Advertise in Footnotes
First published in 1979, Footnotes, the official newsletter of the ASA, includes current commentary on the profession, news of sociologists, ASA activities, and a variety of features, including editor profiles, International Perspectives, and the ASA Forum. Footnotes is mailed to all ASA members in the United States and Canada and is available online through the ASA website.
Published five times a year (January-March, April-June, July-August, September-October, November-December) with a circulation of 13,000, Footnotes offers both print and online advertising opportunities.
View the latest issue of Footnotes.
Fees for Print Advertisements:
(7¾ x 9½)
(7¾ x 4½)
(3 5/8 x 9½)
(3 5/8 x 4 ½)
(3 5/8 x 2)
(1 ¾ x 4 ½)
Fees for Online Advertisements:
|180 x 300 pixels||$600||Side skyscraper ad|
|180 x 150 pixels||$500||Side bar ad|
Deadlines: Print – One month prior to publication date. Online – Five days prior to publication date.
Reservations: To reserve your preferred property and dates, please complete the ASA Advertising Form and return it to email@example.com at your earliest convenience. For questions regarding available properties, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requirements: Advertisers should provide artwork in PDF format for print advertisements and a .gif or .jpg file for online ads. Animated gifs are not accepted. For online ads, include the URL to which the ad should resolve. (See current guidelines from the Interactive Advertising Bureau.) For additional requirements, please read ASA's Advertising Policy.
Classified Ads: Classified ads run in both the print and online version of the newsletter. $15 per line (approximately 35 characters per line). Three line ($45) minimum; includes typesetting. Job listings are not accepted for classified ads. Job ads should be placed on the ASA Job Bank. Send classified text and requested publication issue to email@example.com. Classified ads are due first Monday of the month prior to publication (e.g., First Monday in January for the February issue).