Experiment in Labtests

  • Advertising
  • September 8, 2009
  • Frances Chan
Experiment in Labtests

LabtestsInWaiting has just signed up Labtests to display InWaiting advertising in all 52 of their sites throughout Auckland. Labtests has recently taken over from Diagnostic MedLab as preferred supplier for diagnostic testing in the Auckland region. Their waiting rooms are forecast to see around 59,000 visitors per week. InWaiting supplies free magazines impacted with advertising on the front, back and inside covers.

InWaiting’s most recent campaign saw Healtheries tea being offered to hair salon clients. A total of 92,400 cups of tea were sampled. An estimated 220,000 people in the salons saw the ad campaign. Stay tuned for results of the Labtest experiment.

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IABNZ Q3 Revenue Report: interactive revenue grows to $266 million

  • Advertising
  • November 16, 2018
  • StopPress Team
IABNZ Q3 Revenue Report: interactive revenue grows to $266 million

IABNZ’s Internet Advertising Report for Q3 2018 has been released, with total revenue reaching $266 million for the quarter representing 13 percent growth year-on-year.

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