- Newspaper advertising is a great way to attract customers for a specific niche and with specific traits.
- They are relatively cheap, have a big coverage and, depending on your target audience, can deliver good results and returns.
- However, glossy magazines tend to attract people with similar interests and have a longer shelf life. So, how to measure print ad cost and make effective print ads?
Newspaper ads are capable of targeting a customer base within a specific area. Since many small businesses rely on local patronage for their business, newspaper advertising is of a big help to them. These are also relatively inexpensive and can be changed quickly. However, newspaper prints are not as sharp as glossy print ads, limiting the use of high-resolution photos and complex graphics. The effectiveness of the ad can also be constrained by the paper’s readership on the day it runs and by the section in which it appears.
Unlike newspaper ads, magazines don’t specifically target a certain location. However, magazines have longevity because magazine ads last for a month or even longer, depending on how long the owner or subscriber holds on to that issue. Also, magazines focus on customers with similar interests, making it easier to focus your ad among those who are interested in your field.
Cost of Print Advertising
Here are a few examples of publications and their standard and contract rates:
1. Metropolitan Newspaper Advertisements
Metropolitan Newspapers publish one national and 15 daily and Sunday newspapers, these newspapers offer editorial coverage in every state with titles that truly reflect Australian life and the communities they serve. Here are some of the rates of Metropolitan Newspapers:
2. Community Newspaper Advertisements
Community Newspapers cover local issues, events and news that matter to specific communities. It compromises 112 publications covering the six major capital cities. Here are some of the contract rates of Community Newspapers:
3. Regional Newspaper Advertisements
These regional newspapers cover all of the major regional cities of Australia and also the highest selling rural titles. Here are some examples of Regional Newspapers contract rates:
4. Magazine Advertisements
Magazines are usually published and released monthly. They are available nationwide in full color print. Here are some examples of the rates of magazines:
|The daily telegraph|
|Double page spread||$46,544.67||$4,654.47||$51,199.14|
|Half page spread||$25,386.41||$2,538.64||$27,925.05|
|Half page vert/hor||$14,390.13||$14,39.01||$15,829.14|
|Third page strip||$10,789.25||$1,078.93||$11,868.17|
|SA Business Journal||$10,789.25||$1,078.93||$11,868.17|
5. National Newspaper Advertisements
National newspapers are sold nationwide. Here are the rates of National newspapers:
The cost of effective print ads in a newspaper or magazine can range from relatively inexpensive to overpriced, depending on the size of the ad. Small circulation newspapers offer advertisements for at least $70. An ad in a mass circulated magazine, however, can cost thousands of dollars. Always remember that publications offer discounts and contracts for multiple run advertisers.
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