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Advertising on Dallas Art News

Dallas Art News wants to promote your museum, gallery, studio, art fair, restaurant or comic book store. Actually, we want to promote any business that is a good fit with art news readers.

Dallas Art News has four banner sizes that should fit any budget. All ad locations are purchased by month by location. Multiple locations can be purchased for the same size ad.

  • Leaderboard (728 x 90) $500
    Leaderboard ads are located at the top of every page below the Dallas Art News logo. There is only one Leaderboard ad position.
  • Feature (222 x 90) $300
    Feature ads are located at the top of every page to the right of the Leaderboard ad. There is only one Feature ad position.
  • Rectangle (300 x 325) $200
    Rectangle ads are located in the sidebar to the right of the content. There are two Rectangle ad positions.
  • Small (140 x 60) $100
    Small ads are located above the first Rectangle in the sidebar. There will be multiple Small ads in the same area. Small ads will rotate their position.

Banner sizes are listed in pixels. The first dimension is width and the second is height. Example, a 728 x 90 banner is 728 pixels wide by 90 pixels high.

Banner files can be up to 50 KB. Acceptable file types are GIF, JPEG and SWF. Banners subject to approval by Dallas Art News.

One month equals 30 days.

Why advertising on Dallas Art News?

Dallas Are News is a confirmed news source by Google. News posts added to our site are immediately indexed by Google for search results.

Dallas Art News traffic sources are split between search engines (56%), referring sites (23%) and direct traffic (21%). Most of our search engine traffic comes from Google, but also Yahoo and Bing. Referring sites include Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit and other art related sites and blogs.

Dallas Art News has been viewed all over the world with exceptions of Greenland and Iceland. Our main concentration of viewers comes from all over Texas (Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio and El Paso).

Dallas Art News will share web traffic results upon request.