Have you heard the rumor that print is dead? Not here on the East End! If you’re grieving the loss of Gourmet Magazine or Metropolitan Home, wipe away the tears, dearie, because here in the fabulous Hamptons, print is alive and kicking.
Why? Well it’s a lot easier to hide your middle behind a big glossy magazine than a smart phone. And here in the land of “do you know who I think I am”, everyone’s searching for his close up.
If you want to reach Hamptonites print’s a great way to do it. Here’s a list of where you should be seen if you’re an advertiser! If you need a great print campaign, logo, marketing plan or websiteâ€¦.you already know who to talk to. email me: lynn[at]blumenfeldandfleming[dot]com
- Hamptons Magazine. Ogle the celebutants! Look for yourself and your friends in the photos. Read the list. Drool over the accessories. It’s all there. All summer long. Hampton & Company had great success with Hamptons Magazine last year!
- HC&G. We’re so glad our friend Pamela Eldridge is now associate publisher! If you want to talk to affluent homeowners, this is where to reach them. GreenLogic, the fastest growing alternative energy company in New York got great results in this publication.
- The East Hampton Star. An institution we couldn’t live without! Everyone in East Hampton reads it. One client literally sold out of merchandise opening weekend thanks to an ad in the East Hampton Star.
- Southampton Press (and East Hampton Press). With the most editions and most readers, the Southampton Press also garners the most rewards for reporting and design. They’re also great supporters of Southampton Hospital.
- Dan’s. Weekenders love Dan’s. I sold my house 2 years ago through Dan’s classifieds (hey, we penned the line: Advertise in Dan’s and you’ll be sold!)They give awards to just about everyone for just about anything.
- Edible East End. Brian Halweil and Stephen Munchin care about local farms, farmers, and restaurants. Their beautiful publication makes our mouths water every time we pick it up. They support a lot of worthy causes out here, including Quail Hill a personal fave!
- The Independent. Whether you think piping plovers taste like chicken or you want to protect them, you have to admit Jerry DellaFemina is one funny dude.