National Geographic : 1908 Sep
"II se Paie de Faire de Avertissements" "s c Taht tjch xnnoncx zit 4Xa.chsn" "Es Profittabile da Fare Avertimentos" OR IN PLAIN ENGLISH "ITPAYS TO ADVERTISE" When you know positively that you bring your business before the most intelligent and financially well-to-do people in the United States, the greatest traveling and the greatest reading class we have, people who want the best and have the wherewithal to pay for it, the value of advertising inThe National Geographic Magazine must appeal to you. Every copy of The National Geographic Magazine's 40,000 monthly edition is subscribed for direct, not purchased as a ten-minute time-killer, but contracted for by the year, read from cover to cover and kept. When 40,000 copies are subscribed for it means, conservatively estimated, that the Magazine is read by at least 100,000 people every month. When 90 per cent of its subscribers preserve and bind a magazine it certainly means its value is recognized. Results and Pulling Power ?-Certainly! Read the Following: Trust Department FRED'K EICHELBERGER, TKUST OFFICER //d G ( l The National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C. Gentlemen: No doubt it will interest your Advertising De partment to know that this Company has received a number of new accounts of marked size and importance, one of them for fifteen thousand dollars, resulting directly from our advertisement in the National Geographic Magazine. /[ Very respectfully, G. Trust Officer. You, as a progressive business man, should investigate this opportunity for profit. The cost of space is trifling when the magnificent quality of the Magazine's circula tion is considered. For rates and other interesting information, write to Advertising Manager THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 6th and M Sts., Washington, D. C.