A Sponsored Post can be a good entry point for a content marketing campaign or partnership with Private Media.
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A space to host client produced content that is of interest and value to the Private Media host site’s audience.
An eBook is a downloadable 3,000 word PDF hosted on a Private Media site and authored by Private Media.
A one hour presentation hosted on a Private Media site by the site Editor where a panel of guests answer pre-arranged questions.
A set of six 600-800 word articles written by Private Media in collaboration with the client, and hosted on a Private Media site.
A sponsored survey is a premium product used to facilitate market insights directly from the host site audience.
A short course is a set of up to 10 consecutive email lessons sent to registrants on a daily or weekly basis.
Private Media uses the following distribution channels for extended targeted reach, further engagement and a multi channel approach to achieving your marketing objectives
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Marketing on Facebook helps your business build lasting relationships with people and find new customers. More than 1.3 billion people use Facebook daily to connect with what matters to them.
Linkedin connects with the world’s largest audience of active, influential professionals. It is one of the most trusted social media platforms across the globe, reaching 95% of the Australian professional population.
Visitors from Twitter tend to be highly engaged, and are very likely to share your content further, creating an organic boost on top of your social distribution. Twitter has 300 million monthly active users and around 500 million Tweets sent every day.
A content recommendation and discovery platform used by some of Australia’s top publishers including Fairfax and News Ltd. Used to extend reach by finding engaged readers who respond to the content combination that best captures their attention.
A content recommendation and discovery platform used by some of Australia’s top publishers including MSN and Business Insider. Used to extend reach by finding engaged readers.