British Archaeology magazine provides a unique advertising opportunity to reach an audience made up of:
- Council for British Archaeology Members - some of the most dedicated archaeologists in the country
- British Archaeology subscribers - dedicated hobbyists, retired archaeologists, and budding young archaeologists both UK-wide and internationally
- Institutional subscribers - academic centres, community groups and heritage organisations who make the magazine available to their members, students and visitors
- Retail customers - discerning members of the public with an active interest in history and heritage who regularly seek out our magazine from one of the hundreds of high street stores stocking British Archaeology magazine.
Our magazine is offered as a print and digital version to suit the audience and is offered via regular subscription, retail and on-demand digital.
For more information, or to request a media pack, contact Geoff Connelly.
Advertising on the British Archaeology Website
Web adverts are hosted on our homepage for a period of two months and are displayed in sets of no more than ten on a rotation basis. The CBA website receives around 4.5 million page visits per year from more than 2 million distinct hosts in at least 120 different countries. We can provide precise information to advertisers on the number of times your advert has been viewed.
Web adverts on our website take the form of ‘clickable’ banners. Banners must be supplied by the advertiser to the following specifications:
Width: 420 pixels
Height: 54 pixels
Format: GIF, PNG or JPG
Adverts may be taken singly, on a longer-term basis, or in combination with an advert in British Archaeology magazine.
Promoting you, helping Britain's heritage
Advertising with the British Archaeology provides revenue to support the Council for British Archaeology , a charity that works to involve people in archaeology and promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment. We only allow adverts from providers of useful and appropriate archaeological services which we think will benefit our members. For all adverts - in print or online - the CBA reserves the right to refuse advertisements. A draft copy of an advert is required before final acceptance.
For more information, or to place an advert please contact Geoff Connelly.