Spread the word to our readers, online and in print...
Border Publishing's philosophy on successful returns for advertisers is based on a quality platform, first and foremost. When it comes to glossies, newsstand readers are paying customers (the best type, we're sure you'd agree!) which is why we produce the finest editorial content for the region - content that readers are prepared to pay good money for. And that's what you'll find in Welsh Border Life and Welsh Coastal Life. Put simply, we don't do free, throw-away magazines, because we want discerning readers with disposable incomes.
What's more, we back up our newsstand glossies with walesandborders.com - a truly feature-packed online resource designed to enhance our reader experience with the very latest news and events, where you can download print-ready walking guides, view properties of the month in more detail, see more of our showcased artists' work, enter competitions, search a growing archive of days out, attractions, places to stay, places to eat and recipes to serve up, or simply catch up on past features...
But we don't just invest in our compelling editorial. To attract the best advertisers, we need the best account managers, which is why our advertising team is trained to offer the best in customer care. It's something co-founders Howard Gudgeon and Catherine Waterfall are so passionate about, they positively encourage all advertising clients to go straight to them should ever standards of customer care not meet expectations (click here for their contact details).
Want to know more? For information on readership, circulation, advertising rates and artwork specifications, email email@example.com and tell us a bit about yourself, your business and what you want to achieve. Also, let us know which publication you are interested in, or if it's just online you're looking for.
Alternatively, you can call us at our Welsh Border offices on 01691 662709 and ask for a member of the advertising team on that particular title.
We're here to help you spread the word.