The American Nuclear Society (ANS) is the recognized credible advocate for advancing and promoting nuclear science and technology worldwide. ANS provides its members with opportunities for professional development and serves the nuclear community by creating a forum for sharing information and advancements in technology, and by engaging the public and policymakers through communication outreach. For the last 12 months, the ANS Web site has generated more than 1.6 million unique visits, corresponding to 11.4 million page/banner views.
In addition to Nuclear News and Radwaste Solutions magazines, companies can further promote their nuclear-related capabilities, employment opportunities, products and services, or conferences and events through the following electronic media offered by ANS:
The ANS Career Center is the online forum for members to post individual resumes or browse job opportunities posted by employers. As a value added benefit, we automatically post the text from all Nuclear News employment print ads for two months (included in the cost of the print ad). Alternatively, you can create and manage your own online account, which enables you to purchase a credit (each credit is good for a 31-day listing) and post your position immediately. Credits never expire—buy in bulk and save!
Note: Access to search the ANS member resume database requires pre-approval (call 708-579-8225).
Reach more than 1.8 million unique visitors who generate 13.7 million annual impressions. All banner ads are simultaneously displayed and rotated throughout nearly 15,000 public/private web pages, including the ANS home page.
Broadcast to the entire membership on the 10th of each month, this monthly E-newsletter highlights important ANS deadlines and events. For the last six months (through September 2013), the monthly averages are as follows: 11,433 sent, open rate 29.3 percent, and clicks of 12.7 percent.
Discounted rate of $731 applies if you reserve at least four biweekly slots within the calendar year.
Last updated December 23, 2013, 1:42pm CST.