Advertising in The Week Magazine
Current Affairs and News
The Week is the best selling and one of the most respected general interest English news magazine. The magazine covers politics, entertainment, social issues, trends, technology, lifestyle, who's hot, who's not, and everything else you should be knowing.
To view The Week magazine online, please click on the link provided below:
Link to The Week Magazine E-Copy
The Week is distributed across the country in Airlines, Hotels, Business Centers, Book stores, Vending Machines at Major Airports, Malls, Newsstands and through Subscriptions.
The Week Magazine has carried advertisement of various brands covering multiple categories. Some of the brands who have advertised earlier are shown below:
Step 1: Select Variables: Media Option, Ad Position, Number of Insertions and Magazine Issue Dates.
In case you need any help with planning, please write to help@TheMediaAnt.com
|Variables||Sample Variable Selections|
|Media Option||Full Page/ Back Cover/ Gatefold|
|Ad Position||Regular/ Premium/ Innovative|
|Number of Insertions||1/ 3/ 7|
|Magazine Issue Dates||January/ February/ May|
Step 2: Email the filled table to help@TheMediaAnt.com or Create Package online at The Media Ant.
Step 3: We will check the ad space availability and prevailing discount at the time of booking.
Step 4: Upon confirmation of availability from our end, you need to submit the artwork and make the payment.
Post release of your ad in The Week Magazine, TheMediaAnt would deliver a hard copy of the magazine to the address shared during booking. In addition, a picture of the ad in The Week magazine's respective edition to be shared via email.
These following supplements are circulated along with the main magazine:
Once the advertisement is printed in The Week Magazine, copies of The Week Magazine are sent to the client within one working week.
With in 10-12 days of publishing The Week Magazine you will likely to get the Hard Copy.
The Week 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 Week Magazine advertising is a proven method to target decision-makers and opinion leaders with a high-income. The Week 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 Week 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 Week 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 Week Magazine. Finding this close link between readers and your brand is critical to effectiveness.
Also contributing to the effectiveness of The Week Magazine ads is the potential for ongoing, repeated exposure. Homeowners and businesses commonly have Magazine racks or other spaces where they keep The Week 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 Week 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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