A few years back, I was looking for places to advertise our T. S. Poetry Press titles. I researched, I contacted, I hoped, I waited.
You would not believe what happened in most cases.
Nothing at all.
The advertising departments of most of my chosen venues did not even respond with an acknowledgement. If I told you who they were, you would recognize them. So I won’t say a thing.
Of course, I was surprised and disappointed. We had excellent titles to share with the world, and there were few obvious competitively-priced ways to do that. The non-response of my chosen venues meant that we were left with slim options. Eventually, we struck out on our own and developed a rigorous, thriving community that is happy and dedicated. We love our audience of avid readers and writers, and we suspect you will too.
These days, we generate 4.3 million impressions a month across all our platforms, so instead of looking for places to advertise, we are happy to be able to offer a responsive venue to publishers, authors, universities, hotels, or any poetic type business (yes, we would consider you if you sell art, tea or chocolates).
And if you contact us, we will answer you. In a timely manner. Guaranteed. Or we owe you some chocolates.
Beyond simply answering your query, we will work with you. Expect us to ask you questions about your particular business or author needs, so we can find you the best placement for your money and your time’s worth. Yes, we actually care that you get what is best for you.
We’re extremely pleased to be able to offer you a competitively-priced venue to build your business or your professional reputation. And we know you have great expectations. So come reach with us today.
For more information on how to advertise with us, check out our Advertising Page. Or you can contact us at editor[at]tspoetry[dot]com
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