Looking to promote your event, organisation, venue or client to a crowd of hip and arty urban adventurers in London? The Cultural Exposé are offering a number of easy and effective ways to get your name out there amongst the thousands who follow our popular arts and culture listings site. By taking out a promotional post, email and/or blurb in our weekly Weekend newsletter, you’ll connect with your right kind of market who are looking for what you offer. Also, costings are affordable and posts are created to your spec, offering a great way to develop your online profile.
What is a promotional post?
A promotional post is a concise blog post written and designed in the style of our daily recommendation posts. They also contain at least once link back to your website, using your choice of anchor text. Promotional posts are distributed across our social network and are archived on the site for at least 12 months making them searchable for months to come. They are an excellent way to promote your organisation, events or services and build up your online profile.
You can see examples of previous promotional posts here:
What is a promotional e-mail?
A promotional e-mail allows you to deliver any message of your choice directly to our reader’s inboxes. With over 1,000 people signed up to our mailing list, they are the perfect opportunity to promote new openings or promotions – and we’ll ensure e-mails are they are designed and written in a way that makes it the perfect fit for your goals. They include links and your choice of images and anchor text.
What is a promotional blurb?
A promotional blurb is a small write-up that appears in our ever popular Something For The Weekend newsletter, published on Thursdays. Ideal for those looking to promote their events or products, the promotional blurbs are a simple and cost-effective way to share your message in a newsletter our audience enjoy. You can see an example of our Something For The Weekend newsletter, just here.
Do I need to write anything?
We do all the hard work for you by producing the copy and sending it over for your approval before it is published.
Do your readers know posts or e-mails have been paid for?
In keeping in line with our editorial policy, promotional posts and e-mails are tagged with the word “sponsored” or “promotional” – but this doesn’t affect the appeal of the post as it will still get clickthroughs due to how the post is written and designed.
How much does it cost?
Pricing starts from £65 – but contact us at email@example.com for more details.
How do I sign up?
To move forward, we’d just need to know a bit more about what you would like to promote in the write up so we know the best way to angle it so our audience will engage with your offering. Simply fill out our booking form and we’ll take it from there! Here is the link: http://culture360.wufoo.eu/forms/sponsored-posts-booking-form-the-cultural-exposa/