Advertising on The Piano Education Page

 

by John M. Zeigler, Ph.D.
Rio Rancho, NM USA

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he Piano Education Page (PEP) is the world's oldest, largest and most honored non-commercial piano education resource. It receives many visitors each day whose interests are focused on the piano and music. As such, it can constitute a valuable resource for those who might want to market to piano teachers, musicians, parents and students. Although PEP must retain its reputation as an unbiased and authoritative resource, we have recently begun to accept ads as a means of defraying out of pocket costs for running and maintaining the site. If you would like to advertise on PEP, read on to find out how to do it.

 

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Advantages of advertising on The Piano Education Page

PEP is the world's oldest (since 1995), largest and most honored (more than 50 awards) non-profit, non-commercial piano education site. It has developed a strong reputation and familiarity among students and teachers of piano, as a result not only of its content, but its many citations in print and electronic media (over 20,000 links by other sites on the Web) by others in the field. The site records millions of hits per year and has well over a million unique visitors in a given year.

Moreover, PEP's audience is highly targeted. It is comprised of parents, students and teachers of piano from all over the world. Teachers, in particular, visit the site regularly, in part because of our policy of regular monthly upgrades. We also have many pages which are not only original to the site, but unique on the Web (e.g. our Miracle Piano FAQ). If you're trying to reach a piano or music-oriented audience, it's difficult to find a more familiar and highly respected venue than PEP.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
Page created: 12/4/09
Last updated: 01/30/15
 
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