Written by Michelle Gayton
|1 column: 1.3125"||4 columns: 5.6"|
|2 columns: 2.75"||5 columns: 7.05"|
|3 columns: 4.18"|
minimum height: 1"
maximum height: 9.5"
Size: To determine your ad size (columns per inch), first multiply the number of columns by the number of inches deep.
8-12 issues – $60 per column inch
1-7 issues – $70 per column inch
Cost: To determine your ad cost, multiply your ad size by the price per column inch or the number of issues of you are scheduling.
|January 2015||Nov 14|
|February 2015||Dec 19|
Acceptable formats - Ads should be submitted as high resolution PDF files. Ads created in InDesign must include all postscript printer and screen fonts. We accept supporting files for graphics, logos and art in the following applications:
Note: Photos submitted should be at a resolution of 300 dpi or higher as a jpeg/tiff/eps.
Design/Production Department - The classifieds have a full-service design department to create all types of classified ads. All classified ads are designed free of charge.
Cancellations or Changes – Please contact classified department 2 months before cover date to cancel or by the 1st of each month to change to an existing ad for the next available issue.
Payment – No agency commission on classified ads. Ads must be prepaid in advance unless otherwise stipulated by contract or credit application.
Toll free: 800-842-5603
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