Sponsoring an element

Sponsoring an element

The visible form of the sponsorship can be along the following lines (but if this is not what you had in mind, we may be able to work together towards your needs):
  • banner ad (468 x 60 pixels) at top of all pages for that element
  • additional small graphic button (120 x 60 pixels) on the left menu panel
  • small "advertorial" on an appropriate page for that element, 30-60 words and a small image, set in a panel on that page.
In each case, we can direct users to an appropriate page within your own site.

WebElements user profile

WebElements users are intelligent and well-educated. According to an online survey responded to by 25000 users:
  • about 65% of all users are from USA
  • about 60% of all users are under 21 (average age 24, median age 16-17)
  • about 50% of all users over 21 are degree holders
  • the overall male:female ratio of users is almost exactly 50:50 (more female in younger age groups, more male in older age groups
If you are interested in sponsoring an element, or just adding to WebElements content, please contact WebElements in the first instance.
Table 1. Table of element "popularities" relative to hydrogen = 100
ElementPopularityElementPopularityElementPopularity
actiniumholmiumrhodium
aluminium hydrogen rubidium
americium indium ruthenium
antimony iodine rutherfordium
argon iridium samarium
arsenic iron scandium
astatine krypton seaborgium
barium lanthanum selenium
berkelium lawrencium silicon
beryllium lead silver
bismuth lithium sodium
bohrium lutetium strontium
boron magnesium sulphur
bromine manganese tantalum
cadmium meitnerium technetium
caesium mendelevium tellurium
calcium mercury terbium
californium molybdenum thallium
carbon neodymium thorium
cerium neon thulium
chlorine neptunium tin
chromium nickel titanium
cobalt niobium tungsten
copper nitrogen ununbium
curium nobelium ununhexium
dubnium osmium ununnilium
dysprosium oxygen ununoctium
einsteinium palladium ununpentium
erbium phosphorus ununquadium
europium platinum ununseptium
fermium plutonium ununtrium
fluorine polonium roentgenium
francium potassium uranium
gadolinium praseodymium vanadium
gallium promethium xenon
germanium protactinium ytterbium
gold radium yttrium
hafnium radon zinc
hassium rhenium zirconium
helium    

WebElements: the periodic table on the WWW [http://www.webelements.com/]

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