Tribune Display Ads

Launched on 2nd February 1881, The Tribune is a broadsheet English daily newspaper published from Chandigarh, New Delhi, Jalandhar, Dehradun and Bathinda. For the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and the Union Territory of Chandigarh, the newspaper is the leading English daily with a circulation way ahead of Hindustan Times and The Times of India in that region. Its two sister publications are the Hindi Dainik Tribune and the Punjabi Tribune printed in Gurmukhi.  Both the latter newspapers are equally accepted by readers.

Why display ads in The Tribune make a difference

Its circulation within its region (comprising Chandigarh, New Delhi, Jalandhar, Dehradun and Bathinda) places The Tribune among the paramount daily newspapers of India. That makes it one of the most read newspapers in the country, in relation to its area of circulation. Now add the benefit of its reasonable rate of booking ads and realise what makes The Tribune the first choice for several advertisers across India.

Therefore, The Tribune Display Ads actually charged @ Rs per square cm, cost less than its rival newspapers while reaching a wider audience in the same region. However, every edition has its own rate and discounts are sometimes available if more than one edition or combo-ad is used for publishing the same ad. Display ads are the costliest because there are no restrictions on size, colour, page or position within a page for elaborate, eye-catching design if necessary.

Less expensive are Classified Display ads which are also charged @ Rs per square cm of the area used for the advertisement. There is a constraint to the size of Classified Display (CD) Ads, but it can be customised using logo, image, different fonts and colour to enhance the advertisement. Classified Display Ads appear on a specific page or supplement of the newspaper.

Classified Text Ads: This cheapest option of advertising is charged @ Rs/word used for a minimum 15 words and is in the form of text ads in the classified section. These are printed on The Tribune’s classified pages in run-on-line (ROL) text format. At extra cost, enhancements like screen, tick, colour for more visibility can be made.

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