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Advertising on DIGITIMES

This site offers different options for added-value and industry brand promotion targeting readers in specific segments. In addition to web-based advertisements, we offer text/banner ads in our free daily emails to over 35,000 subscribers. For the web ads format, GIF, JPEG and flash files are all acceptable. Please contact Sylvia Wu for more details or if you would like to discuss other positions or formats.

If you are interested in advertising on our Chinese-language daily newspaper and Chinese-language websites please visit DIGITIMES Traditional Chinese media advertising.

Run of site (ROS): a run-of-site campaign will rotate randomly throughout the home page and other pages.

Run-of-category (ROC): run-of-category ads capture specific DIGITIMES readers. They are available in IT + CE, Mobile + telecom, Bits + chips, Displays, LED and Green energy.

  

1. IT + CE - running through PC, mobile computing, computer components and CE pages

  

2. Mobile + telecom - running through mobile phone, telecom and other mobile devices pages

 

3. Bits+chips - running through semiconductor, memory and component pages

 

4. Displays - running through LCD panel and monitor pages

 

5. LED - running through LED components, devices and applications pages

 

6. Green energy - running through upstream and downstream solar pages

   

Ad unit

Dimensions
(W x H pixels)

Maximum file size

ROS ads rate
(US$ CPM*)

ROC ads rate
(US$ CPM*)

Leaderboard

728 x 90

30K

80

100

Top rectangle

210 x 90

20K

30

40

Large rectangle

336 x 280

30K

70

90

Email text**

5 days, 7-word headline, 240-character text

US$4,500 per week

* Cost-per-thousand
**Minimum 150,000 impressions per week

1. The advertising rates listed above do not include a 5% VAT, and any advertising design and material preparation fees required by the customer.

2. Rates above based on cost-per-thousand (CPM). For example: 100,000 impressions at $30 CPM = $3,000. Minimum purchased impressions: 50,000. Recommended: 150,000 impressions.

3. For advertising on this site, contact: Sylvia Wu, +886-2-8712-8866 ext 740.

4. For advertising in our Chinese-language daily newspaper and website, contact: Chih-Feng Chen, +886-2-8712-8866 ext 703.

5. Other positions also available, please request (e.g. banners, XXL leaderbords, wide skyscrapers, half banner).

 

Ad position samples:

       

Leaderboard/XXL Leaderboard

Top rectangle

       
     

Large rectangle



Large rectangle



Large rectangle

     
     
     
     
     
 
 
 
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    Bits + chips | 3h 49min ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h 2min ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h 3min ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h 3min ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h 3min ago

  • LED light bulb prices fall in Europe, China markets

    Before Going to Press | 4h 5min ago

  • NAND flash contract prices see modest drop in 1H December, says DRAMeXchange

    Before Going to Press | 4h 6min ago

  • Global Ultra HD TV penetration to rise to 14.2%, says WitsView

    Before Going to Press | 4h 6min ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h 8min ago

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    Before Going to Press | 4h 9min ago

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