Teen Ink Directory Listing Offer
We helped you launch your unique and engaging virtual campus experience and now we can help you drive more prospective students to your site.
StudentBridge is always seeking innovative ways to increase the value of our partners’ virtual campus experiences. The traditional process of buying names and generating leads is being disrupted due to the ripple effect of the pandemic. We are offering our partners a different approach to increase traffic and generate more leads by advertising in our college directory on our newly-acquired, Teen Ink website.
Teen Ink is the leading youth-focused publication – publishing content “By Teens, For Teens”. Its website, www.teenink.com, attracts over 550,000 unique visitors a month. The College Directory is regularly one of the most visited pages, as these inquisitive and educated teenagers look for inspiration for the next steps on their education path.
StudentBridge partners will receive 50% off the standard College Directory listing rate during 2021 and will also be promoted to a “Featured Listing” receiving elevated page placement as well links directly to your StudentBridge virtual campus experiences.
In addition, the College Directory Newsletter with your listing will be sent out to 200,000 Teen Ink newsletter subscribers. Throughout the year, additional advertising opportunities will be introduced to further increase your exposure, brand awareness, and message footprint.
ABOUT TEEN INK
- Teen Ink’s mission is to inspire, encourage, and nurture the growth of teens around the world by providing a safe and free platform for young writers and artists to express their creativity and opinions
- Teen Ink is a national teen magazine, website, newsletter, and book series devoted entirely to writing, art, photos, and forums
- Launched in 1989, Teen Ink was created to address a void in the publishing world – the absence of teen published literature
- All editorial content is by teens, for teens with no adult staff writers
- We review over 60,000 submissions annually from students between the ages of 13-19 who seek to be published
- Grown to become the largest teen-centric, self-publishing site attracting smart, engaged, Generation Z students of which 90% are college-bound