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Advertising with Telecompaper

The Telecompaper news website provides a perfect medium to reach telecommunications professionals, business users and prosumers. We provide information and market insight for the global telecommunications industry. Our editors provide day-to-day coverage of the important developments in the international telecoms market. The website is split into English- and Dutch-language sections, providing you with different advertising options.

Traffic

The website attracts around 300,000+ visitors monthly (200,000+ unique visitors), with more than half a million page views. About 25% of our visitors come from the Netherlands (i.e. 70,000 visitors / month), attracted by our Dutch content. The geographical breakdown of all our visitors is:

Region Percent
Europe 60%
Americas 19%
Asia 16%
Africa 3%
Oceania 2%

 

Banner advertising rates

You can buy a fixed number of page views or a fixed duration with 1-100% visibility.
The following rates apply for both the English and Dutch sections:

Banner Type Dimensions Price (EUR)
Rectangle 336 x 280 4,500 / month

 

Headlines e-mail advertising

Each business day more than 30,000 registered Telecompaper readers receive our free daily tp:today e-mail. About 60% off these readers are based in Europe (18,000). Especially for the Netherlands, we have a Dutch daily email (tp:vandaag) sent to 5,000 readers.

The tp:today contains the major telecommunications stories of the day from around the globe. Advertising rates for a 468 x 60 banner or 336 x 280 rectangle banner are EUR 500 per day or EUR 2,000 per week.

Registered users and visitors come from all the major telecom and internet providers in Europe, as well as operators, manufacturers, research and consultancy firms, regulators and governments from around the world.  

 

Event listing

Please contact us to get your event banner on the event page

 

Contact

For more information, please contact our sales department at sales@telecompaper.com, or call +31 30 6349600.


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