Our Rail Features eNewsletter has an established following of engaged users who look forward to our in depth and unique editorial coverage of the rail industry. Include your marketing message and reach this niche audience by being seen alongside trusted and respected editorial.
Top Exclusive Ad: Only one ad available per email. Get exclusivity and make a big impact on the target audience you need to get in front of.
Rail Features ads appear on four emails throughout the month. That's your message included on over 200,000 emails sent.
50,000+ engaged rail industry professionals
Get the number of total opens for eNewsletters on which your ad appears and get click totals and demographic information for readers that followed your link. Demographic information includes name, title, company, street, address and phone if this information exists in our database.
7/15/19 — Federal Railroad Administration issues grants for 45 projects
7/17/19 — Railroads explore blockchain's potential
7/22/19 — Rail grinding technology update 2019
7/24/19 — Tony Hatch on Genesee & Wyoming sale
7/29/19 — Rising fuel costs drive railroads to hone idle reduction and energy management practices
7/31/19 — Rising Stars 2019:
Terry Atkinson, Union Pacific Railroad
Cathrin Banks, Maryland and Delaware Railroad Co.
Jeffrey Brantz, Metra
8/5/19 — Rising Stars 2019:
Kelley Carr, Amtrak
Landon Downes, Balfour Beatty Rail
Mickaela Doyle, Watco Cos. LLC
Shannon Eberly, CN
8/7/19 — Rising Stars 2019:
Sara Garza Gonzalez, Kansas City Southern de Mexico
Crystal Gitchell, American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association
Dustin Hall, Security Through Safe Design Inc.
Linda Hernandez Carrillo, Kansas City Southern de Mexico
8/12/19 — Rising Stars 2019:
Kimia Khatami, Pacific Harbor Line Inc.
Amanda Limburg, David Evans and Associates Inc.
Nicolas Mabboux, CN
8/14/19 — Rising Stars 2019:
Brian O'Donnell, Metro-North Railroad
Luke Olson, Loram Maintenance of Way Inc.
Shirley Qian, Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority
Audra Rodgers, AECOM
8/19/19 — Rising Stars 2019:
Devin Rouse, Federal Railroad Administration
Katie Sanders, Union Pacific Railroad
Scott Schiemann, Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.
James Schwichtenberg, CSX
Amanda Trainor Patrick, Rail Supply Institute
*Dates and topics subject to change without notice.
Provide one of the following:
Inline Ad (Our best click through performer):
Image: 175 pixels wide x 100 pixels high
Company Name: as it should appear in the ad (limited to 1 line)
Headline: 60 characters max including spaces and special characters
Description: 130 characters max including spaces and special characters. Phone numbers allowed.
Call to Action: 20 character max including spaces and special characters. Call to action text must indicate what the user will get from visiting your landing page. Phone numbers not allowed
Width: 500 pixels
Height: 150 pixels
File Size: 60K maximum
URL: provide landing page URL
- If you are using 3rd party tracking tags, please send standard tags.
- Outlook 2007 & 2010 only displays the first frame of an animated gif. Please be sure the first frame of your ad is designed with that in mind.
E-mail materials to email@example.com.
Be sure to indicate in the email the materials are for the Rail Features Newsletter and indicate your company name.