INDEPENDENT NEWS joins Think Digital Media

Published: Mon 24 Nov 2008 10:57 AM joins Think Digital Media, the official website of the New Zealand real estate industry, is the latest site to join the newly formed Think Digital Media collection of sites.
As New Zealand’s biggest real estate site, provides the most comprehensive selection of listings across all categories of real estate with over 100,000 featured at any one time. This equates to over 90% of all properties currently marketed by real estate professionals.
Launched in August 2006, attracts an audience of 82,000 per week and keeps property-hunters engaged on the site for 9 minutes and 18 seconds – just under two minutes longer than the market average.
Andrew Miller, Director - Think Digital Media says, “ is ideal for reaching highly engaged, serious property buyers who are in need of a range of services as part of their purchase or rental. This site further strengthens our advertising offering - especially to those in the banking, insurance, removal and utilities sectors.” offers advertisers significant sponsorship opportunities and highly targeted advertising – by region, price and property type. Further information regarding advertising opportunities can be found at
About Think Digital Media
Think Digital Media was launched in November 2008, when APN Online identified a need from the market for an easier and more focused service. Think Digital Media connects advertisers with an engaged audience through a collection of well-respected sites and verticals - news, business, sport, entertainment, lifestyle, youth and women.

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