Our network delivers millions of adverts every month to an audience that is politically engaged. Our sites offer readers everything from in-depth analysis, to up to the minute news and even the latest political gossip.
The sheer variety of sites on the network means that we reach all types of readers from all political persuasions. We influence the political debate and shape the arguments ahead of the mainstream media. Amongst the keenest readers are political insiders – including journalists -and surveys consistently show that more MPs read our sites than any of our rivals.View our list of sites
With over 25 different websites in our network, we offer must-read content that appeals to different political audiences who have switched from print to online to keep up with the newsflow, policy analysis and gossip.
If you want to engage with Labour MPs and activists we have LabourList and Political Scrapbook, political insiders read Guido Fawkes to keep up with gossip, Government Ministers and activists pore over ConservativeHome daily, and print / broadcast journalists read Political Betting and UKPollingReport for trusted analysis and political intelligence reports.Learn More
We deliver more of the same politically engaged online readers as offered by New Statesman, Dods/PoliticsHome or TotalPolitics, and the published ratecards prove we deliver more readers at a lower cost.
Our hand-picked sites maintain your placements above-the-fold, which often translates into higher engagement rates.
We can help you push separate advertisements to the distinct audiences you need to reach, from party super-activists, to the influentials in the Houses of Parliament and across Whitehall, to Parliamentarians in Scotland or Brussels, or even just to Boris Johnson’s fans.
against a legion of YES to AV supporters and the mighty Obama-winning Blue State Digital.
Matthew Elliott, campaign director NO to AV
An hour or so after lunch we got a call from DFID asking if we could set up a visit and briefing for the Secretary of State on our ‘Child Health Now’ campaign
World Vision UK
of a week long advertising campaign on MessageSpace. The advertising campaign drove thousands of people to our website to buy the booklet, more than paying for itself. We are now printing a second run.
Tim Knox, the Centre for Policy Studies.
of all the suppliers used for Google’s advertising during the general election.
in South Africa — within a week MessageSpace delivered outstanding results.
which we use to advertise to people who didn’t come to our website or events before. They were very easy to work with and the level of click-throughs the advertising has generated has been great.
Ruth Porter, Institute of Economic Affairs
educated to a degree-level or higher
Parliament/Whitehall daily visits
media/broadcast daily visits
within the A/B social grades
own two or more homes
hold investment funds
are qualified professionals or senior management
hold non-asset investments worth over £250,000
have signed petitions
have written a letter to the Editor or called in to a live show
watch news videos/clips online
have written to, emailed or called a politician
advise/make decisions on
public sector procurement
advise/make decisions on budgetary control
have purchased goods
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