Our Mapmakers For Hire (MFH) page is the one-stop shop for art buyers looking for illustrators who draw maps!
MFH Full Promotion: $200 (SOLD OUT)
• 1 Ad placement on our MFH page
• 1 Ad placement for 2 weeks on the TDAT home page
• 1 Ad placement on our Instagram feed (25K followers)
• 1 Ad placement on our Facebook page (25K followers)
• 1 Ad placement on our Pinterest page (1.5K followers)
• 1 Ad placement in a weekly TDAT Newsletter (14K subscribers)
• 1 Ad placement in 2 MFH Newsletters (600+ art directors)
***** To be considered, email Nate a link to your map examples. The examples must be on your website, do not send attachments.
Upon payment, please create a 600x600 pixel JPG "badge" to represent yourself on the Mapmakers For Hire page. Email it to Nate along with the URL to which your "badge" should link. Check out the current Mapmakers For Hire page to see what other illustrators have done!
Thanks for supporting and advertising your freelance business on TDAT. 100% of the money we receive helps pay the operating expenses of this site.
Read what other illustrators are saying!
Advertising on Mapmakers For Hire has really paid off for me! It's definitely exposed my work to new and different types of clients then I've had in the past. I'm also pleased to say that a lot of these clients have hired me more than once! Jessica McGuirl
Because I advertised on Mapmakers For Hire, my work was seen by some of my now best clients. I've had the incredible opportunity to work on multiple puzzles, greeting cards, and licensed art prints over the past couple years because art directors saw my work on MFH. I'm so grateful to Nate and TDAT for creating a space that my artwork could be seen by the perfect clients. Joy Laforme
I've made wonderful contacts and been able to work on creative projects through my advertisement on TDAT's Mapmakers For Hire page. Since my maps are a large part of my illustration business, I can' think of a more appropriate advertising venue and I just love being a part of TDAT's supportive and inspiring community. Betsy Beier