The Indian Express newspaper: Founded by an ayurvedic doctor, P. Varadarajulu Naidu, in 1931 in what was Madras, the English newspaper, Indian Express, was sold to Swaminathan Sadanand, founder of a national news agency, The Free Press Journal. In 1933 The Indian Express opened in Madurai but, faced with financial difficulties, was sold to Ramanath Goenka. The Delhi edition started in 1953.
After Ramnath Goenka passed away in 1991, the group was split by two of his family into Indian Express Mumbai which had all the North Indian editions, and the southern editions were called Express Madurai Ltd. with its headquarters in Chennai. The former’s publication retained the title of The Indian Express while the latter became The New Indian Express. The Indian Express has nine editions in Mumbai, Pune, Vadodara, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Nagpur, Delhi, Chandigarh, Jammu, Kolkata and Lucknow. Other publications in this group are The Financial Express, Loksatta, Lokpremi and Jansatta.
Why advertising in The Indian Express newspaper provides good value for money.
The circulation of The Indian Express speaks of its popularity with its specific readers. That means advertisers get more value for money when they advertise in Indian Express to those readers.
The Indian Express Newspaper Ads can be placed in diverse categories. These include Matrimonials (Brides Wanted and Grooms Wanted), Property (buy, sell, lease and rent real estate), Change of Name, Lost and Found, Motor Vehicles, Missing Persons, Business, Retail, Finance, Obituaries, Remembrances, Situations Vacant (and Wanted) and many more. Each of these has its own rates and some periodically offer rebates, discounts and/or special package deals.
What newspaper classified ads are:
The Indian Express Classified Advertisements are of two kinds – Text Classified and Display Classified ads. These are published in the classified section of The Indian Express.
Display Ads in The Indian Express can be booked for any size, colour or page from front to back and in different parts of different pages – again at varying rates.
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To post an ad in The Indian Express:
• Choose whichever category you wish to advertise in The Indian Express, select edition/city.
• Choose the publishing date from the calendar and compose your ad.
• Make the payment choosing from online or offline payment options.
When you have successfully made your payment, you will receive an auto-generated invoice.