Email Newsletter Advertorials

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Advertorials our eDigest newsletters are among the most powerful and popular options in The Financial Brand’s advertising inventory, with the potential to deliver hundreds of leads!

In this sample eDigest, the last two items are advertorials. Click on the image to view a larger version.

Every day, The Financial Brand sends an email newsletter with a curated selection of our top-performing articles to over 48,500+ subscribers. Hundreds more senior-level banking execs subscribe to these eDigests every month.

eDigest Advertorials put your marketing message in an editorial format that readers simply can’t ignore because they look exactly like summaries of articles published by The Financial Brand. In the sample issue shown on the right, the first three items are articles published by The Financial Brand, followed by two Advertorials (locations “1” and “2”).

There is also a Promotional Text location that sits atop the newsletter’s content (“P” in the sample issue shown on the right), where you can put a marketing message with up to two lines of copy (20 words max) and two links.

eDigest Newsletter Advertorials include:

  • Headline: Up to 10 words
  • Body Copy: Minimum 15 words, maximum 25 words
  • Teaser/Preview Image: 336 x 280 pixels
    (Please note: Images with text or logos are not allowed)
  • Image Format: JPG or PNG up to 75 Kb max (no animated GIFs)
  • Link: URL to your landing page

Tips: The best Advertorials use headlines and copy that feel editorial — like the other article summaries you typically see in The Financial Brand’s email newsletters. And if you’re not already on our email distribution list, subscribe today so you can check out how other advertisers utilize their eDigest Advertorials.

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