Enquirer boosts its reach into construction giants

Grant Prior 7 years ago
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The Enquirer is being read by thousands of people every morning at the industry’s biggest players.

Our daily newsletter now goes to more than 44,000 subscribers every morning.

And latest analysis of our readership highlights the Enquirer’s unrivalled reach into the heart of major construction companies.

The figures come as latest circulation numbers show traditional print construction titles continue to decline.

Construction News has dropped to a weekly print circulation of just 7,926 in the last 12 months.

Industry professionals are deserting paid-for titles as the Enquirer continues to break the biggest stories online for free.

Top-ten companies and number of subscribers to daily newsletter

  • Kier: 814
  • Laing O’Rourke: 810
  • Balfour Beatty: 650
  • Willmott Dixon: 453
  • Skanska: 444
  • BAM: 442
  • Wates: 350
  • Mace: 346
  • Carillion: 346
  • Morgan Sindall: 333

That reach is replicated at thousands of specialist contractors where the Enquirer is an essential daily read for owners and management.

Sales departments of major industry suppliers like Kingspan and SIG also subscribe to the Enquirer in their hundreds for valuable work leads while all key construction clients are avid readers.

Our growing recruitment section also puts your vacancies in front of the industry’s largest audience of employed professionals looking for their next career move.

Our latest reader survey showed 70% of subscribers are contractors alongside 15% who are clients and professionals and 15% materials and equipment suppliers.

Editor Aaron Morby said: “Traditional construction media cannot compete with our audience and reach into industry decision makers.

“Readers now expect their news online and advertisers are following them to guarantee the highest exposure for their products and services.

“Readers rely on the Enquirer for the latest news delivered in a fast and simple to read format, written by people who understand construction.”

To discuss your advertising requirements please contact:

Jenny Martin, Sales Director
jenny.martin@constructionenquirer.com
Tel: 07803 523339

Paula Millsom, Recruitment Sales
paula.millsom@constructionenquirer.com
Tel: 07939 152081

 

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