We help organizations tell impactful stories.
Target the region’s most diverse, professional and civically engaged individuals in Philadelphia's social impact community.
Plan your marketing strategy around an audience you trust and content you believe in.
We know how to connect with this community, with engaging editorial and clear distribution.
Uniques readers read our content monthly
in the mid-Atlantic that care about social impact and nonprofit news.
Readers that subscribe to our daily or regular emails.
Each month, our audience reads an average of two articles per visit.
Followers on social media across Twitter Instagram and Facebook.
65% of readers are nonprofit professionals.
Women make up 61% of our audience.
Mobile is responsible for 44% of traffic across our properties.
Millennials ages 18-34 make up 45% of our audience.
We work with you to decide the focus of the story or series, we create the content with the same approach as our journalism, and the content is shared with our audience in our newsletter and across social.
Align with our editorial calendar or support a special series on a topic of your choice. Your brand appears as a supporter of that series.
We offer standard display advertising that appears alongside our editorial content and in our newsletters.
Our Advertising Products
Our ebook platform provides a deep-dive lead generation opportunity for our partners.
We create specialized content, like infographics and guides that relies on our understanding of these communities.
“This process has allowed us to build connections with the community that a lot of times we didn’t always see.”
Lindsay Varner, project director for Greater Carlisle Heart & Soul
From May 2017 to March 2018 the Chamber partnered with Technically Media on a solutions journalism project with the goal of telling stories of growth and possibility from across the Commonwealth.
If you're looking for the right time to align with our editorial schedule, here's what we have planned this year.
JANUARY — Mental health
FEBRUARY — Youth leadership
MARCH — The ‘burbs
APRIL — Media literacy
MAY — The digital divide
JUNE — Immigrant leaders
JULY — The workplace
AUGUST — Racial equity
SEPTEMBER — Adult education
OCTOBER — Generocity’s 10th anniversary (!!!)
NOVEMBER — Social justice and the arts
DECEMBER — Founders