• 2019 MEDIA KIT •
STRATEGIC BRANDING OPPORTUNITIES / PRINT & DIGITAL
OUR BRAND THE GOOD ISSUE
Your city. Your magazine.
MAKE IT MERRY Sweet ideas &
moments to savor
OUR 2018 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE ... and meet the
Vol. 29 No. 9 $5.95
SIX BIMONTHLY ISSUES: There’s no place like Savannah—and no one brings the city to life like Savannah magazine. Our mission is to celebrate the new and enduring voices of our city’s culture, commerce and creative community. Elegant and relevant. Authentic and fun. That’s your Savannah, and this is your magazine.
A Local Brand with Global Reach Print: With 10 issues a year under three different magazine titles, Savannah magazine, Savannah Homes and Southern Coastal Weddings offer countless ways to tailor your advertising. Email: Our free weekly newsletter reaches 7,700 opt-in subscribers.
THE GREAT INDOORS
Sit back & settle into summer
Inspired spaces & rooms that spring to life
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OPEN THE AIR GREAT Refined & rustic rooms INDOORS for fall Inspired spaces & rooms that spring to life
PLUS: THE 2018 BEST OF SAVANNAH HOMES
Love where you live PLUS:
A GUIDE TO THE 2018 BEST OF SAVANNAH’S BEST SAVANNAH NEIGHBORHOODS HOMES
THREE SAVANNAH HOMES ISSUES SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL/WINTER: Each one of our three dedicated Homes publications features
Web: Our website receives 21,000 page views per month with its shared content, searchable event calendar, resource guides and more.
29 YEARS SUPPORTING THE LOCAL ECONOMY
81 AWARDS FOR INNOVATION AND EXCELLENCE
Events: Interact with targeted demographics as a sponsor of our branded events, including Best of Savannah and issue launch release parties. Social Media: Across Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, our audience exceeds 44,000 people.
multiple home tours, as well as departments devoted to collections, gardens, antiques, makers, table settings and commercial design. Our readers also vote annually on the Best of Savannah Homes, naming the top home professionals in almost 70 categories.
2019 CALENDAR • MAR/APR •
• JAN/FEB •
THE FAMILY ISSUE Family-friendly food, style, art and fun
• M AY / J U N E •
THE STYLE ISSUE
THE FOOD ISSUE
> Best of Savannah and Best of Doctor ballots
Advertising: Women in business* Chef/caterer profiles*
Fashion, personal style and creative expression of all kinds
Top chefs, restaurants and recipes
Health: Sports medicine Advertising: School profiles* Veterinarian/pet care profiles*
Advertising: Lawyer profiles* Space close: 3/15/19 Materials due: 3/22/19
Space close: 1/11/19 Materials due: 1/17/19
Space close: 11/16/18 Materials due: 11/23/18
• J U LY / A U G •
THE LIFE ON THE WATER ISSUE
• SEPT/OCT •
THE STYLE ISSUE
Everything water and the great outdoors, back to school, plus our annual Wellness Guide Health: Wellness Supplement
THE BEST ISSUE featuring the Best of Savannah > reader’s choice ballot results
Fall fashion, shopping, personal style, plus the Best of Savannah party
MAKE IT MERRY Sweet ideas
Space close: 5/17/19 Materials due: 5/24/19
Space close: 7/19/19 Materials due: 7/26/19
• SPRING HOMES • SPRING 2018
BEST OF HOMES > Reader’s choice ballot results
THE GREAT INDOORS
Advertising: Best of Homes
Inspired spaces & rooms that spring to life
Advertising: Best of Savannah Best of Doctors
> our city’s up and coming leaders, selected by Savannah magazine
moments to savor
OUR 2018 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE Vol. 29 No. 9 $5.95
Advertising: Doctor profiles* Health Professionals profiles* Dentist profiles* Back to school
THE GOOD ISSUE featuring The New Guard
Health: Best of Doctors
• NOV/DEC •
THE GOOD ISSUE
... and meet the
Space close: 9/20/19 Materials due: 9/27/19
Sit back & settle into summer
Advertising: Real estate profiles*
Refined & rustic rooms for fall
Love where you live A GUIDE TO SAVANNAH’S BEST NEIGHBORHOODS
* Indicates special advertorial sections
Space close: 4/12/19 Materials due: 4/19/19
REAL ESTATE MARKET FEATURE > Best of Homes ballot
THE 2018 BEST OF SAVANNAH HOMES
Space close: 2/8/19 Materials due: 2/15/19
Advertising: Lookbook + Gift guide Philanthropic giving profiles* Retirement living profiles*
• FA L L / W I N T E R H O M E S •
INSPIRED OUTDOOR LIVING Advertising: Ask the home experts*
Health: Plastic surgery
• SUMMER HOMES •
Holiday traditions, great gifts and ways to give back, plus our New Guard party
Space close: 8/16/19 Materials due: 8/23/19
Target the right consumers and let us bring your message home.
