Prepare for Your end-of-Year Advertising Push with Arutz Sheva

With a readership ranging from 18 to 65+, we have an audience for every type of marketing campaign you’re looking to run.

Communicated Content, | updated: 15:48

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Prepare for Your End of Year Marketing Push With Arutz Sheva

As the end of the secular year approaches, many businesses and organizations see a flurry of traffic. Events like black Friday prompt extra shopping and online purchases. The upcoming tax season inspires people to give more.

This is a great time to get your business or cause noticed – and if you’re marketing to a Jewish audience, Arutz Sheva is the perfect destination. With over 1.3 million visits on average every month, which translates into over 8 million page views, there’s lots of potential to get your ad seen by a relevant audience.

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We offer a variety of different ad types – from banner ads throughout the site to native content that drives high amounts of engagement. We also offer premium placements in prominent locations throughout the site, perfect or short-term, high visibility campaigns like Black Friday or crowdfunding events.

Most of our readers are based out of North America, but our ads can be targeted to wherever you’d like people to see them, down to individual states. Most of our users come through mobile, and we allow you to target people based off the types of devices they use.

Click here to learn more about advertising on Arutz Sheva

With a readership ranging from 18 to 65+, we have an audience for every type of marketing campaign you’re looking to run, and with 24-hour coverage, people know they can come to Arutz Shava for the latest breaking news – and they’ll see your campaigns in the process.

Contact our advertising department today, we’ll be happy to assist you with every aspect of planning and running your campaign, including special end-of-year packages and discounts.

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