Check out our various Adveritising Oppertunities below.

Catalog Ads
Banner Ads
Tile Ads

Dash Board ads
Dash Board

Pricing
Specifications
Policy

Physicians, healthcare providers and hospital employees search our catalog for deals and special offers from companies like yours. You pay a flat rate for unlimited impressions and clicks! There are various ways to advertise, find out which option is right for your business:

When providers enter the catalog to search for products and services the banner will be the first thing they see! The banner ad is on every page of the catalog. You can modify your banner up to four times per month.
First Banner option
Every minute the banner cycles through 12 ads for five seconds each. Advertisers have the ability to pay a premium for the month in order to be the first to be viewed in the series.

Your tile ad includes a short description and an image that links to your website.

Thousands of our members will be on their dashboard every day to run their business. This premium space is seen 5 seconds of every minute, of every day, by each member, while they're on the dashboaname=





Dash board: (5 second cycles/min) 3 months $10,000, 1 year $30,000

Banner General Ad: $2500 (5 seconds each)
Grand Openning Deal! Buy 3 ads receive the First Banner Position (once available)

Banner First Position (first ad seen when catalog is opened by a member): $4500 per month

Tile Ads Post: $1000 for 3 months (down from $2000 for one month)



Dashboard Ad:width: 220px, height: 134px

Banner ads: width: 220px, height: 400px

Tile Ads: width: 220px, height: 134px

Advertising Policy
Remedy Direct Ad Policy

1. All advertisements are subject to approval of Remedy Direct, which reserves the right to reject or cancel any ad at any time.

2. All advertisements are accepted and published by Remedy Direct (RD) on the warranty of the agency and advertiser that both are authorized to publish the entire contents and subject matter of the advertisement.

3. In consideration of publication of an advertisement, the advertiser and the agency, jointly and severally, agree to indemnify and hold harmless RD, its officers, agents and employees against expenses (including legal fees) and losses resulting from the publication of the contents of the advertisement, including, without limitation, claims or suits for libel, violation of privacy, copyright infringement or plagiarism.

4. RD will not be liable for any failure to publish any advertisement accepted by RD; however, RD shall use its reasonable efforts to place such advertisement in subsequent available space.

5. All advertisements must clearly and prominently identify the advertiser by trademark or signature.

6. For advertorial guidelines contact the Sales Director.

7. Any references to RD or its products or services in advertisements, promotional material or merchandising by the advertiser or agency is subject to RD’s written approval for such use.

8. All advertising contract position clauses are treated as requests. RD cannot guarantee fixed positioning.

9. RD is not responsible for incidental or consequential damage for errors in displaying or printing an ad.

10. RD may change the terms set forth herein at any time, provided that no such change applies to ads whose closing date precedes the announcement of the change.

11. RD will not be bound by any condition, printed or otherwise, appearing on any insertion order or copy instructions when such conditions conflict with the conditions set forth in this rate card.

12. In the event of nonpayment, RD reserves the right to hold advertiser and/or its advertising agency jointly and severally liable for such monies as are past due and payable to RD.

13. Proprietary names of pharmaceutical products must be accompanied by the chemical, generic or official name; the quantity of all active substances must be stated along with the recommended dosage. New ad copy and creative for pharmaceutical products should be sent to the advertising department. Please allow two weeks for clearance.

14. All advertisements must be clearly germane to the products and or services of the advertiser, no political statement, etc. see exclusions section.

15. Advertiser represents and warrants that all advertisements and pharmaceutical products they advertise are compliant with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations in the country where the advertisement will be seen. Advertisements for pharmaceutical products (including NDA products) that are subject to US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversight must comply with FDA regulations regarding advertising and promotion.

16. Any use of RD’s trademarks (including Remedy Direct and its logo design) or copyrighted material for links to and from a RD website must be approved in advance by RD. RD does not endorse or support any product or organization linked to its website, nor is RD responsible for the content of any website promoted in any advertisement appearing at a RD website.

17. All advertisements at Remedy.Direct served on article pages are served on a random basis, in rotation with Remedy Direct advertising and recruitment advertising. The random placement algorithm does not permit any commercial ad to be targeted to any specific article or any specific user or groups of users.  Advertisers have no advance knowledge of and no control over ad placement.  Neither the RD nor its publications endorse any company, product, or service.
18. Abusiveness/Vulgarity
Advertising may not, directly or by implication, be vulgar, obscene, profane, pornographic or contain nudity. Nor may advertising be threatening, abusive, harassing or hateful (racially, ethnically or otherwise) or otherwise objectionable in light of community norms and standards.
19. Alcoholic Beverages
Advertisements for hard liquor or distilled spirits (including mixed products that contain hard liquor) are subject to federal guidelines and restrictions. Advertisers may promote beer and wine, subject to federal, state and local laws, Federal Communications Commission, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines. Among other things:
•    Advertisements may not depict the actual consumption of alcoholic beverages, which includes the sound effects or visuals of drinking.
•    Advertisements may not encourage excessive consumption or the use of alcohol by minors.
•    Advertisements generally may not refer to the strength of the beer or wine.
•	Where required by law, advertisements must disclose the name and city of the brewer, producer, packer, wholesaler or reporter responsible for its broadcast.



