Reach a diverse international audience of scientists and engineers working in the minerals, metals, and materials fields with an ad in JOM, the respected TMS member journal. Read—and written—by executives, managers, researchers, and professors, JOMfocuses on a different set of technical topics each month, allowing you to reach exactly the right audience with your message.
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*The above statistics are based on JOM’s Readership Survey, conducted by TMS from January 2016 through April 2016.
View our JOM Editorial Calendar to decide which upcoming JOM issue is the best fit for your organization's ad.
Review the journal's mechanical requirements and information on insertion rates.
Complete the JOM advertisement insertion form and our sales specialist will contact you to help you place your order.
The deadlines to reserve ad space in specific, upcoming issues of JOM are listed below. The dates listed are applicable to any calendar year. If you’d like to see your ad in the March issue of JOM, for example, you will need to reserve your space and provide artwork by the beginning of January.
The JOM webpage is one of the top destinations on the TMS website, tms.org. Find out how you can take advantage of this exposure as a website advertiser.
The JOM Job Board provides companies, academic institutions, and other organizations with a valuable resource to advertise job openings to a pool of highly qualified candidates. For $125 per column inch, your ad can be posted, searched, and viewed by thousands of qualified candidates online, as well as read by subscribers to the print version of JOM.
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