2012 Hotel Management Media Kit

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letter from the publisher
The past few years have been
a wild ride for hoteliers,
advertisers and publishers –
and I suspect we’re all excited
by the promise of a new
year. At Hotel Management,
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As we move into 2012, we’re proud to introduce a
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aggregated content. Our IHIF Investment News Daily,
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Hotel Operations and Hotel Technology newsletters are
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We’re excited about where 2012 will take us and we
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HM, we look forward to partnering with you in 2012. I
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H O T E L M A N A G E M E N T. N E T
subscriber snapshot
total unique subscribers
(magazine + newsletters):
83,764
Total Qualified magazine subscribers:*
46,000
Demographics
Hotel/Motel/Resort Over 300 Rooms: 6,020
Chain Franchise HQ/Management Org: 5,300
Real Estate Developers: 1,483
Multiunit Hotel Owners:
14,610
Corporate & Operations Management:
38,125
*Publisher’s own data, September 2011
**Note: Hotel Management is audited by Verified Audit Circulation
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Lodging Econometrics
PKF Hospitality Research: Quarterly
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PricewaterhouseCoopers
PKF Hospitality Research:
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ALIS (Americas Lodging
Investment Summit); Hotel
Investment Forum India
International Hotel Investment
Forum (Berlin); HOTEC Operations &
Technology
Atlanta Hotel Investment Conference
American Resort &
Development Association
23-April
May
4-June
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21-March
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28-March
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This portal allows you to upload and preflight your
materials. The system will archive your materials for 30
days. If you are having difficulties with the ad portal, or
need to submit your file in a different manner, please
contact the Production Manager.
Note: You must set-up an account to submit your ad.
This registration process takes about 1 minute. There is
no software to download or install. A full user’s manual
is available here: http://adspec.questex.com
File Preparation
Refer to Questex file preparation tools:
http://adspec.questex.com
• Files must be right-reading, portrait mode, 100%
size and no rotations. Do not use RGB.
• All files and proofs must include accurate trim,
bleed and center registration marks.
• If file is created with crop and registration marks,
they must be placed 1/4” (18 pt.) offset, outside
the trim area. Files submitted with marks within
the bleed area will not be accepted.
• Files submitted through the Ad Portal that contain
marks, must be trimmed off in the portal. Click
Reposition Ad button, position file correctly within
the box, click Trim & Save.
For further production information please contact:
Janelle Heller, Production Specialist
(218) 206-2110
[email protected]
2. Hotel Management will not supply a faxed or
soft proof on client supplied files. We assume due
diligence has been taken by the client or by their
agency to preflight and proof all advertisements prior
to submission. If we detect an error before going to
press, we will make a reasonable effort to contact you
to correct and resubmit your file before publication.
3. AD PROOFS: To insure that your ad is reproduced
correctly, a SWOP-certified color proof that has been
made from the same file that you supply to us must
be provided. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of
reproduction of your ad without a SWOP proof. No
make goods will be issued on ads run without a SWOP
proof.
Shipping instructions for full page and fractional
ad proofs:
Please include the following information in your
shipment, publication name, issue date, advertiser
name, agency name and a production contact including
phone number and email address. Proofs should be
shipped flat with protective cardboard packaging.
Ship proofs to:
Hotel Management / [Insert Issue Date]
c/o RRD Donelley
1600 North Main St, Pontiac, IL 61764
Attn: Suz Jones • (816) 844-1730
Classified Questions?
Christine Anderson
Phone: (218) 206-2207
[email protected]
Junior Page
Digital Ad Specs
Tabloid Page
1/2 Junior Horizontal
1/2 Junior Vertical
728x90 Leaderboard (Global Header)
30 kb
300x250 Big Box
50 kb
160x600 Wide Skyscraper
30 kb
468x60 Full Banner
20 kb
Sponsored Content
30 kb
Digital Ad Material Submissions
1/3 Junior Vertical
1/3 Junior Square
1/4 Junior
Commission
Accredited advertising agencies receive a 15% commission provided
invoices are paid within 30 days. Production charges are not subject to
agency commission.
Maximum File Size
1. Send materials for newsletters and site
placements separately.
2. When submitting materials, use the following
naming conventions within the subject line:
a) Site placements: ADVERTISER NAME, SITE,
LIVE DATE
b) Newsletter placements: ADVERTISER NAME,
EMAIL NAME, LAUNCH DATE
3. Deadlines: Material deadlines are due as follows:
a) Site placements: Five (5) days prior to
campaign start date
b) Newsletter placements: Five (5) days prior to
campaign start date.
Late materials may not be posted on time.
4. File Formats:
a) Site placements: .gif, .jpg, .png, Flash and other
rich mediaformats
b) Newsletter placements: .gif, .jpg, .png formats
H O T E L M A N A G E M E N T. N E T
5. Animation: No limits on animation loops. Creative
that is considered annoying or hampers the user
experience (i.e. - big bright, flashing colors) will not
be accepted.
6. Rich Media (Site Placements Only): Flash,
Dhtml, Java, third party tags, streaming video,
Enliven, image maps. Please call if the rich media
you are using is not listed. THE CLICK URL MUST
BE RECEIVED SEPARATELY FROM THE SWF FILE.
PLEASE DO NOT EMBED THE CLICK IN THE CODE.
Third-party ad tags are accepted. The click URL
must be received separately from any third-party
tag, even if it’s embedded in the code.
Send digital ad materials to Belkis Carrasco,
[email protected] and cc your account
representative.
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C O N TAC T U S TO D AY
H O T E L M A N A G E M E N T. N E T
ADVERTISING
ASIA
EDITORIAL
Amy Coronato Osborn
Group Publisher/
Director of Business
Development, West Coast
(714) 338-6731
[email protected]
Daniel Chan
Account Manager (Asia Pacific)
+852 2589 1306
[email protected]
Ruthanne Terrero
Vice President/Editorial
Director
(212) 895-8423
[email protected]
Brian Levine
Associate Publisher/
Director of Business
Development, East Coast
(212) 895-8285
[email protected]
Liz Tuke
Director of Business
Development, Canada and
Midwest
(847) 906-4390
[email protected]
EVENT SPONSORSHIPS
Stacy Silver
Executive Director of Business
Development & Sales for
Hospitality Events
(954) 306-0747
[email protected]
Stephanie Ricca
Editor in Chief
(216) 706-3791
[email protected]
David Eisen
Managing Editor
(212) 895-8436
[email protected]
Andrew Sheivachman
Associate Editor
(212) 895-8447
[email protected]
Elliott Ness
Associate Editor
(212) 895-8288
[email protected]
Questex Hospitality Group: Hotel Management is part of the Questex Hospitality Group, a
collection of world-class events, industry-leading publications, interactive online solutions and lead
generation tools. The Questex Hospitality Group connects buyers and sellers on multiple media
platforms throughout the hospitality design, development and management processes.
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