Digital (Online) Advertisements

  • Friday, July 10, 2020
  • Thursday, October 01, 2020

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:

Register

WHA Website Advertisements:
Reserve space on the WHA website to display your web banner! Our website receives more than 10,000 hits in the months leading up to the annual conference and we would love to have your organization, authors, students, fellows, or faculty receive additional attention through this option. Ads will be placed on the registration, program, teacher and student resources pages.

Ad Specs:
All digital web banners must be 450 X 100 px. Submit ads (with/without linked images) in high res (300 dpi+) PDF files to wha@westernhistory.org

Digital Ad Prices:
3 Months: $200
6 Months: $375
12 Months: $800

Social Media Blasts:
Contact us now to reserve a spot on one of our popular social media platforms. We will post (and pin!) your message on Twitter, Facebook, Instragram, or all three!

Ad Specs:
All images provided must meet the following dimensions:
Facebook: 1080 x 1080 PX
Instagram: 1080 x 1080 PX
Twitter: 1024 x 512 PX

Submit ads in high res JPEG or PNG files to wha@westernhistory.org

Social Media Ad Prices:
1 Platform Post: $25
2 Platform Post $45
3 Platform Post: $75
3 Platform Post and 1 Week Pin: $100

Conference App Push Notifications:
The virtual conference platform offers many added benefits, one of which is increased methods of communication with attendees. Our software provider, Attendify, offers the option to send out push notifications to all users of our hybrid app/website software. With this you can include a short message and links to content.

Ad Specs:
Text must not exceed 145 characters, including spaces. Submit desired messages when you complete your reservation.

Digital Ad Prices:
$50 per notification (limit 3 per person)



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Lawrence, KS 66045  

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The WHA is located in the Department of History at the University of Kansas. The WHA is grateful to KU's History Department and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for their generous support!