Why is Anandabazar Patrika Loved for Matrimonial Advertising

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Anandabazar Patrika (ABP) is a Bengali newspaper started in 1922 and also published with Kolkata, New Delhi and also Mumbai through the ABP Group. It is also printed from Birbhum, Howrah, Purulia, Medinipur, Murshidabad as well as other places inside West Bengal.

According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, ABP has a circulation of 1.28 million copies making it the largest circulation for a single-edition, regional language newspaper in India. According to Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2012, it is the most widely-read Bengali newspaper in India with a readership of 58.59 lakh. Thus, ABP is the top Bengali newspaper in India by readership.

Such impressive figures came only because ABP has made its mark on Bengali readers’ minds by providing both exceptional and unbiased news content and being an excellent platform for advertisers with a complete platform for classified or display advertising. Nor is ABP favoured only for commercial advertising. It is the front-runner for a whole range of personal advertisements such as change of name, personal greetings, obituary and, most popularly, matrimonial advertising.

Well known for its Sunday matrimony-specific supplement, Patro-Patri (Groom-Bride) along with the main newspaper, ABP is in heavy demand every Sunday. From Kolkata, across West Bengal and elsewhere where ABP has a readership, this matrimony supplement Patro-Patri is the most popular and preferred newspaper matrimonial advertising medium for Bengalis – and even non-Bengalis seeking matches in the Bengali community. The advertiser is offered an attractive package of availing of space in this supplement.

The matrimonial advertising package becomes more lucrative when combined with ABPs sister publication The Telegraph, an English daily from Kolkata. These packages offer heavy discounts to matrimonial advertisers while simultaneously taking their advertisements further with the advantage of advertising in two newspapers at once.

All these benefits will accrue to advertisers at the lowest rates and instantly through myadvtcorner.com. Part of a fully INS-accredited advertising agency, myadvtcorner.com benefits advertisers by also providing professional copywriting and visualising support in addition to media contacts and advice with regard to display or classified ads and the most suitable publication anywhere in India for the advertiser.

The advantage of booking the matrimonial ad via myadvtcorner.com, online, is that it saves the advertiser a lot of time who can also make the payments also online. We offer all online payment options which include credit card, debit card, cash card, ATM card, Mastercard, Netbanking, RTGS, NEFT. Please select any of the payment mode which is suitable for you.

Once the payment is received, you receive an online invoice in your email ID which is a confirmation of the ad booked through myadvtcorner.com and that it is due for release on your preferred dates. However, to ensure that your advertisement published on time, you must book your matrimonial ad in Patro-Patri or ABP at least 2-3 days in advance, preferably on Wednesday for it to be conveniently published on Sunday.

Anandabazar Patrika (ABP) is a Bengali newspaper started in 1922 and also published with Kolkata, New Delhi and also Mumbai through the ABP Group.

Anandabazar Patrika (ABP) is a Bengali language daily newspaper started in 1922 and published in Kolkata, New Delhi and Mumbai by the ABP Group. It is also published from Birbhum, Howrah, Purulia, Medinipur, Murshidabad and other places in West Bengal.

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