Navbharat Times Property Classified Advertisement Booking Online
The most cost-effective way to sell, buy, rent or lease property of any category — residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, agricultural or any other — anywhere, is through placing ads in newspapers. The wider its reach the better for the advertiser.
Navbharat Times (NBT) is among India’s largest circulated as well as widest read broadsheet Hindi newspapers of Delhi and Mumbai and Lucknow. From the stable of Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd, which also publishes other dailies like The Times of India, The Economic Times and Maharashtra Times, NBT, with a daily circulation of 769,146 as of November 2015 (as per the Audit Bureau of Circulations), has been the No. 1 newspaper in the respective cities since its inception.
One can advertise in NBT in all formats:
• Navbharat Times Property Classifieds Text: Also known as Run-on-Line ads, these are the cheapest, being charged on the basis of the number of lines/characters/ words used in the text.
• Navbharat Times Property Classified Display: Also known as column ads, these are costlier, being calculated according to the sq. cms taken up by the ad and are available both in coloured and black and white formats besides permitting enhancements like colour screen, visuals and logos.
• Navbharat Times Property Display: These have no restrictions of colour, size of page and are the costliest format, also being charged according to the sq. cms taken up by the ad.
From anywhere in India, the fastest and most efficient way to place property ads in Navbharat Times newspaper is through Myadvtcorner, the online facility of an INS-accredited ad agency which offers such free services as the latest Navbharat Times property ad rates, since they vary, provides Navbharat Times property ad samples, does NBT property ad booking online and books real estate ads in Navbharat Times as well as property for sale and rent in Navbharat Times.
So, depend on this instant facility at your fingertips when wanting to place Navbharat Times property advertisements.