We provide Zambia Advertising Services for businesses. If you want to advertise in Zambia and expose your business to the general public, check our quality services on our Zambia Advisor.com!
We offer advertising services for businesses, houses in Zambia, cars... the list is endless!
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Zambia Advisor is one of the top sites in Zambia offering online advertising services.
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Currently we are offering the following advertising services on our website:
The following are the banner sizes:
|Ad Type||Per Week||Per Month||Per Annum|
|Button - 120 x 120|
|Full Banner - 468 x 60|
|Skyscraper - 120 x 600|
|Skyscraper - 160 x 600||
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