20. American Flag
Advertisements using or depicting the American Flag should treat the flag in a dignified and appropriate manner.
21. Availability of Products and Services
Advertisements must disclose if distribution or availability of products or services is limited. For example, if your products or services are not yet available or not available in the majority of the advertising market where your ads will be run, your ad must make this limitation clear.
22. Children
Advertisements directed to children must comply with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the Self-Regulatory Guidelines for Children's Advertising of the Children’s Advertising Review Unit of the Better Business Bureau. A copy of Self-Regulatory Program for Children's Advertising may be found at http://www.caru.org/guidelines/index.aspx.
23. Claim Substantiation
Advertising claims must be substantiated (prior to running the advertisements) with valid and reliable research or support. Claim substantiation must comply with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the FTC Policy Statement Regarding Advertising Substantiation that may be found at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/guides/ad3subst.htm.
24. Comparative Advertising
Advertisements comparing products or services may not distort or exaggerate differences or otherwise create a false, deceptive or misleading impression. Comparative advertisements must comply with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the FTC Statement of Policy Regarding Comparative Advertising that may be found at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/policystmt/ad-compare.htm.
25. Contests and Sweepstakes
Absent special circumstances and approval from RD, RD does not generally accept advertisements for contests and sweepstakes.
26. Contraceptives
Advertisements for condoms or contraceptive methods and devices are subject to prior review by RD and must comply with all federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines.


27. Controversial Issues
Remedy Direct generally follows broadcaster policies, which often do not allow for the running of advertisements on controversial topics. Political advertisements are often outside the prohibition against controversial issues advertising. Any political advertisements Will Not be accepted by RD for publication.
28. Demonstrations, Dramatizations, Re-enactments and Simulations
Advertisements that incorporate Advertiser Content which includes demonstrations, dramatizations, re-enactments, simulations, tests, experiments or other technical, mechanical, electronic or chemical exhibitions, must comply with all federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines. For example, you must accurately depict the product or service involved, and you must disclose when actors are used in a re-enactment to portray actual persons.
29. Dietary and Nutritional Supplements
Advertisements related to dietary supplements must comply with federal, state and local laws, Food and Drug Administration, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (see http://www.fda.gov/Food/DietarySupplements/default.htm) and the Dietary Supplements: An Advertising Guide for Industry (see http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/business/adv/bus09.shtm).
30. Endorsements and Testimonials
Advertisements containing endorsements or testimonials must represent the honest opinions and experience of the endorser, and may not contain claims that could not be substantiated if made by the advertiser. All endorsements and testimonials must comply with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the FTC Guides Concerning Use Of Endorsements And Testimonials In Advertising that may be found at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/guides/endorse.htm.
31. Financial Advertising
Advertising for banks, funds, stocks, bonds, commodities, insurance, real estate, and other investments must disclose all material restrictions, risk factors and qualifications and must comply with federal, state and local laws, Securities and Exchange Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including, for instance, regulations promulgated by applicable professional or trade groups.
32. Firearms and Ammunition
Remedy Direct will accept advertising for firearms and/or ammunition, providing they comply with federal, state and local laws and Federal Trade Commission guidelines.


33. Food
Advertisements may not overstate or exaggerate the nutritional value of foods. Health claims, including claims of food being "nutritious" or "healthy" must be substantiated and in the context of a total diet. All food advertisements must comply with federal, state and local laws, Food and Drug Administration, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the provisions of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990, details of which can be found at http://www.fda.gov/Food/LabelingNutrition/default.htm.
34. Guarantee and Warranty Offers
Advertisers may be required to provide specific information (e.g., material terms) when using the terms "guarantee," "warranty" or similar words that signify a promise or guarantee. When making such guarantees, advertisers should generally disclose whether an advertised warranty is "full" or "limited", its duration, and any major limitations of the warranty. Advertisers should also provide information on where full details of the warranty are available.
All guarantees and warranties must comply with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines.
35. Guns
See "Firearms and Ammunition."
36. Health- and Medical-Related Product Advertising
Advertisements related to health and medical products and services (including drugs) must comply with federal, state and local laws, Food and Drug Administration, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines. The FDA and broadcasters have strict guidelines, which include, among other things.
For Prescription Drugs:
•	Advertisements must contain warning and/or side effects information;
•	The phrases "Available only by prescription" and/or "Use only as directed by your physician" generally must appear visually within the commercial.
•	Use of the product may not be depicted on-camera.
For Nonprescription Drugs and Over-the-Counter Medical Devices:
•	A prohibition against claims that the product alone will affect a cure;
•	Absent sufficient qualification or documentation, terms such as "safe," "without risk," "harmless," or terms of similar meaning may not be used;
•	Advertising appeals may not be made to children;
•	The phrase "Use only as directed" must appear visually within the advertisement.
Statements From The Medical Profession:
Generally speaking, health-related professionals may not appear in commercials for a healthcare product or service, other than promoting their own service.
37. Mail Order, Telephone, Internet, and Direct Response Advertising
All mail order, telephone, Internet and direct response advertising must comply with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission, television broadcast and other applicable guidelines, including the FTC Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule that may be found at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/buspubs/mailrule.htm. For example,
•	Any charges beyond the advertised purchase price (e.g., postage, handling, etc.) must also be disclosed.
•	The time necessary for the consumer to receive the merchandise must be reasonable. For example, if time for delivery will exceed 30 days, commercials must indicate the actual anticipated time for such delivery.
38. "New" Used In Advertising
Advertisers should only use the term "new" for a period of six months from the time a product or service is introduced.
39. Nudity/Pornography
Advertising may not, directly or by implication, be vulgar, obscene, profane, pornographic or contain nudity. Also see "Abusiveness/Vulgarity."
40. "900" Number and Other Pay-Per-Call Services
Absent special circumstances and approval from Spot Runner, Spot Runner does not accept advertisements promoting the use of "900" numbers (or other telephone exchanges such as "540") for pay-per-call services.
41. Obscenity
See "Abusiveness/Vulgarity."
42. Personal Products
Advertisements for personal products (such as feminine hygiene products, home pregnancy tests, home HIV tests, adult diapers, STD medications) must follow television network and station guidelines as well as FDA DTC guidelines etc. See Health and Medical related guidelines.




