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Sail-World.com : Why are advertisers moving to the Internet? Value for money!

Why are advertisers moving to the Internet? Value for money!

'Advertisers move on link for accountability abd value'   
For the last five years advertising on the Internet has powered ahead of any advertising form. The Internet has swept all before it; special interest magazines were first to be affected, then mainstream magazines, radio and now newspapers.

Why? The Internet is an affordable option for small and medium size organisations that want to target a very specific market segment. It delivers value for money.

Guy Phillipson, chief executive of the IAB UK, says advertisers wanted a 'clear return' on their money. 'Accountability is Online's trump card,' he comments.

Of course, the Global Financial Crisis is accelerating the trend as value for money advertising is the only kind that companies can justify. In Australia online advertising has recorded a 27 percent year-on-year growth according to figures released recently by IAB Australia in its Online Advertising Expenditure Report compiled by PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

So what does this mean for Marine advertisers?

There is only one Asia-Pacific marine media group that can deliver serious audiences and accountable online options for advertisers large and small.

Tetra-Media’s Sail-World.com, Powerboat-World.com and MarineBusinessNews.com have a monthly circulation of 125,000 boaters, it is easily the largest online marine news source in the Asia Pacific. It provides an unmatched mix of local and international news.

These sites between them run more than 900 stories each month. They have reached such significance that many Marine Events,Clubs and Classes routinely upload all their news direct to our news sites. Over 200 sites take our news feeds, delivering extra exposure for our advertisers.

Developing a wide range of advertising features and options over the last decade, with proven and robust data capture, it allows the Marine Industry to gain visible, measurable ad campaign responses that cannot be found in any other media. Campaigns can be high impact nation wide packages or much lower cost local programs. Either way the emphasis is on delivering value for money.

Recently, one of our advertisers has become so overwhelmed with hot leads, they need a special database just to handle the volume. What a problem to have!

NOW is the time to switch more of your advertising expenditure online. Its quite an easy process, the TetraMedia team helps with ad design and press release content.

You can start an online add package for as little as AUD$195 per month and we deliver high impact custom packages for high end products for $5000 per month.

The most popular packages are in the $300-$1000 per month range.
Email us or call for details of our popular advertising packages.

Head Office - TetraMedia Brendan Maxwell
advertising@marinebusinessnews.com Tel: +612 (0) 4977 2116

New Zealand - Colin Preston
nzsales@sail-world.com Tel: 021 2674842

Asia - Guy Nowell
asiamedia@sail-world.com Tel: + (852) 2792 6234

To find out more, pick up the phone and call Brendan Maxwell on +61249772116 or email advertising@tetra-media.com




by Brendan Maxwell

  

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