How to advertise with us
- Prepayment is required for new accounts.
- 1 – 2 tear sheets will be sent for each ad UPON REQUEST.
- Deadlines for advertising materials is Tuesday at noon.
- E-mail your ad to one of the ad representatives below:
- Kelly Liao: email@example.com
- Rebecca Ip: firstname.lastname@example.org
- John Liu: email@example.com
To help us to serve you better, please follow our ad specs as follow:
- PDF files must be “Press Optimized” with all images embedded, all fonts embedded, all colors in a printable color space, with correct layout properties and printer marks.
- No Pantone colors and Spot colors.
- Ad should be CMYK, black should be 100% black (C=0, M=0, Y=0, K=100%)
- If black and white ad, color file should be in Grayscale for better printing.
- Accept JPG, PDF, TIFF, EPS, AI, and PSD. PDF preferable.
- Resolution must be at least 300 dpi.
- Flash ads OK
- Web-ready ads are preferred
- If ad design services are needed by NWAW, there is a 10% additional fee
- Web ads are expected to be rotate
- All ads will appear on all pages
Banner 468×60 pixels
Block 300×250 pixels
Button (top) 125×125 pixels
Button (bottom) 125×125 pixels
Why you should advertise with us?
Reaching the Northwest’s Asian communities may be easier than you think.
Asian Pacific American communities have been called, “The market of the 21st century.” And the Pacific Northwest’s Asian Pacific American communities are among the nation’s most dynamic! Consider becoming a business partner with their preferred sources of news and information — the Northwest Asian Weekly and Seattle Chinese Post! The Northwest Asian Weekly offers readers more news and advertising than any other Asian newspaper in the region.
Our readers trust us because they know our goal is to empower the Asian Pacific American community. In 1992, the Northwest Asian Weekly raised over $40,000 for a nursing home. So far, we have raised more than $2 million for charitable organizations. And every year the Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation sponsors important training programs for our future leaders–our youth.
With a committed readership of over 200,000 online readership a month and 25,000 for print a month, the Northwest Asian Weekly can offers its readers more news and advertising than any other Asian newspaper. We pride ourselves on giving special promotional support to our business partners, including opportunities for feature articles and introductions to local community groups. Please consider our sister publication, The Seattle Chinese Post.
Your organization’s promotional and advertising goals are important to us. We’ll help you design the tools you need to reach the Pacific Northwest’s Asian/Pacific American decision makers!