EVENT PARTICIPATION AND SPONSORSHIPS = 900
SUBSCRIBERS = 4,400 NEWSSTAND = 3,300 Sold at more than 200 outlets including boutiques, grocery stores, tourist centers, Savannah Visitor Center, Savannah/HHI International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, as well as other retail outlets throughout Savannah.
Savannah magazine sponsors and/or supports many local events, including: • America’s Second Harvest Jewels and Jeans • American Traditions Competition
HOTEL AND RESORT DISTRIBUTION = 3,200
• A Town Get Down
Reaches the lucrative tourist market through in-room distribution at more than 10 resort and boutique hotels and many other upscale inns and B&Bs.
• Critz Tybee Run Fest
BUSINESS LEADERS = 2,000 Reaches CEOs, business owners, entrepreneurs and key decision-makers in the Savannah business arena.
WAITING ROOM DISTRIBUTION =700
• Downtown Design District Holiday Walk • Georgia Historical Society events • Historic Savannah Foundation events • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year
Placed at doctors’ and dentists’ offices, spas, salons and more throughout the city.
• Publix Savannah Women’s Half Marathon
• Savannah Jazz Festival
• Sponsorships, print partnerships and online opportunities • Sponsor a Savannah magazine event • Advertise on SavannahMagazine.com • Partner with us on a promotional giveaway • Sponsor our special distribution efforts
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• Savannah Music Festival • Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens • Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure • Telfair Museums events • Urban Hope events • Voice Festival
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• Ronald McDonald House Charities’ Wine, Women & Shoes and Beer, Guys & Cigars •
Other events associated with area nonprofits such as Safe Shelter, Rape Crisis, Senior Citizens Inc., March of Dimes and American Heart Association
AVERAGE READERSHIP PER ISSUE »
PASS ALONG READERSHIP »
4.4 READERS PER COPY
(National average is 3.25)
AVERAGE PRINT RUN PER ISSUE »
PAID DISTRIBUTION PER ISSUE »
OUR READERS Savannah magazine targets affluent, intelligent decision-makers who share a passion for the good life in the Coastal Empire. HOW MANY READERS?
63,800 of each issue of Savannah magazine (4.4 readers per copy) 56% keep magazine more than one month
WHO ARE THE READERS OF SAVANNAH MAGAZINE?
68% 32% 42% 95%
female male ages 35-54 attended college
OUR READERS HAVE MONEY AND SPEND MONEY! 79% 75% 57% 30% 95%
frequently purchase products or services from ads seen in Savannah magazine household income more than $75,000 household income more than $100,000 household income more than $150,000 own their own home (subscriber survey by Georgia Southern University) *From Circulation Verification Council Audit, 2016
57% $100k +
18% 100k $ k5 7 $
20% $50k - $75k
1% less than $25k 5% $25k - $50k
22% Graduate School
42% 35 - 54 yrs.
42% 55 + yrs.
5% High School
OF OUR READERS FREQUENTLY PURCHASE PRODUCTS OR SERVICES FROM ADS SEEN IN SAVANNAH MAGAZINE
32% Male 68% Female
16% 18 - 34 yrs.
OF OUR READERS HAVE A HOUSEHOLD INCOME OF MORE THAN $100,000.
PURCHASE LOCATIONS SAVANNAH AREA Barnes and Noble Bay Camera Company Blends, a Coffee Boutique C. Blue CVS Stores 15 Locations Candler Hospital Gift Shop Chu’s 3 Locations Clyde’s 2 Locations Coffee Fox Davis Produce E. Shaver, Bookseller Enmark 6 Locations Emporium at Perry Lane Hotel Follett 2 Locations Food Lion 8 Locations Fresh Market Friendship Coffee Company The Gate Jones Red & White Kroger 8 Locations La Paperie Latitude 32° Lowcountry Wallcoverings & Design Lucky’s Market Memorial Health Gift Shop Merry Times Parker’s Market Paris Market and Brocante Publix 8 Locations Quick Stop
The Rat on Bull Salt Table 2 Locations Savannah Bee Company 3 Locations Savannah Market Savannah Secret Gardens Smith Brothers Butcher Shop St. Joseph’s Hospital Gift Shop Target 2 Locations Village Walk Pharmacy Visitors Center Gift Shops Walgreens 7 Locations Whole Foods Wilkes Dining Room
OTHER GEORGIA CITIES Barnes and Noble 17 Locations BiLo 2 Locations Books-A-Million 2 Locations Clifton Super CVS Stores 9 Locations Food World 2 Locations Harris Teeter Harvey’s 2 Locations Publix 5 Locations Kroger 9 Locations Piggly Wiggly Target
BEYOND GEORGIA Barnes and Noble 14 Locations BiLo 5 Locations Chicago City News Chicago Main Newstand CVS Stores 5 Locations Food Lion 5 Locations Harris Teeter 2 Locations Kroger 2 Locations Piggly Wiggly 2 Locations Publix 13 Locations RT’s Market Target Walgreens 20 Locations
OUR SPECS 2019 Full Page
two page spread (full bleed)*
full page bleed*
one-half page horizontal
one-half page vertical
AD SUBMISSIONS Preferred format for camera-ready ad submission is a PDF. Files must be CMYK, have a resolution of 300 dpi or higher, and must have all fonts embedded. PDF documents created using the “PDF/X-1a” is strongly recommended. For bleed ads, please do not include any crop marks.
