National Website Advertising Policy
Updated 2 October 2013
The Kodaly Music Education Institute of Australia invites interested parties to advertise KMEIA endorsed products, events and/or professional development on its website.
This endorsement needs to be sought in advance from the Institute. Initial enquiries should be addressed to the Webmaster (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For all advertising inquiries, please contact the Webmaster.
The following advertising opportunities exist:
Endorsed event/professional development listing
The listing should provide a brief description of the event with a URL to an external site for more information and registration. Enquiries and registration will not be handled by KMEIA. The listing remains displayed until the event/professional development passes.
$50 per event
Endorsed product listing
Brief description, image and URL to external site. Selling of product will not be handled by KMEIA.
$100 per year
Extra: Image highlight
An image that appears on the front page and right side column of some other pages throughout the site. The image links to a product, event or professional development listing. Image is to be supplied by advertiser. Images need to be jpg format at 276 x 192 pixels with a minimum of 96 dpi.$100 for six months
Free website advertisements are available for:
- KMEIA national and KMEIA branch events, professional development and products;
- All accredited providers advertising their AKC courses;
- International Kodaly Society (IKS) events, professional development and products; and
- National Conferences of other Australian music education associations
Please contact the Webmaster for available opportunities.
Payment for advertising will be required within 7 days of the emailed invoice.
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