Reaching a Powerful Audience
Reserve Ad Space in the 2023 Power List
By Christine Merki, Account Manager

or the past five-plus years, I’ve been part of the Alaska Business superstar team. Much has changed since I signed on—we’ve added an assortment of products, features, and live events while eliminating those no longer serving us or our clients.

The Power List has withstood the test of time and lives up to its name every year. The power behind this list is not always obvious, especially as we gravitate more and more towards a digital world. The Power List is the only archive—that I’m aware of— that gives you the vitals of the major industries that form our Alaska economy. That statement and the issue itself carry a lot of heft. But it would take hours, perhaps days, to Google even part of what you find here—the companies and leaders that drive economic activity, contact information, and a synopsis of what goes on inside those businesses. And even if you could find part of the information, chances are you won’t find it all. This year, we did something bold and, I believe, generous. It’s one of the additional features I alluded to earlier. You can now access the Power List digital edition on our website, free of charge. Greg Porter, CEO at Arctic Energy told me why he finds such value in advertising in this issue specifically.

“The Alaska Business Power List is a must have tool for any industry in Alaska. Each year, I advertise both of my companies in the Power List as the premier way for my customers and potential customers to find me. As an Alaskan business owner, it is the best value for my advertising dollar, no question about it.”

When you review your 2023 marketing plans, consider advertising in the 2023 Power List. It is an invaluable resource containing a curated list of Alaska’s top businesses across a multitude of industry categories. Why wouldn’t you want to have your message in front of this powerful audience?

A headshot Christine Merki
Christine has worked in Anchorage media for almost 20 years. Her writing talents have earned her top honors as a recipient of the Alaska Broadcasters Association Goldie Awards. Her sales and marketing skills have helped countless clients connect with their target audience to achieve annual goals. She unapologetically lures clients in with her homemade raspberry jam and lives with her salmon slaying beau and a ferocious cat named Maggie.
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