Council forAluminium in Building
ADVERTISING RATECARD 2015
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Readership

Aluminium in Architecture's readership is probably the most current and up to date of any media in the architectural aluminium market, as readers can register and de-register in line with their career activity.

Equally as readers leave companies, they are removed from servers as a matter of course, so that the problems of publications going to readers no longer there is resolved.

The current registered readership figure of 7,525 is expected to grow as new subscribers sign up.

Breakdown

Architect, architectural technician. 51%

Window, door, conservatory fabricator 39%

CAB members9%

Other 1%

Advertising Rates

Advertising in Aluminium in Architecture is straightforward, efficient and flexible.

With a simple rate structure of £50 per single column centimetre, you are able to plan your advertising spend to suit your budget.

Ad panels are charged inclusive of animation and hyperlinks, which can be directed to either your web site home page, specific url or e-mail address.


Minimum booking 5 insertions

About Aluminium in Architecture

Aluminium in Architecture, a new electronic monthly business bulletin for the architectural aluminium market is produced by e2b Media Ltd, business-to-business publishers specialising in e-media, on behalf of The Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB).

Carrying all the latest news, ideas and information
about the people, products and issues that concern
this industry, Aluminium in Architecture has been described as 'A superb opportunity for news and products.'

The Ezine is open to all companies active in the market, not just CAB members. However, CAB members get a 15% discount off the standard advertising rates.

Aluminium in Architecture provides a monthly appraisal of what is current in the market, making it an essential read for everyone in the architectural aluminium industry.

Aluminium in Architecture is the most focussed source of industry information available. Its concentration on aluminium lends itself to coverage of news and events. It also provides an unrivalled launch tool for new products and announcements, as well as creating valuable company and product awareness.

Centre Column Advertising


Placement of panels among this section guarantees high levels of visibility for either all types of advertisement.


Minimum booking 5 insertions

Centre column advertising offers huge benefits to any advertiser. The latest and breaking news is covered and carried in the centre column, and as such is viewed by the entire readership for items of specific interest.

 

 


About Aluminium in Architecture
The readership of Aluminium in Architecture is a mixture of architects
and specifiers, together with the CAB membership and wider aluminium
fenestration market. If any part of your business involves aluminium
windows, doors, conservatories or shopfronts, or the hardware and
machinery which complete the package, then you will benefit from
reading Aluminium in Architecture every month. Aluminium in
Architecture covers all aluminium products used in building
construction, including cladding, roofing, structure etc.

The CAB Editorial Board comprises Justin Ratcliffe, Patrick England and
Adrian Toon. Editorial covers the whole aluminium market, but editorial
from CAB members is identified with a small CAB logo.

Should you wish to advertise on Aluminium in Architecture
please contact ainazine@sky.com
or telephone 01923 461527, mobile 07977-981753.

www.aluminiuminarchitecture.co.uk

Council for Aluminium in Building
The Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB) was formed in 1994 by the
bringing together of three existing trade associations, the Architectural
Aluminium Association, the Patent Glazing Contractors Association and
the Aluminium Window Association, all of whom had been established
for well over 25 years. Our mission is to support the interests of the
architectural aluminium industry by encouraging the increasing use of
aluminium products in architecture and the construction industry as a
whole, to encourage quality and best practice, to set new technical
standards and protect members' business and contractual interest. In
addition we are driving forward the development of a national training
structure for the sector and have received major grants from the DTI to
assist in this activity. More details can be found here.

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