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DIGITIMES Traditional Chinese media advertising

In addition to the English website, DIGITIMES offers Chinese (www.digitimes.com/tw, www.digitimes.com/cn) websites, as well as publishing a traditional Chinese newspaper in Taiwan. These media are very good vehicles for promoting companies and products to the Taiwan and China markets. The Chinese sites also offer text/banner ads in daily emails and an E-DM service delivered to about 60,000 opt-in email addresses (Chinese subscribers). Please contact Jessica Chen for more details or to discuss other advertising positions or formats.

If you are interested in advertising on our English-language website please visit Advertising on DIGITIMES.

Homepage

Ad unit/type

WxH (pixel)

Price US$/month

Max. file size (K)

Notes

Leaderboard

728*90

3,200

30

- Rotation

- 200,000 impressions´╝Ćmonth

Top Rectangle

210*90

2,200

20

Super Leaderboard

960*120

5,000

60

Large Rectangle (1)

336*280

2,500

30

Large Rectangle (2)

336*280

2,200

30

Last update: 2012/4/17

Tech-News Channel

Ad unit/type

WxH (pixel)

Price US$/month

Max. file size (K)

Notes

Leaderboard

728*90

2,600

30

- Rotation

- 200,000 impressions´╝Ćmonth

Top Rectangle

210*90

2,000

20

Super Leaderboard

960*120

4,300

60

Large Rectangle (1)

336*280

2,200

30

Large Rectangle (2)

336*280

1,900

30

Last update: 2012/4/17

1. Other positions and bundle packages are available to suit most needs. Please contact DIGITIMES to request more details for the Chinese-language daily newspaper and website: Jessica Chen, +886-2-8712-8866 ext 827

2. A video or audio advertisement can be used for any advertisement, but the price is double the list price for that position, and the file size cannot exceed 1MB.

3. Since Ad space is limited, impression total and consigned ad spaces need to be reserved before a contract is signed.

4. Ad files are designed by customers and need to be submitted three days prior to publication.

5. DIGITIMES can help prepare the Ad files for an additional charge, and customers are required to submit all necessary information 7 days prior to publication of the ad.

6. Files in JPEG, GIF and Flash formats are acceptable, but file sizes must comply with DIGITIMES specifications.

7. All advertisement rates exclude a 5% business tax, and DIGITIMES reserves the right to change the rates without prior notification.

DIGITIMES Chinese E-DMs

Ad unit/type

WxH (pixels)

Rate (US$)

Max. file size (KB)

Notes

E-DM

Max.540 pixels wide

2,000/issue

45

- File size: Max. 45KB

- Width: <540 pixels

- >60,000 opt-in email addresses (Chinese subscribers)

Last update: 2012/4/17

1. For a sample of a Chinese EDM, please visit: http://www.digitimes.com.tw/tw/advertising/adill/E_07.html

2. Please contact DIGITIMES to request more details for Chinese-language marketing channels: Jessica Chen, +886-2-8712-8866 ext 827

3. Since ad space is limited, designated ad space must be reserved before a contract is signed.

4. Images for an EDM must be GIF or JPEG (Flash files are not acceptable), and file sizes must comply with the DIGITIMES specifications. Customer ad files need to be submitted three days prior to the date the ad is placed.

5. DIGITIMES can help prepare the Ad files for an additional charge, and customers are required to submit all necessary information 7 days prior to publication of the ad.

6. All advertisement rates exclude a 5% business tax, and DIGITIMES reserves the right to change the rates without prior notification.

 

Website position samples:

       

Leaderboard/Super Leaderboard

Top Rectangle

       
     

Large Rectangle (1)



Large Rectangle (2)



Large Rectangle (3)

     
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
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