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Advertising in MoneyWeek

To book magazine, email or website advertising, please contact:

Abdul Abad, account director, +44 (0)20 3890 3933, abdul.abad@futurenet.com

To check production/layout of ads in the magazine, please contact Kevin Cook-Fielding, art director kevin.cook-fielding@futurenet.com

Magazine advertising

MoneyWeek provides intelligent, easy-to-read analysis of the week's financial news, with practical investment advice for private investors. Opinionated and enjoyable, MoneyWeek covers all areas of investing – property, shares, funds, commodities, etc, – both in the UK and globally.

The reader

MoneyWeek is read by the cash rich/time poor who wish to take an interest in their finances, but do not want to wade through the financial pages of broadsheets, or those of other specialist financial magazines.

Basic facts

  • The UK's best selling financial magazine
  • ABC for MoneyWeek magazine, Jul – Dec 2016: 46,498
  • 93% male
  • 35-64 years old
  • 21% board directors
  • Mean personal net worth is £989,000*
  • 20% of subscribers have personal net worth of more than £1 million*
  • Mean personal income is £81,000
  • Sources: ABC Jul – Dec 2014, BSB Media research, 2015
  • *Excluding the value of their home

Magazine production specs

  • Full Page: 210mm wide x 297mm deep + 3mm bleed
  • Format: ads may be provided as a 'pass for press' quality PDF. All pictures used must be CMYK.
  • Delivery: 'pass for press' quality PDFs can be supplied on CD or sent by email.
  • Please supply all ads and direct any production/layout questions to Michael Hills, michael_hills@dennis.co.uk
  • Address: MoneyWeek Ltd, 121-141 Westbourne Terrace, London W2 6JR
  • Magazine page rate
  • Consumer page = £4,000
  • Finance/corporate page = £5,000

Advertising in Money Morning

Money Morning is a free daily investment newsletter from the publishers of MoneyWeek. As with the magazine it is concise and enjoyable, and covers:

  • What's happening in the markets.
  • The latest investment opportunities that our readers can profit from.
  • How the day's economic and political developments will affect our readers' wealth.
  • Refreshingly different investment insights in recommended articles every day.
  • Basic facts
  • 89% are male
  • 35-64 years old
  • 18% board directors
  • Mean value of investments is £653,000*
  • Mean personal income is £72,000
  • The Money Morning newsletter is referred to on a daily basis by 38% of readers. 83% refer to it at least 3-4 times a week
  • Daily distribution: 100,000, Monday to Friday
  • Source: BSB Media research, 2015
  • *Excluding the value of their home

All newsletter readers have opted in (via the MoneyWeek website, other online campaigns, and direct mail).

The newsletter list is cleaned of repeated bounce-backs and old addresses once a month.

Rates

Advertising opportunity for one Solus email per week, broadcast every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

  • Rate: £100 per 1,000. + Banner, 468x60: £500 per email

Production specs

For Solus email: Standard HTML only. CSS not supported. Static content only, no videos or gifs, images must be hosted by client and links in place. Email should be 600px wide, it can be as long as needed as a scrollbar will be added. Creative should be sent to kirsty_bygraves@dennis.co.uk seven days before broadcast.

Advertising on MoneyWeek.com

MoneyWeek.com is the digital extension of the MoneyWeek brand and as such provides intelligent, opinionated yet accessible articles on every area of investing. It works in conjunction with the magazine, providing extra information on magazine features, tracking the magazine's share tips, providing an enormous database of past articles and now featuring unique editorial.

Basic facts

  • 960,000 page impressions a month
  • 522,000 visits a month
  • 345,000 are unique users
  • Audience profile
  • 94% Male
  • 35-64 years old
  • 16% are board directors
  • Mean personal net worth is £808,000*
  • Mean personal income is £73,000
  • 51% visit the site on an at least weekly basis
  • Source: BSB Media research, 2015
  • *Excluding the value of their home

Advertising rate

  • Billboard- £35 cpm
  • Half Page - £35 cpm
  • Leaderboards - £25 cpm
  • MPU - £20 cpm
  • Skins - £45 cpm

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