Full Page Bleed
Although we do our best to ensure color accuracy, Savannah magazine is not responsible for incorrect output of color or the color correcting of ads if a color-match proof is not provided.
EMAIL: Ads can be submitted via e-mail to the following address: email@example.com.
Magazine trim size is 9” x 10.875”. Full-page bleed size is 9.25” x 11.125”. When creating full-page bleed ads, please do not use any crop or registration marks. Ads submitted without sufficient bleed area will be reduced to fit live area.
Please use the client name in the subject line and alert your account executive when the file has been emailed.
Double Page Spread Bleed
FILE TRANSFER WEBSITES: When using a file Live area is 8.5” x 10.375.” We highly recommend that all important information (i.e. text) is kept within the live area. If text or other important information is outside the live area, we are not responsible if it is left out.
CREATIVE SERVICES Savannah magazine’s art department will provide professional and creative ad design to display advertisers at no cost. Photo images must be at least 300 dpi. We accept the following formats: .tif, .eps and .jpg. Images from the Web or embedded in a Word document will not be accepted.
transfer website (such as Dropbox or Hightail) to submit ads, a low-res pdf proof will be provided to the client to ensure that the correct file is placed in the magazine. Send DropBox files to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make the file public so that if shared amongst our team, access will be automatically granted.
For additional questions, please call 912.652.0292.
ONLINE CONTENT 240,000+
Total page views annually
970 x 250
Website views per month
728 x 90
300 x 50
Rates Premier Display Ad (Leaderboard)
Position 2, 3, 4 Display Ads (Same size as above, lower sequentially on page)
970 x 250 px 728 x 90 px 300 x 50 px
970 x 250 px 728 x 90 px 300 x 50 px
300 px wide (Home page) 1,200 px wide (Post)
$995 (open ended)
Enhanced Calendar Post (on calendar page of SavannahMagazine.com)
*All prices are base prices and are subject to change.
NEWSLETTER CONTENT NEWSLETTER
7.7k+ Newsletter Recipients
WEEKLY EVENTS NEWSLETTER
• Sponsored newsletter: $995 (600 x 1,000 pixels, 72 dpi, with the option to be camera-ready or built in-house, 100 characters of pre-header text) • Display ad on weekly newsletter: $200 (640x166, 72 dpi, with the option to be camera-ready or built in-house) • Basic sponsored calendar listing: $400 • Enhanced sponsored calendar listing: $650 (with 600x image plus text)
Ad Space 640x166
Once a week, Savannah magazine delivers an editorial-focused newsletter introducing content, events and more. With up to three ad space opportunities, our advertisers can deliver their message directly to the reader’s inbox. All materials must be submitted seven business days prior to publish date. BANNER AD » $200
Deliver your unique advertising message in our sponsored newsletter with custom imagery and text. All materials must be submitted seven business days prior to publish date. For instructions on sending production-ready files, contact your account executive. SPONSORED NEWSLETTER » $995
SOCIAL MEDIA SOCIAL MEDIA • Boosted Sponsored Facebook post: $400 • Boosted Sponsored Instagram post: $400 14.4K
As one of the fastest growing industries in the world, social media is an opportunity you can’t afford to miss. Now, you have the ability to partner with Savannah magazine and our flood of digital readership.
16k+ Instagram Followers
All Facebook branded content posts must be with businesses who have verified Facebook pages.
You have the opportunity to include a custom
15.8k+ Twitter Followers
15k+ Facebook Followers
message, photo, or a unique link to drive
traffic to your online content. 1,729
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* Refer to AP Style.
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