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This Is My Joystick offers free advertising until 2012!

Posted on by Andy Corrigan

To help celebrate our recent relaunch, This Is My Joystick (TIMJ) is pleased to announce that between now and the end of the year, we are offering free advertising to all previous partners, affiliates and anyone who helped us since we opened our doors.

“It’s been a massive year for us with the relaunch. We’ve come a long way since we started the site in 2009, and with the recent relaunch we’re hoping to take the next step in our development. There have been a number of PRs, companies and websites that have helped us out greatly over the site’s short lifespan, so by offering this short spell of free advertising we’re also offering a small thanks to everyone who has supported us.” said site manager Ray Willmott.

Already on board for this scheme are Insert Coin Clothing, Crimson Alliance developer Certain Affinity, and trendy online art store Wall Art Rockers.

If your company has relevance to the services we provide, then you may still be able to qualify for this offer, simply email us to enquire.

About Andy Corrigan

Andy is the Owner, Editor in Chief and the remaining co-founder of This Is My Joystick. With a little over five years experience in contributing to several games publications, Andy helped craft the site in June 2009 and has continued to oversee its progress to this very day. Originally from the UK, Andy is an active industry freelancer (most recently for games.on.net), and is now living with his wife in Adelaide, Australia. View all posts by Andy Corrigan →

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