ArtDeadline.Com Publications Options
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You just submitted your announcement to the art world’s original and most read source for artist income and exhibition opportunities. Now celebrating 29 years of quality content! See your publication options below:
OPTION 1: PUBLICATION WITHIN OUR DIRECTORIES
Subscriber Websites & Directories
For Artist Calls That Do Not Require Entry Fees [Free Publication]
Opportunities that do not require an artist fee to participate are eligible for free listing within our subscriber only website, or… by posting a “We are listed with… ArtDeadline.Com” logo Link Exchange on your website event(s) page your announcement can be published within our subscription version and on our public websites simultaneously.**
For Artist Calls That Require Entry Fees [Free or $15 Publication]
If your event requires a fee for artists then a $15.00 publication fee (see pay link below), OR a Link Exchange** in lieu of the fee is required to list within our ‘subscriber version’. For subscriber version combined with full public network publication see Option 2 below.
** Copy and post the logo w/link shown above on your event(s) detail page and notify us when complete via our ‘Contact’ form (link on top navigation bar of our website) so we can proceed with publication.
OPTION 2: HIGH IMPACT ADVERTISING [ Reader Stats ]
All Directories & Worldwide Public Internet Views, Email/Print
Display across both the ‘subscriber’ and multiple ‘public’ websites and artist services, multiple email blasts and newsletters; social and syndicated art news networks; 3rd party publications, search engine submissions, institutional and educational intranets, listing monitoring, and much more…
Advertising includes all below with no add-on fees: From $40 (See Rate Card) Click here to view expanded list of services listed below:
Worldwide Public Internet: Dominant Multiple Proprietary Website Views
Subscriber Dominant Intranet Website Views
Rotating customized logo display on a number of our sites.
Rotating display under ‘Featured Opportunity’ section on all pages.
Multiple Targeted Emails & Newsletters (for Ads with 25 day+ deadline dates)
Distribution to 3rd Party Internet & Print Publications (catapults results)
Institutional and educational intranets
Artists2artists Social Network™ Displays & Promotion
Twitter™, Displays & Promotion (this alone is worth the price)
Facebook™, Displays & Promotion (this alone is worth the price)
Instagram™, Displays & Promotion (this alone is worth the price)
Search Engine Submissions
Announcement Monitoring (for updates & deadline extensions)
ArtBulletins™ Post Event Promo – Public Internet / Network Views
Formatting & Design of Announcement for Media Distribution
Same business day Publication or per preferred run dates (continuous or interval)
Internet accessible Archive of organizational news and/or profile
Free 1 Year ArtDeadline.Com Premium Subscription with 30 day+ ad placement
ArtDeadline.Com is a primary news source for major publications and organizations: Art magazines, art associations, art institutions, art school networks and newsletters, ‘artist opportunity listings services’, and other internet services and web sites. Publishing your Ad with us may result in your announcement being propagated across an international community of online and print publications.
Recent Advertisers include: MoMa, RISD, Sienna Art Institute, TATE, and many more…
CLICK HERE TO ORDER FEE BASED OPTIONS
If you are interested in intensive exposure then the above placements should meet your needs. This is likely the most highly targeted and most cost effective ad campaign you will ever find. ArtDeadline.Com truly is the art world’s source for income and exhibition opportunities.
For Option 2 Advertisers Get “An Anatomy of an Effective Artist Call”, plus 5 year artist survey results on factors that contribute to an artist decision to apply to an artist call.
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