Website Yearly Visits: 286,219 – Monthly Visits: 29,805
Full Age Range: 25-65
Core Target Age: 25-55
Online Subscribers : 50,000
Business owners, managers, artists, music business executives – 62%
High income and above average – 74%
63% female visitors with music and fashion interest read Pump it up magazine
42% buy or stream music
46% spend on entertainment(music, movies,concert) over $300/month
After reviewing your contents and speaking with you, we’ll create the questions. We typically forward the questions via email. You simply answer them and then forward back to us. You usually have about a week before sending the answers back.
6. Will you edit the responses?
Yes sometimes, the responses are generally edited for clarity and content before the interview is published.
7. Are interviews done with only solo singers, musicians, bands?
No. Pump it up Magazine publishes interviews with creative minds, or/and reviews.
Music | Movie | Fashion | Beauty | Books | Food | Humanitarian Awareness
8. How do you request a press release?
It’s the same as an interview. Contact us or by way of Facebook and Twitter.
9. When do you use a press release?
A press release can be created for special event announcements, like a new single, an album, or a concert tour, or the launch of new venture : Book signing, New products, new fashion brands, etc…
10. Are all requests for press releases filled?
Pump it up Magazine reserves the right to screen all requests.
11. Does an interview or a press release cost anything?
12. Where will the interview or review be published?
Interviews and press releases will be published on www.PumpitupMagazine.com They remain posted forever, or/and the printed/digital Edition
13. What about photos and videos?
We use photos that you suggest. We often use photos from the artist’s website, Twitter, or Facebook page. If you have a video on YouTube, we can also incorporate that visual into the article.
For the printed edition, we need High Resolution photos.
Upon reviewing submissions, Pump It Up Magazine reserves the rights to Accept or Deny any submission we receive. Submissions are reviewed based on its content, quality, relevance and the availability of space in the issue its being submitted to be published.
Pump It Up Magazine doesn’t provide free print copies.