Techday's different story types explained
At Techday we have a number of different types of stories. They fit into two broad groups, Quickfire and Sponsored.
At the same time, we sell everything we offer on a unit basis, we call these 'editorial units'.
You can buy as many or as few 'editorial units' as you like and they never expire.
All of our Quickfire options cost $1,050 (or 1 editorial unit on contract). These are our lowest cost options although there is no sacrifice in the quality of the end result, the process is run very efficiently.
The key thing to understand with our Quickfire options is that you have limited editorial control and you can't include links. We will definitely correct factual errors.
Within the Quickfire options we have:
- Press release coverage
- Byline publishing
- Written interviews
- Video interviews (for the readers these are known as 10-minute IT Jams).
When you really want to exert full editorial control, with call-to-action links, then you need to look at our 'Sponsored' options.
This is your content, you influence each part of it and your feedback is an important part of the process.
Within the Sponsored options we have:
- Byline publishing (with links & editorial control)
- Product reviews (with links & editorial control)
- Written interviews (with links & editorial control)
The cost on our 'Sponsored' options vary between $2,100 and $3,150.
Regardless of which option you choose, each story runs on 3-5 of Techday's sites. This is from our network of 19 tech news sites across APAC.
Also, awesome in-depth statistical reporting is included. We are confident you will be impressed.
All of this is visually explained on our media kits. You can find our media kits at the bottom of these pages:
If you have any additional questions or would like to book a story with us, contact your digital account manager or email Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org