ISLAM HERE Newspaper:
Islam Here Newspaper is based in the Western Cape and connects you with the largest concentration of Muslims living within a city outside of the Muslim world. Cape Town notably has a significantly large population of Muslims in the city and stands as an important demographic with regards to marketing in the Western Cape.
- Print-run: 40’000 (Forty thousand) copies
- Distribution locations: All registered mosques, learning institutions, shopping mall prayer rooms and to businesses.
- Distribution areas: Southern Suburbs; Northern Suburbs; Atlantic Seaboard; South Peninsula; City Bowl; Cape Flats; Helderberg & West Coast. Please see our mosque circulation map here.
- Distribution dates: The Newspaper is distributed on the last Friday of the month, every month. Please see our scheduled dates of distribution here.
- Newspaper dimensions: 400mm x 267mm Tabloid Newsprint. Please see size and colour specifications here.
- Advertising rates: We have settled our advertising rates for 2017. Please click here to download the PDF media card.
- Design of advertisement: Design of Advertisements are always offer to our clients FREE-of-charge. As a company policy we strive to make sure that the finished product, before it reaches the many thousands of readers, is of the utmost quality. We see advertising within the publication as a co-endorsement of two or more brands, and will make sure that all designs not only fit the corporate instruction of our clients but also match the upmarket approach of our publication as well.
- Booking: The booking procedure for advertising in ISLAM HERE Newspaper is an easy and simple process. Download the Booking form here, and make sure to fill in your company and account holder details for billing purposes, as well as for the size and position for the advertisement required. Signature the document and our sales team will handle everything from there.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why distribution on a Friday?
This gives our clients guaranteed exposure to an already ‘Captured Audience’ as Muslims are obligated to attend mosques around Cape Town on that day.
Why the last Friday of the month and not the first?
This gives our clients access to the Audience closer around payday when specials are mostly advertised and marketing is of the most benefit.
What do people do with our Newspaper?
They collect them. Named ‘ISLAM HERE’, the audience is less likely to throw the newspaper away. In fact we repeatedly get requests for back copies from readers. This gives our advertisers continued exposure.