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HINDUSTAN TIMES FOR TENDER NOTICE ADVERTISEMENTS

by Vaibhav Kumar Pragyan Institute of Education

It is a well-known fact that a Tender refers to the system where any government or a commercial entity invites bids for various projects that require structuring in a specific manner and have to be submitted before a finite deadline or date. Hence, a Tender is publicly announced to suppliers and vendors and invite bids from them.

Such announcements are usually made via newspapers. Printed news journals are one of the best channels that have been in use to book Tender Notices for many years now. Hindustan Times is one such news journal that provides ad space for such notices on a regular basis and companies and organizations publish their Tender Notices in this coveted news broadsheet. They book Hindustan Times Tender Notice Classified Display Ads, classified text ads and display adverts depending upon their budget as the prices of all the three types of ad posts are different. Hindustan Times is published all across the nation and comes in various editions therefore one can book Tender Notice Advertisement for any city of their choice.

Say for instance you want make Tender Notice ad booking for Mumbai, you can reserve your ad slot in Hindustan Times for the same as the newspaper is quite popular in the Financial capital of the country. However, you need to be careful of the fact that the news journal is very popular and its advert space is quite sought after hence the ad space prices are very high! If you will approach the newspaper directly then you will certainly burn a hole in your pocket. However, if you take the help of a newspaper classified ad agency then it will provide a relief to your pocket!

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About Vaibhav Kumar Advanced   Pragyan Institute of Education

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