The New York Almanack provides an opportunity to reach an unique audience especially interested in history, natural history, and culture in New York State.
Why Should You Advertise?
We have the largest audience of its kind – folks within a days drive of New York. The New York Almanack gives advertisers access to a broad, online, digitally savvy community interested in history, natural history and culture. Our stories are widely shared on social media, providing additional reach to a unique audience.
Exactly How Far Will My Ad Reach?
Depending on your needs, The New York Almanck can be an opportunity to reach a unique audience, have a web presence, or to grow your audience of locals, ex-pats, regional residents, and among younger cohorts (about 30% of our audience are aged 18-35). The site has a reach of about 90,000 unique page views per month, more than 9,000 Twitter followers @NewYorkHistory and a high Google page rank, which will improve your organization’s page rank in online searches. Our page rank is such that we daily receive offers for paid links which we decline in favor of working with New York State organizations.
What Would I Advertise?
New York Alamanack is a great opportunity to advertise your big upcoming events or new programs, and year-round advertising enables you to advertise membership, seek volunteers, and promote your efforts in other ways.
Pick your next big event, book release, annual campaign, new exhibit, lecture series – and promote it with a press release and display ad for the introductory rate of $300 for the three months – more than 270,00 viewers.
What Should I Do Next?
Drop a note to John Warren at email@example.com – he can help you put together an ad, or a whole ad campaign.
OK, Sorry, No Thanks – What else can I do to help?
We have a fundraising page at Rally.org (https://rally.org/f/8DXiHQTrq84). Make a small contribution to help keep this site funded.
Marjory Allen Perez says
I am considering advertising my business on the NY history blog – historical and family research services. I am a certified genealogist and have extensive research and writing experience. Could you give me an idea of cost for a six-month contract? Thank you.
John Warren says
I’m going to respond to your request via e-mail, but for others out there with the same question, feel free to contact me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org