Cyber Ethiopia

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Reach a dynamic Ethiopian audience world wide & connect customers to your business.

Key facts and figures about CyberEthiopia

  • is one of the oldest ethiopian web site (online since 1996)
  • has an average of 1,5 million pageviews per month and 50 000 unique visitors per month
  • was the winner of the 2005 African Information Society Initiative
  • hosts the first ethiopic enabled and highly dynamic online forums (Warka)

Audience
An engaged and vibrant ethiopian audience worldwide

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Pricing

The cost of advertising on CyberEthiopia.com is USD 0.10 cts per each click-through.  Advertisers are guaranteed to get the number of click-throughs matching the amount paid for. In other words, for a campaign of a 100 USD, you will be guaranteed to get 100/0.1=1000 click-throughs.

CPC (cost-per-click) implies the on-line advertising model in which a click is counted when a unique visitor clicks on your banner. In other words, you as an advertiser will only pay for visitors who have clicked on your banner.

Click-through is the action of a user clicking on the advertiser’s banner. For some customers of particular needs, a different pricing scheme may be arranged.

Advertise on CyberEthiopia

Send us an email to ads@CyberEthiopia.com with your:

  • Product/Service Name and Description
  • Website
  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Email
  • Advertisement Budget

Warka
Warka ዋርካ
the Pioneering Ethiopian Discussion
Forum in Amharic



Ethiopia is the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to actively engage in political censorship of the Internet .

Since May 2006, the then top five most popular Ethiopian web sites (including CyberEthiopia) and several blogs have been blocked across the nation. The apparent objective was to prevent the dissemination of information that is critical of the regime.

Following the political protests which have swept the nation since November 2015, the regime has routinely shutdown the Internet and restricted access to Social Media (including Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Viber) and indicated its keenness to control Social Media.




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