Washington Post, American City Business Journals Group, Bloomberg Businessweek and Fort Worth Star-Telegram generate high viewership to their Brand View profiles. See what they’re doing right.
George Bartman, Vice President, Sales
In the last quarter of 2017, buyers viewed an average of 71 Brand View profiles per month. Get inspired by a few of the most frequently viewed profiles before you start creating your own.
Newspapers: Washington Post
Washington Post’s profile is fully developed with audience and digital data alongside circulation data for all of its print publications. View the profile.
Business Publications: American City Business Journals Group
American City Business Journals developed Brand View profiles for each of its markets and then took it a step further and created a group profile featuring print and digital data for a variety of distribution channels. View the profile.
Magazines: Bloomberg Businessweek
Bloomberg Businessweek focuses on circulation data with visual representation from several magazine covers and a link to their media kit. View the profile.
Newspapers: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Like the Washinton Post, Fort Worth Star-Telegram takes advantage of all that Brand View has to offer with detailed information on their audience, affiliated publications and website. View the profile.
Ready to start your free Brand View profile? Watch our video and download our quick-start guide to walk you through the process. If you’d like help creating a profile, magazines can contact me or Danielle O’Connell at 212-867-8992 and newspapers can contact Kevin Rehberg at 224-366-2401.