Looking For An Agile Sponsor

Since starting this agile blog back in 2007, I have spent countless hours writing original content and trying to help the agile community by describing some of my personal experiences of implementing agile methods such as Scrum, XP (Extreme Programming) and Lean.

The site has gained a significant following in that time (over 5,000 subscribers and many more visitors), which has been really pleasing and I regularly receive positive feedback from people all over the world that my blog has helped with their own implementation of agile.

Off the back of this blog, I also started an online agile community, which is reasonably active and is helping people to find answers to their problems from other people who have run into the same or similar problems when they were implementing agile.

But now, to be honest, I find myself at a bit of a junction.

In the last 3.5 years, running this blog has demanded a lot of my spare time. So now I think it is time that I found a Sponsor to support the site on an ongoing basis.

As you can see, I have a few advertising positions on the site, as well as a background and places in the sidebar where I can provide links to relevant organisations. If you are interested in taking any of these positions to raise the profile of your product/organisation, and to show your support for the agile community, I would obviously be very happy to hear from you.

If you’re interested in discussing this further, please email me on [email protected].

Many thanks
Kelly.

2 Responses to “Looking For An Agile Sponsor”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Kelly,

    How many unique users and page views do you get in a single day? apart from Thoughtworks, do you have any other direct advertisers?

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