Minnesota Insurance Reader Profile
Minnesota Insurance was founded in 1983. More than 6,000 of Minnesota’s top insurance producers and company executives read the Minnesota Insurance magazine each month.
- We print 2,092 copies of Minnesota Insurance monthly, that are each seen by an average of 2.9 readers
- The magazine is sent to independent property-casualty agencies in the state, as well as life and health brokerages/agencies, and to insurance company executive suites in the state
- This precisely selected audience of the most productive agents and brokers as well as top company decision makers keeps your ad cost low
More than 1,000 pay $24 for a subscription. They read it. They SEE YOUR AD. It may cause them to phone you with a need. Or go to your web site. Or have a better idea of who you are the next time you phone them. Or they hear your name in a conversation.
Full Color Ad Rates
We prefer that ads be submitted as PDF files —please create PDF files using the PDF/X-1a setting. Include crop and bleed marks on all full page ads.
A minimum of 300 dpi is recommended for all color and grayscale scanned images and 1200 dpi for line art scanned images.
If you are unable to create and send a PDF file, please contact us. We work with most standard formats and will try to offer a suitable alternative.
Minnesota Insurance is published monthly
Minnesota Insurance is distributed the second week of the month
Deadline for ordering ads:
Ads must be ordered by the 15th of the month preceding publication
Ads for the June issue must be ordered by May 15
Deadline for submitting camera-ready materials:
Camera-ready art must be received by the 25th of the month preceding publication
Camera-ready material for the June issue must be received by May 25
The Minnesota Insurance magazine will be happy to write, design and typeset your ad if you do not have any existing ads. Our rates for these services are very competitive.
Inserts are accepted at the black and white rate for the space used, plus the cost of insertion. Specific charges depend on the size and configuration of the insert.