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Times of India Tour and Travel Advertisement Booking Online

 

India’s travel market is worth around Rs. 1,13,000 crores and growing. Whether travelling by road, rail, boat or air, travellers need to be assured of the most comfortable journey and accommodation and the sources that make the necessary paperwork smooth — including tickets, reservations, visas and related facilities like hotels, resorts, holidays or guest accommodation — in the most hassle-free manner. Thus, to reach this huge audience, those in the travel business need to advertise, especially in newspapers which are most cost-effective.

 

The Times of India (TOI) is an English broadsheet daily newspaper that is India’s third-biggest newspaper by daily circulation — which was certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulations at 3,057,678 (as of Jul-Dec 2015) — and the world’s largest selling English-language daily.

 

It carries ads in the following formats:

 

• The Times of India Tour and Travel Classifieds Text: These are simple run-on-line (ROL) text ads that are charged by the word/line.

• The Times of India Tour and Travel Classifieds Display: These ads allow enhancements though colours, visuals and logos and are charged by the sq. cm.

• The Times of India Tour and Travel Display: These ads have no restrictions about colour, size or page and are also charged by the sq. cm.

 

From anywhere in India, the fastest and smoothest way to place The Times of India travel ads is through Myadvtcorner, the online facility of an INS-accredited ad agency which provides free services like The Times of India tour and travel ad rates, which vary according to the edition, provides The Times of India travel ad samples, does The Times of India travel ad booking online and books not only advertising for flight tickets, bus tickets, cruise, tour packages and holiday packages in The Times of India but also travel agent/agencies advertisements in The Times of India while doing travel advertising in The Times of India.