Book and Site Advert, a sneak preview

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MSE_MartinMSE_Martin MoneySaving Expert
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Site Feedback
From 16 Jan across the tube in London there is going to be an advert for the Money Diet by the publishers. It will run for two weeks and will be on many station platforms. I managed to persuade the publishers to let me piggyback an advert for the site within it, and thought I would give you all a sneak preview.

Martin

If you've not read about the Money Diet book or how to get it for less read full details here (cheapest cover price Amazon £3.99)

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  • iwanttosave_2iwanttosave_2 Forumite
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    aaaaaaarrrrrrrrggggggggghhhhh, as if the site isn't busy enough :rolleyes: Like the ad though, very eye catching.

    Two words. stripy and shirt :rolleyes:

    :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
    Work like you don't need money,
    Love like you've never been hurt,
    And dance like no one's watching
    Save the cheerleader, save the world!
  • skylightskylight Forumite
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    Thats going to be a flammin great big advert!!!!

    Have you seen a full size one yet???? I suppose seeing yourself on TV is one thing, but a great big double the size of yourself might be a bit freaky!

    Know which platforms we have to go to yet? And do we get any commissions for making loud remarks/ pointing it out to other travellers??

    Back to the point - nice ad - bright and colourful (and a stripey shirt!)
  • MSE_MartinMSE_Martin MoneySaving Expert
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    No I've not seen a full size one yet - apparently I am going to be nine feet tall. Sadly that makes it a very non-MoneySaving venture for me as it means I am going to have to avoid the tube for two weeks! Its going to be at 80 stations, if you folks would like I can add a list of them in...

    Martin
    Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert.
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  • MSE_Martin wrote:
    No I've not seen a full size one yet ... I am going to have to avoid the tube for two weeks! Its going to be at 80 stations...

    Martin
    I have to avoid certain places too Martin. 1a_y_tongue1.gif
  • minimini Forumite
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    being nine feet tall isn't very mony saving, your stripey shirts would cost even more!
  • almost looks like your zip is undone on that pic, the curse of the button fly? :D
  • Great something else to distract me driving the train into the platform:)
  • innovateinnovate
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    Super!

    Would be great to see this ad in some of the daylies as well - that way the 80% or so of people who don't live/work in London also stand a chance to get alerted

    Another idea would be trains and/or Post Offices - though I have no idea how much it costs to advertise with them.
  • MSE_MartinMSE_Martin MoneySaving Expert
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    Hi innovate

    I believe the publishers have tried to pick the most cost efective form of ad possible, the budget isn't too big. The tube reaches a lot of people but importantly also has good 'read time' which is useful for a concept like MoneySaving which many haven't heard of before :)

    martin
    Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert.
    Please note, answers don't constitute financial advice, it is based on generalised journalistic research. Always ensure any decision is made with regards to your own individual circumstance.
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  • Advert is great, I love reading the ad's on the tube... :T
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