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Scoop [Auckland] Banner Advertising


Banner advertising is a quick and effective means to promote your brand, increase traffic to your website and generate sales of your products and services. Today, Scoop [Auckland] outlines the benefits of advertising or promoting on Scoop, New Zealand's most progressive and growing news agency.

Why advertise on the Internet?


Interesting Facts:1.4 million New Zealanders have access to the Internet. 767,000 New Zealanders have accessed the Internet in the Last 4 weeks. 55% of those who accessed the Internet were looking for information on products and services Source: ACNielsen NetWatch Qtr 1 1999

So how much does Banner Advertising cost?

Scoop [Auckland] Banner Advertising:
* Banners rotated anywhere within the Scoop News Agency.
* Cost: 5 cents per impression 10,000 impressions for $500

Targeted Banner Impressions:
* Banners rotated within specific Scoop News Agency Wires - one banner appears per page load.
* Cost: 5 cents per impression or 10,000 impressions for $500
We can discuss a ceiling arrangement so that your advertisement/promotions budget does not exceed your plans.

The Benefits Of Online Advertisements and Promotions
Scoop [Auckland] Sponsorship Advertising and Promotion Plans increase awareness of you logo and/or brand, increase your own website traffic to your website and generate sales.

Don't you wonder whether your current advertising/promotions package is giving you valued exposure for your money?

Scoop [Auckland] advertising and business exposure plans keep you informed This plan offers you a selection of ways your business can be noticed on the internet.

Unlike the aged forms of advertising where you pay thousands for a display advertisement in a local newspaper, only to have it tossed out after a day, or used to wrap kitchen scraps into, your Scoop [Auckland] advertising and business exposure plans keep a live, realtime presence for every Scoop [Auckland] visitor to view.

This method of advertising and branding can save you thousands of dollars a month.

You also will have access to a progressive and technology savvy audience which other forms of media simply do not deliver to.
By managing a presence at Scoop [Auckland] you will be seen by a broad range of people, from decision makers, news makers, managers, directors, students, travellers, tourists, community conscious people, mothers, husbands, sports minded people... Your Scoop [Auckland] audience is as dynamic as Scoop's fantastic news service.

Remember, other traditional advertising mediums incur high costs, long deadline times and you can only guess at the number of people who take any notice. These problems simply do not exist when promoting on the Scoop [Auckland] news agency site.

Let Scoop [Auckland] manage your business' Exposure Plan:


Scoop Sponsorship Pricing: You can have a Corporate Sponsorship presence on the Scoop [Auckland] Frontpage. Depending on your logo and/or brand size, the cost to you will be between $1,000 and $5,000 (GST exclusive) per month, or less depending on Scoop [Auckland]'s page access traffic. Scoop [Auckland] can inform you precisely how many times your logo and/or brand was viewed by customers. This ensures you are in control of knowing how successful your exposure plan has been.

Scoop [Auckland] New Innovations and Services Page
For $250 a month you can publish within our New Products and Services Page promoted and accessed from the top of the Scoop [Auckland] frontpage.

Press Release Publishing For Free: Of course, your business and information press releases are important to us at Scoop and also to our information hungry audience. Press releases are published on Scoop for free [at Scoop editors discretion]. Just send your press releases to auckland@scoop.co.nz and join in New Zealand's most progressive news agency.

Email URL Links: Do you want your Website to Link from all Scoop [Auckland] news subscriber emails? For a very affordable $200 per month, your URL can be listed within every news subscriber email communicated from the Scoop [Auckland] news bureau.

Want to become informed? Become a Scoop Subscriber. Subcribers automatically have news emailed to your email inbox within seconds of it being published on the Scoop news wires. This is an excellent way for your business, corporation, organisation and associates to be informed on events and decisions thorughout New Zealand and the Asia/Pacific region. This service virtually makes the old style of media watch services redundant. This unique Scoop Subscriber Service costs only $100 per month.

Contact Details
For All your advertising, promotion and online presence needs:
Contact: Scoop [Auckland] Editor/Manager, Selwyn Manning
Email: sales@scoop.co.nz
Phone: 64 21 664 286
Or visit the Scoop experience at www.scoop.co.nz or at the Auckland frontpage www.scoop.co.nz/_auckland.html

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