TO POTENTIAL SPONSORS: Below is an example of how we represent you to our audience. Our unique approach allows for flexibility and variety, exploiting the advantages of both the internet and physically distributed media. This page represents both our website and our primary method of distribution - CD's containing our entire catalogue distributed for free at venues catering to the audiences you want to reach.

SAMPLES: The first sample demonstrates a sponsored publication and the second sample is our standard place holder. Click on the issue and you will see our complete demonstration. This technique allows us to simultaneously advertise to both our online fans as well as anyone that has received one of our CD's as both the advertisement images and our incentives link back to a common place that is easily changed.


PROCESS: Once a person clicks the incentive link on a sponsored book, they will be taken both to the sponsors website as well as the link to the specialty item that is either offered by us or in some instances, by our sponsor. For books not currently sponsored, the audience is given an explanation of how our system works and why they should check back often.

Lastly, the distributed CD's are far from stagnant. Every year new content is added and with a mailing list exceeding 10k, we are able to distribute to new and familiar audiences, promising fresh material and new opportunities for our sponsors.


CONTACT: Please contact Stacy Moser if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss our advertising options for you in greater detail.

AUDIENCE: Our publications appeal primarily to 18-36 year olds, attracting thousands of readers through both internet and physically distributed CD's. Our goal is to make advertising as painless as possible for you and as enjoyable and captivating as possible for our audience.

Sex  %
Female 5.4
Male 28.6
Age %
18-24 25.6
25-34 14.3
35-44 19.6
45-54 14.3
55-64 8.9
65 and Older 5.7
Race %
African American (black) 3.6
Caucasian (white) 19.6
Did not answer 76.8
Education Status %
None 12.5
Student 3.6
Professional Continuing Education 7.1
Did not answer 76.8
Level of Education %
College Junior 5.4
College Graduate 12.5
Post-Graduate 5.4
Did not answer 76.8
Income %
Less than $24,999 7.1
$25,000 to $34,999 1.8
$35,000 to $49,999 3.6
$50,000 to $74,999 3.6
$75,000 to $99,999 1.8
$100,000 to $149,999 1.8
Did not answer 80.4
Hobbies (top 8)* %
Computers / Internet 17.9
Movies 14.3
Listening to Music 10.7
Board Games 8.9
Do It Yourself 8.9
Hobbies (top 8)* %
Reading 8.9
Dining 7.1
Outdoor Activities 7.1
View Pref (top 8)* %
Science fiction 19.6
Cartoons / Anime 17.9
Educational 16.1
Movies 14.3
News 12.5
Arts and Theater 10.7
Documentaries 8.9
Dramas 8.9
Listening Pref (top 8)* %
Classical 16.1
Rock 14.3
Alternative 12.5
World 8.9
Jazz 7.1
New Age 7.1
Dance 5.4
Electronic 5.4
Food Pref (top 8)* %
Beef / Steak 14.3
Italian 14.3
Asian 12.5
Burger / Hot Dogs 12.5
Deli / Sandwiches 12.5
Mexican 12.5
Pizza 12.5
Bagels / Breads 10.7
Drink Pref (top 8)* %
Coffee / Tea 17.9
Juice / Fruit Drinks 10.7
Soft Drinks 7.1
Alcoholic Beverages 5.4
Bottled Water 5.4
Milk 5.4
Sports / Energy Drinks 3.6
* Readers may select multiple preferences, resulting in percentages which do not total 100%.