Employment Ad Inquiry - Albuquerque Journal

Employment Ad Inquiry

Albuquerque Journal Employment Ad Submission Process

To place an employment ad, please fill in this form below to get started. A representative will contact you to provide specific details on pricing and to collect any additional information needed, as well as to confirm publication.

Features:

•  Logos can run in the ad, we accept either color or black and white logos and prefer the images to be in JPEG or PNG format. For any other format please contact our employment representative at (505) 823-4444.

•  Included with your paid employment ad is both print and online.

Cost:

Once we receive your ad information we will calculate the cost and a representative will contact you to go over the details.

Deadlines:

•  For Sun. & Mon. publication, submit ads by 3 p.m. on Friday
•  For Tues. – Sat. publication, submit ads the day before by 3 p.m.
•  Holiday deadline varies; please contact us for specific information.

All ads are subject to verification prior to publication. Ads also require approval of cost and prepayment prior to publication. If you have questions about your ads or need assistance, please call (505) 823-4444, Monday -Friday, or e-mail us

This form is for employment ads only. Please go to our marketplace to place private party ads at placead.classifiedsnm.com


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