Interest grows in adhub

  • Digital
  • March 18, 2012
  • StopPress Team
Interest grows in adhub

From 1 April 2012 APN Online's adhub will solely represent Interest.co.nz – NZ’s premium source of financial information. The website is one of New Zealand’s biggest online publishing successes, with many of its video presenters and journalists, like the esteemed Bernard Hickey, now key commentators on everything financial, from mortgage rates to personal finance. The site has a solid stable of advertisers and an ever-increasing, loyal fan-base. Interest.co.nz has been represented by the Trade Me advertising team since 1 May 2009.

Yael Milbank, head of adverting at Trade Me said: “Bernard Hickey and his team do a great job, but it’s a good time for us to go our separate ways as our primary focus is on Trade Me’s core advertising business and the further development of our behavioural targeting products.”

Interest.co.nz’s Bernard Hickey said: “We provide a lot of sophisticated data and market insights to our users absolutely free, so advertising revenue is very important to us. Adhub has great relationships in the market and it makes sense to partner with them as the largest local network in New Zealand. Trade Me has done an excellent job for us, but we’re very excited to see how a specialist third-party sales agency like adhub can grow our advertising revenue even further, through strong publishing and advertising partnerships and exciting technology enhancements like behavioural targeting.”

Adhub’s Josh Borthwick said: “We’re very excited to have Interest.co.nz in our stable. We already have some fantastic arrangements in place to target high-net-worth individuals and Interest.co.nz further boosts that arsenal so we can better serve our advertisers.”

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Lost and found: ASB trumpets its alternative to card cancellation woes

  • Advertising
  • August 4, 2015
  • StopPress Team
Lost and found: ASB trumpets its alternative to card cancellation woes

In most instances, losing an item is little more than a frustration, but it can be quite a major problem when the said item is a credit card. Usually, the relisation that a credit card is missing is followed by about 20 minutes of manic searching, 30 minutes of concern about where you were pick-pocketed and then the painful recognition that you'll have to cancel the card for security's sake. Then, once the card is cancelled, nothing is quite as annoying as finding the now useless piece of plastic lying in your wardrobe. And given that its app helps users avoid the panic, ASB has released a new spot that takes a quirky look at a more relaxed search for a lost card.

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