Do you ever wonder how well your marketing efforts engage with your potential customers?

Premier Guitar\u2019s Ad Readership Study answers this question and more. Plus, it's included for FREE with your half-page or higher ad in PG's November Issue.


Package 1:

1/2 page ad with FREE ad research study in PG's November digital edition, app, and print edition. Reach: 246,000+  - Click here for an example

1/2 page Product Spotlight  In PG’s Online Holiday Gift Guide, feature product photos, demo videos, dealer pages and more. Reach  224,000+ Click for an example

50,000 web banner impressions on Premier Guitar.com (Four banner sizes: 728x90, 600x200, 300x250, 320x80)Click for an example

Total Reach: 520,000

Regular pricing: $2,110

Your discounted price: $1,495

Savings -- 29%

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Package 2:

1/2 page ad with FREE ad research study in PG's November digital edition, app, and print edition. Reach: 246,000+  - Click here for an example

1/2 page Product Spotlight  In PG’s Online Holiday Gift Guide, feature product photos, demo videos, dealer pages and more. Reach  224,000+ Click for an example

150,000 web banner impressions on Premier Guitar.com (Four banner sizes: 728x90, 600x200, 300x250, 320x80)Click for an example

Total Reach 620,000

Regular pricing: $2,809

Your discounted price: $1,795

Savings -- 36%

Buy it now


Package 3:

Full page ad with FREE ad research study in PG's November digital edition, app, and print edition. Reach: 246,000+  - Click here for an example

Full page Product Spotlight  In PG’s Online Holiday Gift Guide, feature product photos, demo videos, dealer pages and more. Reach  224,000+ Click for an example

200,000 web banner impressions on Premier Guitar.com (Four banner sizes: 728x90, 600x200, 300x250, 320x80)Click for an example

Total Reach 690,000

Regular pricing: $4,125

Your discounted price $2,495

Savings -- 39%

Buy it now


Questions? Contact your PG rep below for more info or flexible options.
 

Gary Ciocci
603-927-0139
gary@premierguitar.com

Jon Levy
818-994-3800
jon@premierguitar.com

Brett Petrusek
952-657-5704
brett@premierguitar.com

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