Sharpologist.com was developed as an evolutionary step from mantic59’s YouTube shaving videos and original blog. The “shave tutor” videos, as they are known, have become the seminal “how to shave” videos, with over 8.5 million views and almost 30,000 YouTube subscribers.
Sharpologist.com launched in October, 2011 with the help of a digital media company with almost 20 years of online publishing experience.
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The rates above are for single-month, single-location campaigns: longer term and/or multi-location campaigns enjoy significant discounts. Several easy-to-understand advertising “packages” are available, please ask for details. Sophisticated ad software is used that can target the best demographics for you (for a small surcharge). Animated displays are possible although Flash files are discouraged because of their security flaws.
Paid/Sponsored “advertorial” posts (including giveaways): $500 (minimum). We normally discourage these types of posts because they can be abused but will consider them on a case-by-case basis. A “sponsored” identification and payment in advance is required.
Opportunities for sponsored videos and social media campaigns are available. Inquire for details.
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Sharpologist’s target audience is men of all ages who are interested in grooming and style (and ready to buy product!). Traditional shaving is a particular emphasis, though other aspects of grooming, style and gadgets are represented, as well.
- Pageviews: approximately 250,000/month
- Males 92%, females 8%
Predominant visitor countries:
- USA: 62%
- UK: 8%
- Canada: 6%
- Australia: 3%
- India: 2%
- 18-24: 15%
- 25-34: 35%
- 35-44: 18%
- 45-54: 16%
- 55-64: 10%
- 65+: 6%
The “mantic59” videos and Sharpologist have been referenced by a number of digital and print mass media, including:
- Money magazine
- The List (syndicated television)
- The Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel
- Florida Today
- New Zealand Herald