An advertorial is an advertisement in the form of an editorial or news article displayed in the News section of Rochdale Online .
Your advertorial will be displayed on the home page of the site for seven days and promoted via our social media accounts (over 11,300 twitter followers and over 23,300 facebook page followers). We also include your advertorial in our weekly eNewsletter which is emailed to over 4,000 addresses.
Rochdale Online currently averages over 191,000 unique visitors a month to the site (average number of visitors per month for 2019).
The article will remain online even once it moves off the home page, so you can be sure that your details will continue to be indexed by the search engines.
Advertorials are very flexible and give you excellent scope to talk about what you do with relevant photos or images and your contact details including a link to your web site. They can be written by yourself, your PR agency or by our news team.
Whether you are promoting a new venture, new product launch, special offer or an event, an advertorial on Rochdale Online is the perfect way to shout about your business.
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Why add Rochdale Online to your marketing mix? Rochdale Online currently has over 190K unique visitors a month and over 840K page views per month (certified statistics are available). Your advert is displayed in front of more and more local consumers and service users.
Whilst our web sites page views are growing, local and regional newspaper circulation is decreasing. According to figures issued in February 2019 by the Audit Bureau of Circulations, paid-for weekly newspapers in the borough have recorded an average 60% fall in circulation in the past five years (Dec 2013 - Dec 2018).
"Great advertorial and much less expensive than traditional advertising. Traffic to my website trebled in the 1st week as it reached audiences I previously found it difficult to market. Thank you to Pauline and the team."