Access to Notes Sui can be provided in a number of different ways. Different Licenses come with different levels of advertising.

Individual License

Individual Licenses are paid for by advertisements on the YourList page.

Institutional License

Institional license for services to be hosted at Notes Sui will be avaliable from the begining of 2017. These licenses will based upon yearly use.

Sponsored License

A sponsored license for services to be hosted at Notes Sui can be made avaliable today. The Sponsor marketing material is limited to an images covering no more than 400 pixels by 250 pixels.

Locally Hosted License

A license for services to be hosted locally are now available at £2000 per anum per 1000 users.

During the Beta Trial of Notes Sui you are being offered FREE use of Note Sui for six months. You can extend the period to the end of 2017 or up to a further 6 months be providing feedback about Notes Sui.
No license is required for 2017 provided you provide a reasonable amount of feedback (300-500 words over 6 months). The feedback does have to be all positive but it should be constructive critism of Notes Sui.

The details of the terms and conditions can be found by clicking here or at the bottom of the page.


Notes Sui is aimed to be used by 18-25 year old of mixed races and cultures, studing at undergraduate and post graduate levels. The secondary market are University Lecturers.


Adverts are limited in size to no more than 400 pixels by 200 pixels. The advertisement can include animation and audio content. All adverts must be vetted by Notes Sui staff with confirmation in writting before inclusion. Notes Sui is considered a culturally aware, non-political, family site and no polictial, racist, or sexually explict, or lude advertising will be allowed.


All advertising must comply with the Marketing and Advertising laws of the United Kingdom (Click here for an overview).

There are 2 advertising codes of practice that describe how businesses should advertise.

They cover all kinds of promotional communications, depending where the advert or promotion will appear.

Non-broadcast media

The CAP non-broadcast code has rules that cover non-broadcast advertising (eg print, online), sales promotion and direct marketing (eg telesales and email).

The code specifies standards for accuracy and honesty that businesses must stick to, including specific conditions, eg:

  • advertising to children
  • causing offence
  • political advertising

Broadcast media (eg TV, radio)

You must follow the CAP broadcast code, which covers issues including taste, decency and product placement.

As well as setting standards about accuracy and honesty businesses must stick to, they also have rules about things like scheduling.

General broadcasting rules

You also need to follow rules about taste, decency, product placement etc that apply to all broadcasting. These are called ‘broadcast codes’. Find out more about them on the Ofcom website.