SPECIFICATIONS & RATES
The definitive home for business intelligence on the web, FT.com provides the world’s leading corporate executives with trusted news, analysis, data and tools. With over 13 million monthly users, we reach those in control of the largest budgets, making the biggest decisions and shaping public debate.
monthly readers worldwide
reach of C-suites globally
average business budget
Rich Media Formats
Production & Delivery Contacts
Please deliver your advertising creative and complete tags for testing purposes in line with the lead times detailed in the digital specifications document below. Send your creative to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each advertisement will be treated separately and may have to be approved by a Campaign Manager or FT editorial to ensure it has no detrimental effect on our site or user experience. If there are issues we reserves the right to remove the advertisement from the site.
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On FT.com we offer a blended rate solution, offering one price for digital display advertising that can be run across multiple advertising units. This allows us as a publisher to place the best performing adverts in the best environment. This solution requires advertisers to ideally provide all creative sizes to maximise reach and performance for your campaign. To qualify for blended rates advertisers as a minimum must provide at least an MPU (300x250), otherwise rates increase by 15%.
To reach the greatest number of the most powerful and affluent individuals on the planet, this is the route for you. When you buy the FT reader segment you can trust our readers are of a certain calibre. They are making the biggest decisions for their firms and living an exceptional lifestyle. An FT reader campaign supported by our rigorous data science, allows you to position your brand in front of this elusive audience at unprecedented scale on or off our pages.
We also operate a seasonal pricing model based on supply and demand of Ft.com audience inventory throughout the year, which is detailed below.
FT Readers - Standard Display & News by Email
FT Readers - Rich Media Formats
Live Contextual Targeting allows clients to place their advertising in specific editorial contexts, selected using market-leading AdmantX technology. These segments ensure your brand is seen alongside content that is relevant to your industry or campaign. We offer broadly and narrowly defined semantic and contextual targeting so you can focus your adverts to key themes, subjects and stories.
Live Contextual - Standard Display & News by Email
Live Contextual - Rich Media Formats
Our Behavioural Segments are groups of FT readers that enthuse on particular topics. Built using first party data on a user’s behaviour on FT.com, targets include luxury & HNW, personal investors, institutional investors, business education researchers, technology enthusiasts, business influencer and property enthusiasts.
Behavioural Segments - Standard Display & News by Email
Behavioural Segments - Rich Media Formats
Our Demographic Segments give you access to specific high-value audiences based upon our proprietary, declared registration data. Advertisers can have complete confidence that their messages will be placed in front of their target audience as we are able to target by job title and other relevant demographic data-points. Targeting includes C-Suite, business decision-makers, technology decision-makers, financial professionals, business travellers, financial advisors, opinion leaders and wealthy private investors.
Demographic targeting - Standard Display & News by Email
Demographic targeting - Rich Media Formats
Our Bespoke Audience allow advertisers to build a unique audience from our First Part Data to build unique and highly targeted campaign. A Bespoke audience gives you access to specific high-value audiences based upon our proprietary, declared registration data. Advertisers can have complete confidence that their messages will be placed in front of their target audience as we are able to target by job title and other relevant demographic data-points.