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Free Press Journal Newspaper Advertising Options & Ad Rates

Book your Advertisement in Free Press Journal newspaper online by choosing from the below various advertising options available. The Ad Rates differs for every option. We have displayed Free Press Journal tariff in the easiest format to book your ad easily.

Advertising in Free Press Journal

Free Press Journal is an Indian English-language daily newspaper that was founded in 1930.

The Press Journal is one among the oldest English Daily newspapers from Mumbai with a heritage of quite 88 years. And yet, The public press Journal could be a modern paper and rooted in current urban realities.

The public press Journal set new standards by opening a full page to sports, another to business news at a time.

Free Press Journal Advertisement Booking Centers

Follow few simple steps to book your ad in Free Press Journal Newspaper ?

  • Choose the Advertisement Category from the list to get your Ad published in appropriate section of Newspaper.
  • You need to Check Free Press Journal Ad Rates which are mentioned in Rupees per square centimeter for the newspaper.
  • Then you need to Fix the size of your Ad by calculating the total size with the Ad Rate mentioned in the given table for chosen category or supplement.
  • Choose your date of publishing by checking booking essentials mentioned in category page by which you would get to know the booking deadline and other details.
  • Prepare a draft for the ads’ content and send us to avail a quote along with various discounts and offers on Ad Rates to make your advertising experience pocket friendly.
  • Upon receiving your consent on Free Press Journal Ad Rates quoted to you, we will send you an invoice with every payment options available to make payment.
  • Both Online and Offline payment options are available.
  • Once the payment is received from you, our designing team would start designing your ad as per requirements and the advertisement would get published on the date chosen in the newspaper.
  • After the advertisement is published, an e-paper copy of the newspaper will be received by you for reference.

Understanding Free Press Journal Advertisement Tariff

Free Press Journal offers diverse advertising categories, each with distinct rates:

1. Classified Ad

2. Display Classified Ad

3. Display Ad

Advertisement rates in Free Press Journal vary across categories and locations. Costs are typically lower in smaller cities compared to metropolitan areas. Free Press Journal has editions in cities like Mumbai, and more. Rates are determined based on the type of ad.

Classified Advertisement Rates in Free Press Journal newspaper are calculated by the number of lines/words used. These ads appear in a specific format within the Classified Section, with options for enhancements at an additional cost. Classified ads are cost-effective and popular for categories like Matrimonial, Property, Rental, Recruitment, and more.

Classified Display Rates in Free Press Journal are charged per square centimeter of the ad area. While size choices are limited, customization options like logos, images, fonts, and colors are available. Classified Display Ads appear in specific pages or supplements, commonly featuring categories like Matrimonial, Recruitment, Property, and Business.

Display Advertisement Rates in Free Press Journal are calculated per square centimeter as well. Display ads have higher rates due to their multi-column layout. There are no size limitations, offering options like Full Page, Half Page, and more. Placement choices in Free Press Journal newspaper range from Front Page to Back Page, catering to various ad types like Brand, Commercial, Property, Recruitment, and more.

Trust Bhaves Advertisers to publish your ads in Free Press Journal daily newspaper. We offer exclusive discounts and packages, making advertising accessible to all. As a leading Advertising Agency, our dedicated agents assist you in booking ads at competitive rates in Free Press Journal.