43. Premiums and Offers
Advertisers must ensure that the value of any premium is no less than stated and that any premiums offers are not unsafe or detrimental to the consumer. Among other things, the Advertiser must:
•	Provide all offer details, including rules, eligibility requirements, beginning and end dates, and requirements for fulfillment;
•	Make sure that full details are easily accessible; and
•	Give a cash refund for premium items that are returned by the consumer.
44. Prohibited Commercial Presentations and Techniques
Remedy Direct prohibits advertisements that, among other things:
•	Make claims or representations that are false or tend to deceive, mislead, or misrepresent;
•	Offer unsupported or exaggerated promises of earnings;
•	Use "subliminal perception" or other similar techniques;
•	Give unqualified safety references, if the product’s package, label or insert contains a caution, or the normal use of the product presents a possible hazard.
•	Use "Bait and Switch" tactics that promote goods or services not intended for sale but designed to lure the public into purchasing substitute goods or services; or
•	Make direct or implied use of government officials or any government body without official approval.
45. Safety
Advertisers must assure compliance with normal safety precautions (for instance, not show passengers in a motor vehicle drinking and driving, or not wearing seatbelts).
46. Solicitation of Funds
As a general matter, in recognition of broadcasters’ policies, Remedy Direct does not accept advertisements that solicit funds except in certain situations, for certain types of charities, non-profits, NGO’s, or other similar organizations and only when in compliance with any and all applicable rules and regulations governing advertising in those contexts.
47. Supers
When superimposed copy is used, it must be displayed clearly and conspicuously.
48. Tobacco/Cigarettes
Remedy Direct does not accept advertising for cigarettes, E-cigarettes or smokeless tobacco. Advertising for cigars, pipe tobacco and tobacco paraphernalia are also not accepted.




49. Recruiting Advertisments
 Recruitment ads must be nondiscriminatory and comply with all applicable laws and regulations. Ads that discriminate against applicants based on sex, age, race, religion, marital status or physical handicap will not be accepted. Non-US recruitment advertisers are required to confirm in writing that they are equal opportunity employers.
Because standards and practices are continually evolving and vary from medium to medium and from region to region, remember that it is always the Advertisors Sole responsibility to ensure that your advertisement conforms with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. These guidelines are for your information only and set forth general standards. They are by no means exhaustive and are subject to revision without notice by Remedy Direct in its sole discretion. Of course, Remedy Direct, in accordance with the Remedy Direct Terms and Conditions, has the right to reject or require revisions to Advertiser Content for any reason whatsoever, whether or not set forth expressly in these guidelines or the Remedy Direct Terms and Conditions. Remedy Direct shall not be responsible or liable for any ads’ (including any Pre-produced Ads’) compliance with federal, state and local laws, Federal Trade Commission and other governmental agency, television broadcast and other applicable rules, regulations and guidelines. Airing of your ad in no way constitutes Remedy Directs approval of your ad, your Advertiser Content, or your use of the ad.

ONLINE CANCELLATION POLICIES
Advertiser may cancel the entire Insertion Order, or any portion thereof, as follows:

Run-Of-Site Ad Programs:
On written notice to RD given 21 or more days before the start date. With cancellations inside 21 days of the start date, advertiser will be responsible for 50% of the Insertion Order amount that was reserved for delivery. After the start date of the ad, advertiser will pay a canellation fee of 50% with 30 days notice to stop add or one month fee in addition to current month should the Ad be stopped/halted immediately. 

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