The destination website that bills itself as the Guide to Asia Week released a mid-week traffic report stating that more than 3,000 visitors and collectors accessed AsiaWeekNYC.com during the first five days of the March fortnight. The most visited item was the main (landing) page, followed by the Show page and the Dealer page.
AsiaWeekNYC.com, which will soon become AsiaWeekGuide.com so that it can provide a broader content base and better serve its advertisers, is the only independent, inclusionary resource for New York's spring Asian events and auctions.
"The substantial traffic the recently launched Asia Week Guide garnered during the opening days of Asia Week indicates that our initial premise to provide a curated gateway to all aspects of the week was much needed," stated Eric Miller, co-founder of Antiques Weeks Media, LLC, the parent of Asia Week Guide. Co-founder Regina Kolbe added "Just as New York's Asia Week has become an essential destination for international collectors, curators, scholars, and Asian art enthusiasts alike, the Asia Week Guide will likely become their bible."
AsiaWeekGuide.com is the third destination website from the publishers, Antiques Weeks Media, LLC. It follows on the heels of AmericanaWeek.com and NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com and precedes both PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com and BrimfieldAntiquesWeek.com. Each of the gateway sites provides a comprehensive overview of the events, shows and dealers participating in named antiques weeks, thus eliminating the marginalization created by independent campaigns.
ModernVintageTimes.com, which Antiques Weeks Media is also launching, will be the first year-round site for events that appeal to an affluent, newer demographic.
Miller further stated that formula that drives AsiaWeekNYC.com is a breakthrough in Internet publishing. "Never before have the vintage and antique dealers had a cohesive presence on the Internet. Our sites are neither e-commerce nor magazines, but content driven service sites supported by social media, such as Facebook and Twitter. As we refine the formula, we are in a position to deliver high visibility messages that reach both experienced collectors and new buyers."
Employing a strong social media presence, each of the sites such as ModernVintageTimes.com and BrimfieldAntiquesWeek.com is growing a unique following. Internet publishing is the only form of publishing that measures results, including not only gross figures but also segments geographically.
For more on Antiques Weeks Media, LLC and its family of websites, please visit http://antiquesweeksmedia.com