is the most effective place we've ever advertised. Not only do
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of calls, but more inquiries from SageWoman result in sales
than from any
other venue. This speaks of the feeling of trust that readers
feel about SageWoman,
and this carries over to the advertisers as well.
You've succeeded in creating
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"SageWoman is a rock-solid part of our marketing
efforts. We can always
tell when a new issue hits the streets, as our phone
starts ringing and the
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- Pete Kowalzik, Sacred Source.
"During the first few
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visitors to my store, hundreds
at a time. Your magazine really reaches
people in a special place.".
Wendy Stevens, Garden Plum Enterprises
"We have received excellent
results by advertising our line in SageWoman.
Your readers are quite responsive
and wonderful to work with."
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love SageWoman. Not only do my ads there work, but the customers who
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- Robin Posin, For the Little Ones
SageWoman is the leading magazine of women's spirituality in the United
States. Each quarterly issue is organized around a single theme, which forms the
focus of the feature section of the magazine. The thematic nature of each issue
is supplemented by an ongoing series of multi-part seasonal articles, and by our
ten regular columnists, including such noted writers as Carol Christ, DeAnna Alba,
and Diana Paxson. Our readers are primarily female; including women from a wide
variety of spiritual paths including Wiccan/Pagan, Jewish, and Christian, among
others. Our primary focus is Goddess spirituality; our readers appreciate the
magazine for its visual beauty, down-to-earth, personal narratives, and in-depth
coverage of all things relating to the Goddess.
SageWoman prints 23,000 copies per issue and is distributed
through 20 regional (US) and international distributors. Approximately 16,000
copies are placed in feminist bookstores, independent and chain bookstores, health
food, New Age, and Pagan bookstores in the United States and Canada. Our international
distribution outside North America is currently small, but growing rapidly. SageWoman
averages a net 65% sell through, one of the highest in the magazine industry,
in spite of its premium cover price of $7.50 US. In addition to newsstand sales,
SageWoman's subscriber base currently stands at over 4,500 paid subscriptions.
Net sales of each issue total over 13,000 copies, yielding an average of 26,000
dedicated readers per issue. Our readers also purchase over 2,500 back issues
per year, and most keep their issues for one year or more, ensuring long-life
to your advertisements.
SageWoman readers are educated, active women interested in
feminist, Goddess-oriented, Pagan and New Age services and products. Reader's
surveys revealed that our readers are 98% female, 90% have a college degree and
they purchase an average of a dozen books on Goddess oriented subjects every year.
Their interests include archaeology, mythology, Goddess lore, tarot, astrology,
herbs and magick. They frequently buy on the Internet or via mail order to obtain
good and services such as books, herbs, music, ritual products (candles, incense,
etc.), artwork, statues, jewelry, clothing, rattles, drums and publications.They
attend feminist, Pagan, Goddess-related, and New Age workshops, retreats, events,
overseas trips and attend Goddess-oriented colleges and graduate schools. SageWoman's
subscriber list is confidential and is not sold, rented, or shared.
SageWoman Classified Ads
$1.50 per word, 20 word minimum. 20% discount on prepaid classified ads running
4 issues or more. Classifications may include: Books and Publications, Business
Opportunity, Events and Learning, Goddess Goods, Herbs and Healing, Music and
Video, Services, Tours and Travel. Additional classifications may be available;
contact us if you have a category in mind.
A complete media kit can be found
at www.bbimedia.com which
can be viewed, downloaded and printed.. The kit includes editorial overview of
SageWoman, PanGaia, and newWitch, reader demographics, ad specifications, rates
and contract forms for display and classified ads. Advertising questions and ad submissions should
be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by
calling Anne at 888-724-3966.
here to see the upcoming SageWoman themes. For latest deadlines, contact Anne.