Editors of the trade newspapers and magazines
are on the receiving end of promotions that includes
publicity and feature story releases and announcements.
Service Wins With
Farmington Hills, Michigan – ArtistMarket.com has unveiled a new version of their Feature-Finder service. According to CEO David Kahn; “It makes it easier and faster for editors to find cartoons, comic strips and written articles relevant to the articles and themes of their publications.”
Managing Director, Jerry Weinfuss states;
hosts about two thousand cartoons, editorial panels, caricatures, comic
strips, puzzles and written columns.
We represent the work of 136 selected artists and 11 writers. New
talents are being evaluated and added regularly.
The diversity and quantity of features residing at
ArtistMarket.com generate about 40,000 hits per week.
This site has become a popular meeting ground for many editors,
artists and lovers of cartoon humor.
Mr. Kahn states; “Our new Feature-Finder search engine automatically finds the work that relates to the keyword subjects entered by the editors. We continue to offer our ‘SASSback’ service. That’s our Search and Send Service. Editors email their requests for particular subjects and we then search both the artists’ online and archive files for the requested subject matter.”
recent sales reflect that our feature service is useful to a worldwide
market.” Ms. Katarzyna
Derenda, editor for Reflex Magazine in Gdansk Poland says: “Finding
cartoons to for the themes of our magazine was very easy and is actually
fun.” Ms. Catherine Laurent, a book editor for Editions-Didier in
Paris France, mentioned: “Selecting cartoons by the subjects of our
books has delivered wonderful images to us.”
Ted Field, Managing Editor with the chain of Liberty Group
Publishing states; “Being
that our markets are made up of small towns, ArtistMarket.com gives us a
wider variety of options for our editorial cartoons.”
To introduce this new Feature-Finder, ArtistMarket.com invites editors to visit ArtistMarket.com to select a feature of their liking and then contact ArtistMarket.com for the rights to publish it at no cost. ArtistMarket.com also welcomes your requests by phone. Just call the Media Service Manager at 248-661-8585.
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The above publicity was part of a media kit released to Editor and Publisher on 5/20/2002
Publishers' Auxiliary (Continued)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
ArtistMarket.com debuts as
ArtistMarket.com is the internet address that showcases the works of hundreds of cartoon artists, puzzle and game makers. Each of the cartoons, comic strips, political panels, and caricatures are categorized according to theme. From their computers Webmasters are given the opportunity to “TOON UP” their websites.
ArtistMarket.com is the creation of David Kahn, editor of A.D. Kahn, Inc., a syndicate established in the mid seventies to promote the works of publication cartoonists and puzzle makers. According to Mr. Kahn, “The artists represented on ArtistMarket.com are selected from thousands of submissions. They are prescreened for style and quality of art, originality, professionalism and of course humor.
Whatever work is desired, ArtistMarket.com supplies webmasters with the work via electronic means such as E-mail or FTP. They choose exactly what they want .....when they want it!
ArtistMarket.com webmaster, Alex Levit states: ”We have spent a great deal of time creating a broad based variety of topics and styles. From political panels to children’s comics, outer space to cyber space, Alimony to zebras, ArtistMarket.com has a toon for the topic of your website.”
Stephen Yatooma, marketing director for ArtistMarket.com Said:” This is truly the funniest place on the internet not only can Webmasters add eye candy to their work, but anyone can go their to get a good laugh when they need it most.”
To get a good laugh just visit http://www.artistmarket.com and enjoy the ride. To add “EYE CANDY” to a websight simply click the E-mail button and make known your desire. Arrangements can then be made to acquire a specific work or contract with them to develop and produce the work that will fulfill the projects needs.