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Tech Business News has a number of advertising opportunities. With over 10,000 page hits per month on our authoritative platform it’s a great place to get your message across to like minded individuals and businesses.

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Our readers are keen business decision makers who are open to new products and services that deliver cost-effective solutions.

They are influential policymakers who have made a name for themselves in industries such as technology, e-commerce, internet security, digital marketing, web development,, sciences, administration, and business.

We offer a range of advertising options for businesses looking to connect with this unique and influential group of readers.

Online Advertising

Various advertising channels are available today, and you must be unique to attract the attention of consumers.

Banner advertising: Options include half page (300x600px), leaderboard (728x90px) and medium rectangle (300x250px) or a combination of the sizes. These can be added to any of our existing articles or placed in fresh content.

There are also a number of vacant advertising spaces on our front page sidebars.

Video Advertising

Options include your YouTube or locally hosted videos on our right hand side front page sidebar or dedicated full page artcile with a 800 word limit and video embed. (Approved Media Only)

Infographic Advertising

Options include your infographic with an additional 500 word text limit (Approved Media Only)

Content Marketing

Tech Business News team of journalists will work collaboratively with you to create stories that are engaging, have a great angle and communicate your key messages.

This content will be displayed on our website and shared across our social media platforms, including Facebook and LinkedIn.

We also offer content marketing services outside the Tech Business News umbrella. Austech Media, our public relations team provide a number of writing and PR distribution options including artcile marketing and outreach services.

Sponsored Content Articles

Perhaps you don’t have a news story or press release to share however, you have a product or service you want to advertise and extend in front of our readers. Our sponsored articles are a perfect option. You can choose to supply your own our have our artcile marketing team construct well researched and informative content readers engage with.

Sponsored disclaimer.

Tech Business News adheres to all search engine guidelines, policies and best practices. Your sponsored content artcile will be in accordance with these guidelines. It is your personal responsibility to understand what these guidelines involve. A quick Google search for “Sponsored Content” will yield a number of results explaining sponsored content guidelines in detail.

Artcile Submissions

We have a direct artcile submission option right here on our site. Note this is strictly for reporting the latest news and event’s you feel will be of high public interest. This is not a “Guest Post” or “Hyperlink” factory. Our submission page is for reporting news, stories and media only. The bonus for utilising this feature correctly will result in a publication under your own name and profile.

We invite you to utilise this option however, articles submitted for the purpose of digital self promotion or on behalf of another entity won’t be considered.

We look forward to reading your stories and having you onboard as a contributor. The guidelines for artcile contributions can be found here.

External press publishing – Media Kit

Contact us for a media kit.

Thank you for your interest in reaching out to our audience and influential decision makers. For more information and a access to our media kit please use the form below. We will review your details and reply upon if we feel we can accommodate your request you will be provided with a user name and password to access our media kit page

We will respond to registered and identifiable business only. Please provide your registered business name
We will only respond to registered email addresses. Such as a company email, internet service provider email accounts, registered domain name email, government or educational email accounts.

These do not include free or disposable email services such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo or Outlook.com accounts.
Emails from these address types will not receive a response.

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