Advertising with Armagh I is one of the most effective ways to promote your business locally.
Digital is fast becoming the single most important avenue when it comes to advertising – more so than print and radio.
But don’t just take our word for it… Official council report highlights Armagh I for its ‘increasing influence’
Why Armagh I?
Since our inception in September 2012, we have been growing exponentially…in fact 32 million page views later and we’re still here.
That growth has seen more than 1.1 million uniques users (1,184,479 to be precise) visit Armagh I since the beginning of the year* – that’s just shy of 10 million page views in that time! *Stats accurate as of April 18, 2018.
Most of your consumers are online – and most of those are on Armagh I.
The large majority of our audience come directly to our site each and every day. Our large social media platforms also help attract the numbers we pull in.
From the good, the bad, the ugly and everything in between, we bring you the latest, breaking news from right across Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon and Newry & Mourne, as well as the issues that matter elsewhere.
Fast approaching 50,000 social media followers, Armagh I is the biggest digital news platform in Co Armagh.
And with an average of 29,000 unique users each day, we reach the most people with our news in those areas, whether it be directly, social media, search or even through our newsletter.
If you own a business, take advantage of our reach. We offer the best opportunity to target that large customer database for local advertisers.
Get in touch today at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about what we can do for you.
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