F.A.Q.

How long have you been in business?

As of August 2015, we have been in business 6 years.

Where are your headquarters located?

We are based out of Indianapolis, Indiana and have another location in Atlanta, Georgia.

What states are you located in?

Currently, we are located in select cities and surrounding areas of the following: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, and Tennessee.

Who runs your magazine?

Twenty4Seven Magazine’s staff is comprised of Artists/Musicians, Graphic and Clothing Designers, Photographers, Videographers, Promoters, Managers, Writers and more.

I want to purchase a spot and need a photographer. Will you provide one?

Yes, we will but only if you are able to come to us or one of our photographers is in your city.

I'm the hottest new artist out. Can I get a FREE spot?

Advertisement/Placement is NOT free. However, we do reserve the right to place people who are making noise at no charge sometimes. If you yourself have to tell us you’re hot, more than likely we haven’t heard of you.

But, I don't want an advertisement, I'm looking for an FREE interview.

Advertising/Interview/Write up= SPACE. Space is NOT free either. Refer to last question.

I manage " _________" and I want an interview with him in your magazine. He has a huge fanbase and we can help blow your magazine up.

Thanks. Refer to the “Advertising” section for pricing.

How do I submit for "Beauty of the Month"?

Send print quality (300 dpi) photos, bio, hobbies, measurements, contact, etc. to twenty4sevenmagazine@gmail.com. We recieve quite a few submissions so we can’t accept them all. Please be sure to submit your best work.

What are "300 dpi" photos?

300 dpi (dots per inch) is the resolution used for printing. Generally, your photographer will have these photos. A photographer who knows what he/she is doing will give you these as well as the internet resolution (72 dpi) after your shoot.

Can't you just get my photos off of Facebook?

Absolutely NOT. Photos placed on social networking sites generally are reduced in quality drastically. Also, internet photos are at 72 dpi (dots per inch) and will not look good printed.

Comments

No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write comment

Only registered users can comment.