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Advertising in news media delivers fast and powerful results for advertisers
Building on our landmark 2017 AdTrust study, ‘The Company You Keep’ reveals the latest findings into consumers’ trust in media. Covering users’ trust in content and advertising by channel, this 2018 study confirms news media continues to lead the way on trust. Download it below.
NewsMediaWorks – with the support of foundation partners News Corp Australia, Fairfax Media and Seven West Media – has launched a trade advertising campaign to highlight the unmatchable trust in brands that can be created through advertising in a trusted news environment.
While millennials are often perceived as disengaged with traditional media, opting for online streaming devices and social media platforms, Galaxy Research discovered that readers aged…
NewsMediaWorks today announced that the initial flight of its marketing campaign, ‘The Truth Builds Trust’, which promotes of the value of authentic news environments to…
It is an incredibly exciting time for news media. We are growing our audiences across multiple platforms. We are delivering a highly trusted, quality environment for readers and advertisers and we are seeing a re-appraisal of the importance and value of the medium. This is all translating to improved ad revenue performance and new revenue streams.
News media delivers excellent efficiencies for the automotive industry in ways other mediums cannot, which is why the industry invested $273 million in advertising, according to Ebiquity’s 2016 Advertisers Report.
The NewsMediaWorks advertising campaign highlighting the strength of advertising in an environment of trusted content has featured across the front pages and news sections of every national and metropolitan newspaper and news website in Australia in the past two weeks.
Health insurance advertisers are clearly not fully leveraging their opportunity to engage 4.9 million prospects.
With two different newspaper campaigns, Priceline’s clear communication built the brand and drove call-to-action. LANCE CLATWORTHY looks at the success of an ad that promoted a “sale” while another looked to raise funds for a charity.
Australians’ trust in social media channels has fallen in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and concerns about data privacy, while trust in newspapers, news websites, radio and television has risen sharply, the second ADTRUST study by Galaxy Research has revealed.
Married at First Sight and The Bachelor franchise may make you believe that anything that matches with television will not work out. But pairing your…
While playing the pokies or grabbing a lotto ticket is full of risk, turning to newspapers to advertise punting products is not. News media reaches…
A preview of new data from NewsMediaWorks’ ADTrust 2018 study shows that a majority of Australians trust Facebook significantly less that they did six months ago. In…
Drinking responsibly has its rewards. Likewise, spending responsibly in targeted newspaper campaigns can deliver dividends, increasing efficiencies for alcohol advertising by up to 68 per cent.
Each year, 60 automotive brands with a total of 400 different models compete for 1.2 million car sales. With news media readers considering only 2.8 models from 2.2 brands when making a purchase decision, brands want to be at the forefront of their minds – and community newspapers prove an effective way to do it.