Why advertise on The 80s Server
The number of adult users of the web tripled from 2.2 million in 1994 to 6.6 million
in 1995, confirming press reports of exponential growth. Moreover, between July 1995
and January 1996, the number of commercial host computers (.com sites) grew from 1.7
million to 2.4 million.*
According to George M.C. Fisher, chairman/president/CEO/COO of the Eastman Kodak
Company, in an April 26, 1996 New York Times article, "Online actually us a way
to meet customer needs unmatched since the days of door-to-door salesmen. That's because
now it's the customer knocking on our door."
Simply put, The 80s Server is to World Wide Web advertisers what NBC's "Friends" is to
television advertisers. It delivers hard-to-reach 18-30 year-olds like no other medium.
Its content is entirely focused on the years when most of the so-called Generation X came
of age and for that audience, those were the "wonder years."
The 80s Server can tabulate the number of people who view your banner advertisement.
Because the banner message is simple, it will be easily understood and recognized by the
High Frequency Medium
The 80s Server provides the advertiser with a medium that directly reaches a specific
target audience with a high rate of frequency. Effective frequency is determined by the
number of page views in a certain period of time. Advertising on The 80s Server means
high repitition of your message which converts to high brand recognition by the target
Measureable Recall Rate
Recall can be implemented to measure your advertising's effectiveness. Because The 80s
Server has direct access to its users, it can use tracking studies to determine the levels
of exposure and effect that are being achieved by your advertising message.
Award Winning Web Site
The 80s Server has received numerous awards and recognition from web sites and printed
publications from around the world. To see a complete list of awards and recognition,
Every day, The 80s Server updates the Trivia/Games and Music section so there's always
something new and exciting to enjoy. Also, every hour, The 80s Server tracks the number
* American Demographics, July 1996