If your company offers products or services for UX professionals, product managers, or front-end developers, sponsoring UXmatters provides an ideal way for you to reach your audience—the senior practitioners, managers, and executives who recommend and approve their purchase. UXmatters publishes only ads that are relevant to our audience. So, whether you develop software or hardware products, publish books, or organize conferences or other events for these professionals; educate those who aspire to them; or are a recruiter who places such professionals, consider sponsoring UXmatters.
If you manage a UX team and view UXmatters as an essential information resource for your team or want to let the UX community know you’re hiring, please consider sponsoring UXmatters. It’s a great way to show the UX community you really value User Experience.
Since we began publishing the magazine in November 2005, UXmatters has been one of the preeminent Web publications focusing on User Experience. While our primary audience comprises UX professionals, over time, our audience has expanded to comprehend product managers and front-end developers as well. Our columnists and authors are leading thinkers and active participants in the UX community.
We publish new articles twice a month. There are now more than a thousand articles on UXmatters, many of which are classics that still top the lists of our most popular articles. Our articles cover every aspect of User Experience—including user research, requirements definition, UX strategy, every aspect of UX design, prototyping, and usability testing—plus, a growing number of articles on topics relating to product management and front-end development.
When UXmatters launched, prominent Information Architect and Publisher of Rosenfeld Media, Lou Rosenfeld said, “UXmatters will be required reading for the entire industry.”
UXmatters offers four levels of sponsorship, at monthly, quarterly, and annual rates:
The level and time span of your organization’s sponsorship determine its precise placement on UXmatters, as well as the size of your ad.
When you sponsor UXmatters, your company’s ad appears on our home page and in the same location on all content pages on our Web site rather than rotating across different pages. And your ad links to your Web site, providing an easy and reliable way of bringing our readers to your site.
Because UXmatters offers only a limited number of sponsorships—as dictated by the limited space available for sponsors’ ads on our site—your company won’t have a hard time competing for our readers’ attention.
In fact, there is only one Champion sponsor for UXmatters at a time. Our Champion sponsor’s ad always has the top placement on our home page and content pages and the largest ad format, and it also appears at the bottom of directory pages on which other ads do not appear.
Our sponsors’ ads appear between sections on the home page and each content page. The following factors determine the order in which they appear:
Renewing a sponsorship before it expires ensures that your organization’s ad retains its placement on our site.
The ad that you submit to UXmatters must meet the following specifications:
Your organization’s sponsorship level determines the dimensions of your ad, as follows:
UXmatters reserves the right to refuse any ad that is inappropriate for our UXmatters audience or any image that does not meet our specifications.
UXmatters had 77.3K followers on Twitter, as of August 26, 2017, and so far in that month, our Tweets have gotten 42.9K impressions. Follow us @uxmatters.
As an alternative or complement to running an ad on UXmatters, we offer packages of sponsored Tweets to advertisers. UXmatters schedules all Tweets in a package at once, on receipt of payment. UXmatters offers sponsored Tweets at a discounted rate to our sponsors at all levels—Champion, Sponsor, Supporter, and Friend. Alternatively, sponsors can inquire about bundling tweets with their sponsorship, at the time they purchase it.
Here are the packages of sponsored Tweets that UXmatters offers and their prices:
As with ads, UXmatters reserves the right to refuse any Tweet that is inappropriate for our UXmatters audience or may work with you to edit its text.
We’ve learned the following about our readers from Google Analytics and our UXmatters Reader Survey.
In April 2016, site visitors were using the following operating systems:
In April 2016, site visitors were using the following Web browsers:
UXmatters has a truly international audience. In April 2016, UXmatters visitors came from 198 countries, on five continents:
The largest numbers of UXmatters visitors were in the following countries:
Our Google Analytics site statistics show that, from July 1, 2016 to July 1, 2017, UXmatters received
Figure 1 shows our Google Analytics Audience Overview for this date range.