With The Societies Online Sponsorship and Advertising you can reach people when they are actively looking for information related to your products and services. This means you receive targeted visitors and customers.
When you buy into advertising/promotion campaigns with The Societies (the
world’s fastest growing global association for professional photographers) your
message reaches a massive UK and international audience both online and through
bi-monthly high quality print magazines.
Professional Imagemaker magazine alone with its 8000+ circulation, guaranteed direct-mailed free of charge to every member of The Societies at home and across 53 countries, boasts a total pass-on readership estimated in the tens of thousands.
Imagemaker offers professionally crafted ‘inside-track’ features with the world’s top photographers; compelling ‘how-to’ programmes across the full gamut of photo-disciplines; latest imaging product news and services, competitions and constantly updated news on the annual January Convention – the biggest show of its kind in Europe
Site targeting: Pick the exact area of the site where your ads appear.
Give your business the edge, by sponsoring pages on The Societies websites.
Market your product, service, company or web site to a highly focused and captive audience of photographic professionals.
Cost effective rates.
Your advertisement can be placed either on targeted areas of our web site or throughout the entire site.
Advertising Manager: Sam Scott-Smith, Adpoint Ltd - email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to decline advertising for your site if we feel that it presents competition to our business or contains material that we deem offensive or illegal.
2014 Societies Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 35 days to book for the 2014 Convention Wednesday 15th January 2014
Photo Quote: In the absence of a subject with which you are passionately involved, and without the excitement that drives you to grasp it and exhaust it, you may take some beautiful pictures, but not a photographic oeuvre. - Brassai