Advertising in The Teenager Today Magazine
The Teenager Today is India's first and only magazine published in India for teens. In its 56th year now, it is a friend to thousands of Indian teens, supporting them through their growing pains, sharing laughs and being there through their joys and sorrows. It is their premier resource for all kinds of information, practical advice and basic answers to all of their questions.
The Teenager Today contains 52 pages of cool information, practical advice and loads of fun stuff! It features articles on teen issues, career talk, counselling, celeb interviews, fashion, music, sports, blogs, science & technology, and short stories. Plus art, photos, contests, jokes, games, poems, posters and more.
Totally committed to the youth of the country and to the promotion of wholesome literature, THE TEENAGER TODAY has always remained ‘a magazine with a difference’. Besides being the longest-surviving national youth magazine in India, it is possibly the only magazine of
THE TEENAGER TODAY (originally THE TEENAGER) was founded in Allahabad in 1963 by the late J. Maurus and the late Aloysius G. Rego, who wanted the magazine to be a vehicle of national integration, uniting young people from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in a bond of true friendship, understanding and love.
Since its inception in 1963, THE TEENAGER TODAY has been a friend to thousands of Indian teens, supporting them through their growing years, sharing their laughs and tears, and being there through their joys and sorrows.
THE TEENAGER TODAY is the only magazine in India that focuses on teen issues. It is their premier source for all kinds of information, practical advice and basic answers to all of their questions.
Over the years, many changes have taken place at THE TEENAGER TODAY: the magazine had different editors, it has changed a lot in size, look, content, etc.
One thing, for sure, has not changed — its deep love for the youth of India, and its commitment to the values that truly build the youth of any nation
1 First and only magazine for teenagers in India.
2 With over 2,00,000 readers; we’re the most widely-read Indian youth magazine.
3 Delivers the widest youth demographic across India; not only does the magazine cater to urban teens, but reaches thousands of small towns and cities in the country as well.
4 A strong presence in more than 2000 English medium schools across India.
5 Being 56-years-old, parents who used to read the magazine as teenagers, are now passing on THE TEENAGER TODAY legacy to their teens
The Teenager Today Magazine advertising provides a unique opportunity for brand owners. The Magazine itself is produced by quality publisher and is utilized by many prestigious, high-end brands to support their advertising campaigns. The Teenager Today Magazine advertising is a proven method to target decision-makers and opinion leaders with a high-income. The Teenager Today advertising offers multiple opportunities to target a captive audience in an uncluttered environment with inspiring advice, insights and host of fascinating features. Reach out to the decision makers and professionals across India by placing ads.
Full-page The Teenager Today Print Magazine ads rich with color and visual imagery can attract attention and enhance the visual presentation of your products. Magazines commonly use glossy finish and allow for full-color spreads. You can use bleed images or color backgrounds -- meaning have them extend all the way to the page edges, without a border -- to present a product image that really stands out.
A major factor of The Teenager Today Magazine advertising effectiveness relative to many other media is the interest of the audience. Readers typically have strong interest in the theme or topic of The Teenager Today Magazine. Finding this close link between readers and your brand is critical to effectiveness.
Also contributing to the effectiveness of The Teenager Today Magazine ads is the potential for ongoing, repeated exposure. Homeowners and businesses commonly have Magazine racks or other spaces where they keep The Teenager Today for other readers or repeat use. This gives you the potential to reach a large number of people with one copy and the same reader multiple times. Plus, since The Teenager Today Magazine are a static medium, readers can analyze or look at your message indefinitely.
What is the difference between Bleed and Non Bleed ad?
Bleed is an ad type where content is beyond the area which will get trimmed while binding the magazine. Non Bleed ad is one where all content is within the safe area.
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