Advertising with the Hysterectomy Association

Get the most out of your advertising budget by advertising your product or service with  The Hysterectomy Association

The Hysterectomy Association is widely recognised as the UK’s leading website and resource for this market sector and it provides an unrivaled opportunity for a variety of clients. Our visitor numbers continue to increase monthly and builds on an excellent level of current users.

Our stats show that we had over 95,0000 visitors visiting 280,000+ pages between them in March 2015. Over the last 12 months we have averages 111,000 visitors every month. We have over 10,000 women in our email database and over 14,000 members. The majority of our users are from the UK, are female and aged between 30 and 60.

You can choose from 1 month, 3 months, 6 months or annual advertising opportunities

1. Main website

We offer advertising in the following areas:

  • Run of main information site
  • Section of main information site
  • Single page or post

2. Directory

Our new directory is a chance to list your service for our users. Entries are added on a fixed fee basis for 12 months at a time. You can book and pay for your entry through our online shop. Click here to add your service to our directory. We will be in touch for more details when we receive your completed order.

3. Forums – horizontal banners only

We offer advertising in the following areas:

  • Run of forum – top of page
  • Run of forum – bottom of page
  • Hysterectomy section
  • HRT section
  • Menopause section
  • Sexuality section
  • Current research section
  • Monthly groups section

4. Other advertising and promotional opportunities

  • Support section of main website
  • Daily emails sent
  • Monthly newsletter
  • Education programmes
  • Sponsored or planned posts
  • Native ads

Please get in touch with us by email info@hysterectomy-association.org.uk for more information

Please Note: We reserve the right to refuse advertisements for products, services or organisations that do not compliment  our own code of ethics, quality of information or commitment to impartiality.