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Advertising during Lockdown

How can Newbury Weekly News help businesses get through the current crisis?

Advertising during Lockdown

Businesses in West Berkshire are currently trading and living in uncertain and unprecedented times as the spread of Covid-19 continues. It is having a huge impact on the UK and local economy and probably your marketing budget.

It is true to say that although there is very little we can do about the economy, there are things we can do here at the Newbury Weekly News to help alleviate the pressure on your advertising budget, whilst also still delivering brand exposure for your business.

Did you know that during the coronavirus pandemic, our online figures have seen record highs?

Our website page views for April show an 82 per cent increase over the same period last year, with a staggering 1.2 million page views.

Our Facebook posts reached more than 220,000 people. Post engagement was over 428,000 from 20,000 loyal followers.

Social media gets a bad name, but you can trust our journalists to deliver local news and information you can trust; well, we have been publishing news since 1867!

People are now more available and for longer. Audiences are accessing newburytoday and our social media platforms at times they wouldn't have under normal circumstances.

We understand though that during this time, your marketing budget is one of the first areas to be cut, which is why we have created affordable options, creative solutions and ideas to help keep your business on the map.

Times are tough but our audiences are likely to continue to be higher during the current crisis and we want to help your business by offering you the perfect opportunity to drive short-term results that are cost effective.

We are a small local business who really do understand the challenges you are facing during these unprecedented times.

We are here to support you now, so why not make contact using the form below and we can start a non-pressured conversation.
 

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