Internet Advertising

Rate Card and Advertising Specifications

Advertising Specifications | PDF 600kb - updated 12 July 2016
MetService Advertising Rate Card | PDF 300kb - updated 13 April 2016
Advertising Format Suite | updated 11 October 2016
Media Kit 2016/2017 | PDF 3MB - updated 5 September 2016

Key Contacts

To enquire about online, mobile, email and iPad app advertising please contact:

Craig Delany
Interactive Manager
Mobile 027 4700 826
Direct +64 4 470 0826

Chloe Thompson
Interactive Account Manager
Mobile 027 518 5426
Direct +64 4 470 0735

Abby Keplar
Interactive Account Executive
Mobile 027 836 7846
Direct +64 4 470 1190


A little about why you might want to advertise with us

The Meteorological Service of New Zealand is the leading provider of weather information in New Zealand and has the leading weather website in New Zealand. MetService is sitting comfortably as the sixth busiest website in New Zealand for daily unique browsers as measured by Nielsen Netratings. In New Zealand we have a higher number of visits per person than YouTube. reaches over 1.4 million unique visitors every month. These visitors visit around 2-3 times per week.

Knowing the weather forecast helps people plan their day, meaning attracts a large and varied visitor base; however there are some notable demographics when compared to market averages.

51% of the visitors to are male, 48% are female. (Source: Google Analytics, January 2016)


Age Demographic of Visitors to

Source: Google Analytics, January 2016

demographics jan2016



The biggest users of are aged between 45-54. visitors are high income earning and are highly educated.





 MetService Mobile Website;

The MetService mobile website is frequently visited by New Zealanders on a smartphone or tablet, with over 8 million page impressions in January 2016*.

Site Name

Page Impressions

Average Daily UB (Mobile) 54,163,401 478,963 (Mobile) 41,876,820 418,171 (Mobile) 8,956,281 103,392 (Mobile) 172,011 2,702 (Mobile) 107,062 1,798
*Source: Nielsen Market Intelligence, January 2016