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The Advertiser

The Advertiser is an A5 full colour glossy magazine, bursting with adverts, features and local interest stories.

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Delivered to over 41,000 homes and across the North East.

First published in 2006, The Advertiser magazines have become a firm favourite with local households in the North East for their mix of editorial, puzzles, and competitions.

Not only do our monthly magazines provide an excellent platform to promote your business across the North East, but they are also retained by readers for their useful directory listings  – increasing the opportunities for ongoing business leads for you.

Area Map showing where The Advertiser are delivered

Areas we cover

Our 8 Advertiser magazines cover a wide area of Gateshead, Newcastle and parts of Northumberland. This allows you to choose where you wish advertise your business and services.

The Advertiser is delivered to the following locations:

Whickham • Low Fell • Burnopfield, Sunniside, Marley Hill, Tanfield Village and Tantobie • Kingston Park and Darras Hall • Blaydon and Winlaton • Westerhope and Chapel Park • Ryton, Stargate, Crawcrook and Greenside • Rowlands Gill.

Getting Started

We have a team of qualified graphic designers who can provide you with a free design service for your adverts.

Alternatively, you can supply your own artwork in high-resolution PDF format with the correct bleed and type outlined. Please take a look at our illustrated guide to help you decide which advert size best suits you.

Choose which size you would prefer:

(A) Full Page: 148mm x 210mm(+3mm bleed on all edges)

(B) Double Page Spread: 297mm x 210mm (+3mm bleed on all edges)

(C) Half Page: 128mm x 93.5mm

(D) Quarter Page: 62.5mm x 93.5mm

(E) Eighth Page: 62.5mm x 45.5mm

(F) Banner: 128mm x 35mm

Graphic showing the various advert sizes

Book your space

For more information about advertising in The Advertiser or Business Networx magazines, please complete the form below or call our sales team on 0191 487 1834.