Internet Advertising

Why advertise with us? 

With over 200,000 daily visitors to metservice.com, its clear that Kiwi's rely on MetService forecasts to be ready for life, for commerce, for challenging ourselves or having fun. Our rural, marine and mountains sections are New Zealand's biggest sites in their categories. Metservice.com attracts a large and varied visitor base as outlined in our media kit and our range of free apps provide further opportunities for reaching consumers.

What's more, MetService was recently voted as one of New Zealand's most reputable public sector agencies by the public. 

MetService products are continuously updated with new features to offer users continued value. We welcome new advertising ideas and love to try something different. Our team are available to help you develop ideas that will work.

Contact advertisingsales@metservice.com or by calling Hayleigh Kelly on 021 247 0311

 

Advertising for Not-for-profits and charities

As a state-owned enterprise, MetService places great importance on social responsibility and caring for the interests of the community. As part of our Social Investment Programme, each year MetService donates over $200,000 worth of advertising value to organisations doing great things all around New Zealand and the South Pacific.

If your organisation is a registered charity or a not-for-profit approved by IRD as a donee organisation, and you'd like to fund-raise through exposure on metservice.com, please email communications@metservice.com

 

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MetService Mobile Website; m.metservice.com

The MetService mobile website is frequently visited by New Zealanders on a smartphone or tablet.

Site Name

Page Impressions

Average Daily UB

nzherald (Mobile) 62,799,860 870,045
stuff.co.nz (Mobile) 58,601,223 674,781
metservice.com (Mobile) 7,394,059 113,399
finda.co.nz (Mobile) 33,214 806
menus.co.nz (Mobile) 20,269 547
*Source: Nielsen Market Intelligence, February 2019