Advertising

Take advantage of The Cross-Eyed Pianist’s pre-eminent position in the classical music and piano world and have access to over 6500 followers/readers worldwide across a range of social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. The Cross-Eyed Pianist enjoys high Google rankings due to very accurate tagging of posts to ensure excellent Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).

The blog has an average monthly readership of c20,000 globally and was ranked third in a recent top ten of British classical music blogs.

Advertisers include the Royal Albert Hall, Tonara, La Balie France, Tombooks, pianist Nicholas Young, flowkey and Coach House Pianos.

Selective advertising and promotion is available on this site in the form of:

Featured posts

Featured posts appear in the banner header at the top of the home screen of the site and tend to attract more site traffic due to their prominent position. All posts stream directly to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ and posts are regularly retweeted to gain maximum coverage.

1 month featured post – £150

3-month featured post – £400

6-month featured post – £600

9-month featured post – £800

12-month featured post – £1000

Featured posts can support high-quality images and sound and video files or embedded links. After the featured period has ended, posts are retained in the blog archive.

Examples of featured posts on the blog’s home page:

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Sponsored posts

Promote your concert, CD launch or other music-related event or product via a sponsored post. You supply text, pictures, links and any other information in exchange for a permanent post on this blog. You can also specify when you would like the post to be published.

Sponsored posts cost £100 each and can support high-quality images and sound and video files or embedded links.

£150 buys a sponsored post plus an additional post on the Cross-Eyed Pianist’s sister blog (Frances Wilson’s Piano Studio) which has a greater emphasis on piano study, students and piano teaching.

Please note that only events or products which are directly related to the content of this site will be considered.

For more information please Contact Me

Frances Wilson blogs on pianism, classical music and culture