Why advertise with NCECA?
NCECA has a database of over 20,000 ceramic artists from around the world that you can reach all year long or target directly through our annual conference. We offer a variety of exciting marketing opportunities through our Journal, Conference/Exhibition Guide, Packet Inserts, or via E-Advertising on our website through the Monthly Newsletter and Industry Links. Review the documents below and contact us with your interests.
Promote through the NCECA Conference:
Promote year round:
Corporate Members receive Two (2) Free e-Ads in the NCECA Monthly E-Newsletter per year
Institutional Members receive One (1) Free e-Ad in the NCECA Monthly E-Newsletter per year
Gallery Members receive One (1) Free e-Ad in the NCECA Monthly E-Newsletter per year
Your “e-Ad” will link directly to your website, either your homepage or the page of your choice; just provide the URL along with your logo. We will accept requests for a specific month and reserve the right to place all ads at NCECA's sole discretion, as space permits.
E-News Logo Request Form
Need the NCECA Logo? Please download our NCECA Logo Policy Form
NCECA Industry Links:
Your Corporate or Institutional NCECA Membership offers you the opportunity to link your company or organization with NCECA members. The "live" link on the NCECA website, shows your company LOGO and a brief description of your organization. If you do not see your company LOGO on the Industry Links pages http://www.nceca.net/static/resources_industrylinks.php, please submit a company description and your LOGO as a jpeg, web dimensions (not to exceed screen size). Under 1024 x 768 RGB (not CMYK) and over 130 x 130 pixels. Email (JPG files only) to: email@example.com
If you have any further questions or marketing related inquiries, please contact us!
Disclaimer: NCECA has the right to reject ads that offer products or services inconsistent with NCECA's mission to promote and present ceramic art.
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