Advertising on the UKCraftFairs Website
UKCraftFairs is the number one craft fairs site in the UK. Visitors to the site are looking for craft related events, products and services. If you enter the term "craft fairs" into the major search engines, you will see that UKCraftFairs appear at or near the top of the organic results. We also promote the site with paid advertising.
The site has been designed to promote its members more than itself. Our aim is to let people know about you and your craft activities.
By advertising with us, you would be raising your profile with this targeted audience of your potential new customers. Your first step is to become a member, you can then list your details and contact others.
Becoming a UKCraftFairs member is quick and easy.
There are two subscription options: Quarterly at £10 or Annually at £30.
Once signed up as a member, you may find that membership is all you need to promote yourself but if you want to increase you presence on the site, you can add on a level of promotion:
If you are a part of the UK Craft Community, this site is aimed specifically at you. The site is split into five zones for Events, Exhibitors, Suppliers, Groups and Venues. If you want or need to promote yourself you can read more by clicking on one of the images below to view a PDF with an outline of the sort of page you can get. The site is being updated and added to all the time, so some of the newer features may not be listed yet.
Click on the image for a full description.
If you sell services aimed at craft people in the UK, you should list yourself in one for the following categories:
List you real world craft related magazine on the site.
In addition, people can sign up to receive the Craft Weekly email, the what's on guide to their region. All events listed on the site are automatically included.
The online advertising for craft events, sends thousands of craft people to the site.
If you run a craft group in the UK, like a club, guild, society or association list it so that you members can list themselves as members of your group.