Republican Op-Ed Space Costs $7 A Word

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Media Alliance received this solicitation this morning.

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Dear Ms. Rosenberg,

My name is XX and I work for The Washington Times in Washington, D.C.  I’m reaching out to you inviting the Media Alliance to participate in the annual Constitution Day Special section which is a joint project is the of The Constitutional Sources Project and The Washington Times.

 

 

 

 

This year’s special section, publishes on September 12, focuses on the hot-button issue of Freedom of Speech.  We are developing a superb lineup of opinions written from various political perspectives on this subject.  We want your opinion and your perspective as well.  

The Washington Times’ special sections are highly readable, and are printed and distributed throughout Capitol Hill and related D.C. area offices (34,000 copies). Every article in the special section is shared widely through social media — plus they all appear online indefinitely in a unique web portal and in PDF form for easy sharing.

Participation in the Constitution Day special entitles you to write an article(s) and to advertise your organization.  Below, please find two suggested advertising packages.  The packages can be customized suiting your needs and your budget so no amount is too large or too small.  Just let us know how we can help.

Package 1:

$10,500

 Two 800-900 word Op-Ed articles including pictures and graphs (2 full-page equivalent)

–  One Full-page Four-Color ad unit

–  500,000 digital impressions driving users to content pages on the infrastructure portal and participant’s website.

–  Logo recognition in all promotional/awareness advertising for the special content effort (approximately 2,000,000 digital impressions and 4 print ads)

Package 2:

$6,500

–  One 800-900 word article including pictures and graphs (full-page equivalent)

–  One Full-page Four-Color ad unit

–  250,000 digital impressions driving users to content pages on the infrastructure portal and participant’s website.

–  Logo recognition in all promotional/awareness advertising for the special content effort (approximately 2,000,000 digital impressions and 4 print ads)

Next Steps:

–        Contact  XX to start the Op-Ed articles process.  XXXX@washingtontimes.com

–        An account executive will follow up and guide you through placing the ad and securing positioning within the section.

Best Regards,

XX

Senior Account Executive, Integrated Media Direct XX | Cell  XX

3600 New York Ave NE | Washington D.C. 20002 www.washingtontimes.com

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If anyone wants to put up some money, we’re more than happy to provide them 800-900 words on freedom of speech and the Constitution.

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