Enquirer celebrates second birthday

Grant Prior 10 years ago
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Today marks two years since the Enquirer started sending out its daily newsletters.

The growth in readership has been phenomenal and everyone here at the Enquirer would like to thank our ever-increasing band of readers for their support.

We currently enjoy 625,000 page views a month from 100,000 absolute unique users across the construction industry.

The daily newsletter has 15,000 subscribers with 250+ signing-up every week to receive their morning bulletin before our rivals wake-up.

Enquirer editor Aaron Morby said: “It’s been an exciting couple of years and encouraging to see how the industry has responded to our model of free and fast quality news.

“We aim to give busy industry professionals a snapshot of the news that matters in an easily readable format via their mobiles, desktops or tablets.

“The shift of news online has been rapid and no-one can wait for a printed paper these days to read stories.”

A growing band of companies is now using the Enquirer to promote their products and services.

Our audience of 80% contractors, 15% clients and professionals and 5% materials and equipment suppliers provides the perfect marketplace for advertisers.

Our recruitment section containing only real jobs with named companies is also providing a new route for contractors to find staff.

Morby said: “Many construction companies are questioning the old practice of using a recruitment consultant.

“Often firms have their own recruitment pages and are looking for people to visit them direct.

“We can help them with that by channeling our traffic towards their job pages which can save a lot of money in recruitment consultant commission.

“I’d just like to thank again all our readers and advertisers for their support in the last couple of years and we look forward to keeping construction up with the news for a long time to come.”

For more information on advertising opportunities on the Enquirer contact Sales Director Jenny Martin on

jenny.martin@constructionenquirer.com

Tel: 07956 883057

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