Word Count: 125 words is an estimated maximum. Less is more.
Attachments: Readers can download attachments! Formats: Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF.
Pictures: Include at least one image (photo or logo) to go with your ad. You can submit 1-5 images for your blast. If you do not have a photo, we will insert a stock photo to go with your content (if we can find one that is suitable for your content).
Hyperlinks: Any content in your ad can be hyperlinked to an email or website. We can also insert a button that hyperlinks.
Pre-Designed Ads: Not recommended. Where an entire ad has already been designed, we are not able to hyperlink any individual content within the ad. Thus, if the ad contains an email or website address, readers will try and click on it but they will not be hyperlinked. Any hyperlinks will have to be hyperlinked by either adding a button below the ad (email or website) or by hyperlinking the entire ad which only works for web address. If you choose to submit a pre-designed ad, we only accept JPEGs (PDFs cannot be inserted as an image into an e-blast) and the ad content CANNOT contain an email address.
Submission: Blasts look best when you send us text, hyperlinks, and pictures, together with instructions. For easy submission of your content, download our submission form and email to Kristi Dorr Gilkes at email@example.com
Pikes Peak Lawyer Ad Specifications & FAQs
How often is the Pikes Peak Lawyer (PPL) distributed? The PPL is a monthly publication with 12 editions each year. June through April are digital publications and May is a special print edition. The above PPL advertising options are only available for digital.
Is the PPL printed? The PPL is an e-publication 11 months out of the year and a special print edition in May for Law Day. Therefore, ads and articles for the e-PPL can be hyperlinked!
How do I purchase an ad in the printed May PPL? Email Kristi at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on sizing, pricing, and submission dates.
Should I submit color or black & white images? Either color or B&W in high resolution.
What format should the images be? We can use JPEGs, GIFs, PNGs, and other common image formats. PDFs are usable, but the image quality will be lower.
Questions? Email Kristi at email@example.com