Advertising on Journalism.co.uk

Reach thousands of journalists, communications and new media professionals with our highly effective and great value services.

Training course directories
Site display
Email newsletter display
Recruitment advertising
Event sponsorship


Banner advertising

Our unique niche audience views 400,000+ pages of journalism.co.uk every month. We have one standard leaderboard slot (728 x 90 pixels) at the top of every page, and your advert will be rotated throughout the site to ensure maximum exposure.

In addition, we also offer an MPU slot (300 x 250 pixels) in the right-column of every page.

Our banner advert management system tracks the number of views and click-throughs your advert gets.

• The price for a leaderboard banner slot (728 x 90 pixels) at the top of our pages is based on a rate of £8.50 + VAT per 1,000 views. MPUs (300 x 250 pixels) are £7.50 +VAT per 1,000.

Buttons (142 x 42 pixels) are costed on a £2.50 +VAT per 1,000 view basis.

Most of our advertisers prefer to be quoted prices based on the time their advert appears on the site, so we estimate likely exposure and calculate price accordingly.


Email advertising

Every week we email more than 17,000+ subscribers to our daily (Mon-Fri) free and fully opt-in email news and job alert bulletin.

Our emails are sent out in html format, so we can accept (non-animated) graphics in GIF and JPEG format as well as text messages and hypertext links.

We can also track the number of clickthroughs from your advert to your site.

• Advertise in our daily (Mon-Fri) email news and jobs bulletin for £500 + VAT per week.


Advertorials

One-off payment for a dedicated page containing copy supplied by you and branded with your advertisement in the MPU slot.

One-off payment for a dedicated page containing copy written by our reporters about your services and products and branded with your advertisement in the MPU slot.


Combination campaigns

We can offer discounted rates for longer campaigns and combined banner and email packages, so call now to discuss your needs.

For more information contact Oliver Kingston or Chris De Banks on 01273 384293.

For full site information and statistics, download our media pack.


Training course directories

Short courses training diary - Advertise your short courses in an easy month-by-month format to potential journalists looking to buff up their skills.

Full-time training directory - Advertise your full-time journalism and related courses to prospective students in our comprehensive listings directory.

For further information please contact Chris De Banks on 01273 384291 or email him.


Event sponsorship

Journalism.co.uk runs three high-profile events for journalists every year under the news:rewired brand.

We have run eight events so far and all have sold out. Past sponsors include Visual Revenue, SoundCloud, Tumblr, Tableau, NewsCred, ScribbleLive, Cision, ScraperWiki, Kyte, Blinked.tv, Desk-Net, ThingLink, Scoopshot, City University London, CoveritLive, Adido, Parse.ly and Synthesio.

Past media partners have included MSN, BBC College of Journalism and Thomson Reuters.

For sponsorship and advertising opportunities, please contact:

Oliver Kingston, sales manager
+44 (0)1273 622990
oliver [at] journalism.co.uk
@olikingston

Chris De Banks, senior sales executive
+44 (0)1273 384293
chris [at] journalism.co.uk
@ChrisDeBanks

Alexander Heady, senior sales executive
+44 (0)1273 384291
alexander [at] journalism.co.uk
@AlexanderHeady

For ticketing and event information, press enquiries and all other queries:

Alastair Reid, news editor/editorial events manager
+44 (0)1273 384290
alastair [at] journalism.co.uk
@AlastairReid3

Abigail Edge, technology editor/training programme manager
+44 (0)1273 384293
abigail [at] journalism.co.uk
@AbigailEdge

You can buy tickets here.

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