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“The only one who doesn’t need to advertise is the person who has nothing to sell.”
– Elbert Hubbard
On January 1, 2010, Bruce Johnson launched ArtsandCraftsCollector.com without a single reader and since then, we’ve continued to provide collectors with the news, stories and collecting advice that they need.
Even throughout the difficult pandemic years, EVERY quarter of the years 2020 and 2021 CONSISTENTLY saw at least 15,000 sessions where online collectors chose our website to turn to. We ARE VISIBLE in the Arts and Crafts era collecting community.
But why take advantage of online advertising with ArtsandCraftsCollector.com?
We’re all about loyalty here. In the midst of 2020, we took care of our advertisers and exhibitors by reminding readers of their services during a challenging time for commerce and wrote profiles of those who could provide a service: a tradition that continues today as our Collector’s Guides and News articles feature stories about the people who are known across the country for being the best.
We let our subscribers know what news stories, events, and features we are publishing that week. Our readers look out for our blast and come to our website weekly.
We are the #1 Google listing in at least five keywords including “Shopmarks,” “Fulper Glazes,” and TOP three Google rated with 16 others like “Dirk Van Erp lamp Restoration” “Roycroft lamp” and others. Through the tireless efforts of Arts & Crafts Shopmarks 1895 – 1940 author Bruce Johnson, we have the most complete Shopmarks guide anywhere online.
With a comprehensive Shopmarks guide, a growing business listing, a list of Arts & Crafts reference books, a Travel Guide, and of course, our weekly series of News articles, Little Journeys, and Collector’s Guide articles, there are plenty of reasons for today’s collectors to come use our website.
We additionally are the first source for breaking news about the National Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn…aside from arts-craftsconference.com of course.
We are an Arts and Crafts website. We do one thing and we work hard to do it well.
When it comes to advertising, the guiding philosophy is “keep it simple.” You can place a Display Ad with us or a Business Listing…or both.
We have one size of Display Ad which is large: 400 pixels by 400 pixels. You simply create your ad to fit that size and email it to me as a JPEG or GIF file, along with your business website URL, at firstname.lastname@example.org
And the ArtsandCraftsCollector.com Display Ads rotate at random throughout the site, so you are never stuck in one location.
1-month term – $150.00
3-month term – $350.00
6-month term PLUS – $550.00
Bonus: 1 month free for a total of 7 months AND one free business listing.
12-month plan PLUS – $1,000.00
Bonus: 2 months free for a total of 14 months, 1 free business listing, 1 free article written about your business at artsandcraftscollector.com and the option of the following: a second free category in the business listing, (a $49.00 value) OR I design or re-designs your ad for you.
For a business listing, go here and fill out the form at the bottom of the page to submit your basic information. Take advantage of this 2022 rate before it increases.
**New for 2022** You can also submit photos AND links to videos about your business, which will be included. After we receive your form, I will send you a screenshot of your business listing for approval. Once all is approved and the listing is published, I will send the invoice to your email.
Furthermore, whenever you want, you can revise your Display Ad or Business Listing and send it to us for posting that same day at no additional charge.
Payment can either be with a credit card over the phone using Square or through a PayPal invoice that we will send to your email.
Kate Nixon, Publisher
Author, Columnist and Director of the National Arts & Crafts Conference at The Grove Park Inn since 1988
Mon.-Fri. 9-5pm (EST)