Become a Sponsor - Advertise with Bitch!
Sponsorship with Bitch Media offers opportunities for dynamic, multi-layered relationships with a fast-growing audience of thought-leaders and engaged readers. Through Sponsorship with Bitch Media, you'll have the chance to communicate your message to 10,000 readers in Bitch magazine, to 400,000 monthly visitors online at bitchmedia.org, through 50,000 email subscribers, via robust social media audiences, including 70,000 Facebook fans and 44,000 Twitter followers, and to 3,000 monthly listeners through our podcast, Popaganda.
We perfer Sponsors rather than Advertisers because what we promote is as important to us as what we don't, and as an independent, nonprofit feminist media organization, we're selective about who we work with. Sponsors are among an exclusive group of Bitch-approved and recommended businesses, organizations, products, bands, artists and more!
We'll help you put together the right package on any budget, and we'll evaluate your campaign's success through rigorious analytics every step of the way.
We’re thrilled to help academic institutions and partner organizations reach target audiences for special events, selective programs, and more. Most recently, we assisted Lewis and Clark College with recruitment for it’s Gender Studies Symposium through email and social media, a strategic partnership that increased attendance by all measures. On the other side of the coin, we’re also able to organize robust events with your outcomes in mind. Whether you’re looking for a speaker to talk about feminism in pop culture, review media critiques, or delve into the inner-workings of an independent, nonprofit publisher, we’re happy to help. More information on speakers and what we offer can be found here.
Artists, Albums Books, and Beyond
Of course, Bitch Media is a great place to launch the latest album or spark a conversation about a new title, especially if you’re looking to reach an informed, engaged community of diverse feminists. We’re happy to help execute a strategic campaign through a sponsorship package that increases the buzz around your release date and is guaranteed to deliver in sales. Just get in touch, we can adjust packages to fit just about any budget.
If your advocacy group’s mission shares our values as a feminist media organization, we’re more than happy to partner up to get the word out about the good work you’re doing to move the conversation forward. Our readers have responded with enthusiasm to the offers of groups like CREDO Mobile, We Are Ultraviolet, Amnesty International, and others.
These partnerships have included segmented emails, social media, web advertising, and co-sponsored campaigns. In most cases, we can put together a sponsorship package that fits your budget on a tight timeline; so make sure you get in touch right away if you’re ready to take action with Bitch Media!
The list of businesses that have experienced a significant bump after partnering with Bitch Media is long and diverse. Whether you’re a sex-positive feminist shop like SheBop or you’ve got a broad range of titles to advertise like Powell’s Books, we’re happy to help craft a message that delivers maximum ROI. We’ve worked with businesses focused on environmental solutions, like Pear Energy, and startups interested in changing the way we think about feminine hygiene products, like Glad Rags and LunaPads. Whatever your goals, we can work together to create a custom package that includes opportunities to engage through email, print, web, social media, and podcast audiences.
We’re willing to work together with all kinds of organizations to create and execute robust events. Our partnership with Planned Parenthood Clackamas Willamette for both the 2013 Annual Luncheon and a recent Sexy Tuesday event resulted in thoroughly engaged audiences and increased affinity for both organizations. If you’d like more information on how Bitch Media can help improve your event, contact us at [email protected].
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