How do you advertise in Prothom Alo?
You can book your ad in Prothom Alo newspaper 2 days before the release date for most of the newspaper. The earliest possible date is always highlighted on the date selection page. In case you are unable to select your required date, you can contact us at 9830629298 via call/ WhatsApp.
Who is the owner of Ittefaq?
The Daily Ittefaq
|Daily Ittefaq Masthead|
|Owner(s)||Ittefaq Group of Publications Ltd.|
|Founder(s)||Maulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani and Yar Mohammad Khan|
How do I put an ad in the newspaper?
Here’s what’s involved in creating a newspaper ad:
- Choose a newspaper with a readership that fits your target audience.
- Select placement and ad-size appropriate to your ad goals and budget.
- Pinpoint your marketing message.
- Design your ad (write copy, graphics, and so on).
- Submit and request a proof.
What kind of newspaper was Ittefaq when it was first founded?
Ittefaq, The a daily Bangla newspaper published from Dhaka. The daily Ittefaq was first published on 24 December 1953. Formerly it was a weekly. tofazzal hossain (widely known as Manik Mia) was the editor of the daily.
How much does it cost to give ad in newspaper?
Times of India Ad Rates
|Available Advertising Options in TOI||Ad Position||Rate Starting from|
|Times of India Obituary Ad Rates||Times Tribute||Rs. 22/- per sq.cm|
|Times Property Ad Rates||Supplement||Rs. 32/- per sq.cm|
|Education Times Ad Rates||Supplement||Rs. 30/- per sq.cm|
|Public Notice Ad Rates||Main Edition||Rs. 51/- per sq.cm|
What do we mean when we say CPM?
Cost per thousand
Cost per thousand (CPM), also called cost per mille, is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one web page. If a website publisher charges $2.00 CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad.
How much does a newspaper ad cost?
A four-by-ten inch ad in a local paper is $480 (average price); a national ad may cost $10,000 or more.
How much does a local newspaper ad cost UK?
Expect to pay anything between £250 for a quarter of a page on a local newspaper and £30,000 for a full-page advert on The Daily Mail.