Episcopal Digital Network launches new service for authors
Authors and publishers are invited to share news about their religious and theological books and publications in the newest section to be launched on the Episcopal Digital Network, the Featured Books section.
The Episcopal Digital Network is an ad-supported media network that delivers news, information and resources to church leaders, members and general audiences through theEpiscopal News Service, Sermons That Work and Lesson Plans That Work websites.
The Featured Books section offers a free space to promote new books and publications, with the option of purchasing a featured listing on the homepages of the network websites and in the newsletters of the Episcopal News Service and Sermons That Work. The price of a one month featured listing is $199.
“We receive dozens of requests every month from authors and publishers who are seeking reviews and opportunities to promote their publications,” said Matthew Davies, interim advertising manager and an editor/reporter for the Episcopal News Service. “Many new publications deserve some sort of recognition. With this new section, we are not judging or endorsing the content; we are merely noting its existence. We hope this will provide a helpful service to our audience and publishers alike and also strike the balance we need.”
Featured books have the potential of reaching the network’s annual audience of more than 800,000 unique users.
The Featured Books section is here.
The submission form is here.
The Featured Books section complements the popular advertising opportunities across the Episcopal Digital Network, including classified listings for jobs, calls and events. These sections also offer both free and paid listings.
Jobs and Calls are here.
Events are here.
Further information about advertising across the Episcopal Digital Network is available here.
For more information contact Davies at email@example.com.
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