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One of the most daunting tasks for Christian marketers is to find a reliable news source and advertising platform where they can share their brand. During this unique time in history where the division of politics, beliefs, and Faith is prevalent across every news platform and social media feed, this task is borderline impossible. The division is widespread and found in families, communities, and political circles where important conversations and decisions are being made daily.
As a marketer in the Faith sector, you are looking for how to replace the consumers lost by the closure of the Family and Lifeway stores. Connecting with the post-CBA audience has never been more important. You have to be searching for where and how you can reach your target audiences with the products and services you have to deliver, especially now, as we are in the heart of this year’s COVID-restricted, polarized election season.
With much of the mainstream media either ignoring or outright censoring Christian values and messages, there is one mainstream news source that holds Conservative Christian beliefs where you can promote your Christian-focused products and services to your ideal target audience with confidence: The Washington Times.
Who is The Washington Times?
The Washington Times is one of the most trusted Conservative digital and print news sources in America, ranking #2 as the most visited Conservative-learning website behind Fox News.
With a consistent 20 million unique visitors each month, The Washington Times has one of the largest Christian audiences of engaged readers that your brand can capitalize on and use to promote faith-based products and services.
Of course in this election season, you can promote your election cycle products and services, but The Washington Times’ readership is interested in far more than just politics.
From the Mission Statement: “Presidents, powerbrokers and world leaders rely on our coverage, but The Washington Times was founded to represent readers outside the Capital Beltway by promoting American values – freedom, faith and family – and to challenge a media establishment catering to coastal elites.”
According to the Executive Vice President of The Washington Times, Joe Teipe, “We have more unique and engaged users visiting our site than ever before and the commitment from our readers and the trust they place in our reporting is clear as we continue to experience record-breaking growth in our full-price paid digital subscriptions.”
This dedicated audience consists not only of visitors who engage with free content, but it also includes a large number of paid digital subscribers–offering yet a deeper level of target audience validation for your advertising.
Unique to TWT, not only can you reach their massive U.S. digital readership, The Washington Times continues to distribute a printed edition that is read daily throughout at the highest levels of government, business and NGO’s in Washington D.C., at the White House, the Pentagon, the offices of the U.S. Senators and Congressmen, as well as other federal, foreign, state, and private agencies. The people who engage with The Washington Times are in positions of influence and leadership.
What can The Washington Times do For You?
Not only does The Washington Times provide award-winning reporting, news, and commentary through a variety of media platforms, but it also offers unique advertising solutions for Faith-based marketers.
“The Washington Times is on a solid growth trajectory in 2020 with significant and meaningful increases in the digital metrics that are important to advertisers,” according to Joe Teipe, EVP.
One of the most significant challenges for marketers is to get the product or service you are promoting to the right people, at the right time, and in the best way to increase reach, engagement, and conversion.
The Washington Times has the audience you need with proven marketing and advertising solutions available to promote your political and election-related products now, as well as your Christian and faith-based products and services year-round.
The Washington Times offers customizable advertising and marketing packages that include…
- Digital mobile & web platforms for advertisements and campaigns
- Direct Email marketing solutions to millions through The Washington Times’ email database, segmentable by geo and gender to target your ideal audience
- Daily Email News Updates including Breaking News marketing solutions delivered at least twice daily to TWT’s email database
- Social media outreach to The Washington Times’ 693K followers
- News to you–with The Washington Times staff attending your event and promoting it live on relevant platforms
- Book Discovery promotional packages with affordable price points for any author or publisher
- Special News and Advertorial Sections devoted to timely topics. Past Special Sections have included The Bible, Prayer, Christian Entertainment, and others.
- And much, much more!
If you are looking for a reliable, trustworthy print and digital source to promote your Christian products and services, The Washington Times is the right place for you.
Whether you want a long-term relationship or are simply looking for another key advertising opportunity, TWT has proven solutions to meet and exceed your marketing needs.
The Washington Times:
Reliable Reporting. The Right Opinion.
Your Christian Advertising Solution.
Your Christian products and services are vital during this time, as people in every community are searching to make sense out of the chaos, turning to trustworthy brands like The Washington Times who align with their values and beliefs.
You can reach this audience and truly make a difference.
The Washington Times is part of FrontGate Media’s Digital Media Network. We provide you with the platform and resources you have been looking for to market to your ideal audience during this season. Now is the time to expand your reach and make an impact.
Contact FrontGate Media today to learn more about advertising your Faith-based products and services with The Washington Times.