Adspend in the cellular category for the 12 months, ending June 2012, comes in at an impressive R102 million. With 81% of the adult South African population privately owning cell phones, South Africa’s cellular giants continue to battle it out for market share.
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The Daily Sun Facebook page now has over 400 000 fans, which according to Social Bakers, places it second in the media category in terms of the number of Facebook followers. The social media team at Daily Sun attribute this growth to the unique content, delivery methodology and to fans who share their posts,... view more
Ads24 launched their innovative ‘Power of Press’ campaign last week with sales teams bringing ‘real life’ superheroes and other characters to media agencies and sharing insightful facts about newspapers. The first week’s activations took place at Starcom (JHB) and Nota Bene (CT)... view more
Power of press – Daily Competition
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Ads24 release their 2014 rate card
Following thorough consultation and evaluation of market forces Ads24 is in a position to announce its 2014 rate card adjustments. Rate increases are never easy to communicate, but the good news for advertisers is that overall increases are lower than last year.
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Ads24 have conceptualised an innovative initiative to educate media agencies about the ‘power of press’. As part of ‘The Power of Press’ campaign media agencies will get an impressive percentage discounted off advertising... view more
What is a newspaper? This may seem like a rhetorical question, but perhaps the answer lies at the core of what their future holds. Is the ‘heart’ of a newspaper black ink on white paper, or is it the content in a format that can be read, does it really matter if it is read on a screen or on paper? So perhaps... view more
Download The Ads24 Living Standards Measure 2014 here.
Ads24 has introduced a simpler and faster way to access all the features you know and love to use through the Ads24 InfoLab. The new tool has also replaced the old printed rate cards which are no longer available.
There are a number of benefits to registering on the Ads24 InfoLab, the user will... view more
European reader trust is still high, 80% of quality readers trust their newspaper. The International Newsmedia Marketing Association (INMA) has recently released their latest research that shows the efficacy of print advertising in Europe.... view more
Source: Newspaper Association of America
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