sites in shipping, in a cost effective way. With an average of 8,000 visits a day, and over 5,000,000 page views per month, you will consistently reach a wide global audience.

Banner advertisement on regional maps.
The regional charts give you the opportunity to get your message across to all of the ports in the region of your choice.

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Banner advertisments on local charts.
Most users of AISLive spend the greatest amount of time on their own local chart page. A lot of our users even leave it open all day long on their desktop. At a time when we are subjected to information overload, you will only ever share your local chart with 2 other companies which ensures you get your message across.

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REMEMBER:
If you purchase the installation kit you will receive a free advertisement banner on local charts.
For further details and to find out more about the AISLive installation kit, click here

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