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Mexico Media on Barter

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Mexico Media Available on Barter with the Ormita Commerce Network

Mexico Media Available on Barter with the Ormita Commerce Network

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  • 1. Media in Mexico Available on Barter
  • 2.
    • Ormita can offer you a range of advertising , suitable to your target market.
    • Instead of paying cash for the advertising you can exchange your own service or products.
    • Ormita acts as the facilitator in these types of transactions and lets multi-way barter transactions take place.
    • You do not barter directly with the seller
    Summary Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
  • 3.
    • Exchanging / Bartering For Advertising
    • Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
    www.ormita.com
  • 4.
    • We can give you advertising in:
    • Australia
    • Canada
    • China
    • Dubai
    • India
    • Jordan
    • Mexico
    • New Zealand
    • Syria
    • Thailand
    • Turkey
    • Qatar
    • United States of America
    Where You Can Get Advertising Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
  • 5. www.ormita.com Types of Advertising Available Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
    • Television
    • Expos and Events
    • Radio
    • Public Relations Providers
    • Newspapers
    • Magazines
    • Internet Websites
    • Billboards & Indoor Media
  • 6. Balance Magazine www.revistabalance.com
    • Type: Women, Fitness, Living
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 60,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 7. Bleu & Blanc Magazine www.bleublanc.com.mx
    • Type: Lifestyle & Travel
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 42,571
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 8. Chilango Magazine www.chilango.com
    • Type: City Living
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 55,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 9. Cocina Especial www.cocinaespecial.net
    • Type: Food, Wine & Drink
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 40,500
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 10. Cocina Practica Magazine
    • Type: Cooking
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 40,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 11. Cocina Vital Magazine http://www.grupomedios.com/?secc=cocinab
    • Type: Food
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 115,128
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 12. Deep Magazine www.grupomedios.com/?secc=deep
    • Type: Lifestyle & Entertainment
    • Monthly
    • Circulation 63,915
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 13. Delicas Del Mundo Magazine www.cnnexpansion.com/midinero
    • Type: Food
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 45,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 14. Dinero Inteligente Magazine www.cnnexpansion.com/midinero
    • Type: Business
    • Three Monthly
    • Circulation: 65,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 15. Donde Ir Magazine www.donde-ir.com
    • Type: Guide to the City
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 78,450
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 16. El Gourmet Magazine www.elgourmet.com
    • Type: Food
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 30,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 17. Elle Magazine www.ellemexicodisena.com
    • Type: Womens
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 75,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 18. Expansión Magazine www.cnnexpansion.com
    • Type: Business
    • Bi-Weekly
    • Circulation: 54,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 19. Fernanda Magazine www.fernanda.com.mx
    • Type: Womens
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 65,584
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 20. Instyle Magazine www.revistastyle.com
    • Type: Clothing, Fashion, Accessories
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 46,500
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 21. Life&Style Magazine www.lifestylerevista.com
    • Type: Lifestyle
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 60,000
    • Distribution: Base de Datos, Aeroméxico Salones Premiere, Clubes de Golf y Locales cerrado
  • 22. Luxe & Classe Magazine www.luxeandclass.com
    • Type: Luxury Lifestyle
    • Bi-Monthly
    • Circulation: 25,000
    • Distribution: Base de Datos, Aeroméxico Salones Premiere, Clubes de Golf y Locales cerrado
  • 23. Manufacturers Magazine www.cnnexpansion.com/manufactura
    • Type: Business
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 30,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 24. Obras Magazine www.cnnexpansion.com/obras
    • Type: Industrial Construction
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 30,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 25. Open Magazine www.revistaopen.com.mx
    • Type: Mens
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 150,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 26. Oz Magazine www.ozmagazine.info
    • Type: Living
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 35,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 27. Playboy Magazine www.playboy.com.mx
    • Type: Mens
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 150,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 28. Quien Magazine www.quien.com
    • Type: Lifestyle
    • Bi-Weekly
    • Circulation: 120,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 29. Quo Magazine www.gee.com.mx
    • Type: Technology, IT, Music
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 60,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 30. Sabor e Arte Magazine www.saborearte.com.mx
    • Type: Food and Wine
    • Bi-Monthly
    • Circulation 10,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 31. Travel+Leisure Magazine www.cnnexpansion.com
    • Type: Travel
    • Monthly
    • Circulation 46,500
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y Locales cerrados.
  • 32. Yo Con Diabetes Magazine www.yocondiabetes.com
    • Type: Health
    • Monthly
    • Circulation: 45,000
    • Distribution: Tiendas Departamentales y de, Autoservicio y Locales cerrados.
  • 33.
    • You can acquire more cash customers
    • You build your brand value
    • Take customers away from the competition
    • You are not paying cash to advertise – you are paying with your own product, service or time
    • You are effectively getting something for almost nothing
    • Significantly lower risk than buying the same advertising for cash
    • Expand your audience – you never know who may be about to make a purchasing decision and will see you.
    Why Buy Advertising Using Barter? Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
  • 34.
      • Barter trade accounts for nearly 30 percent of the world’s total business .
      • 70% of all Fortune 500 companies utilize barter to reduce their cash costs.
      • According to the Association of Advertising Agencies eight out of ten media corporations use barter on a regular basis.
      • 65% of all New York Stock Exchange-listed companies barter.
      • Nearly 16,780,000 businesses engage in formalised non-cash transactions every day.
    • (2004)., Department of Commerce Fact Sheet. USA DOC.
    • Schmiddgall, R.S., Damitio, J.W. (1999)., Bartering activities of the Fortune 500 and hospitality lodging firms., International Journal of Hospitality Management
    • American Association of Advertising Agencies. (2003).
    • (2004)., Annual Report, National Association of Trade Exchanges. Fact Sheet, International Reciprocal Trade Association.
    • Stodder, J. (2007)., Residual Barter Networks and Macro-Economic Stability. Renselaer Polytechnic Institute at Hartford, Hartford CT.`
    Barter is an Accepted Form of Trade Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
  • 35. www.ormita.com
    • Ormita will never devalue your current cash market
    • Ormita will directly offer your product or service into markets who would not normally purchase from you using cash and/or where there is low brand awareness
    • Customers who acquire your product or service through barter are more likely to give positive feedback
    • The cost for you to service an additional customer is nominal versus what you gain in advertising in return
    Ormita Will Barter Your Service “Off Market” Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
  • 36. www.ormita.com
    • You can buy first and sell later or sell first and buy later
    • Every time you buy your account is debited for the value of the product or service you are purchasing
    • Every time you sell your account is credited
    • Ormita will provide you with an interest-free line of credit
    The Basics of The Barter Process Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
  • 37.
    • We are involved in every phase of normal PR activity
    • Global media delivery
    • Strategizing, planning, implementation and measurement
    • Intense stakeholder mapping
    • Three-month reviews
    • We help in other stakeholder relationship management
    • Regular Media monitoring reports
    • Competitor Tracking
    How We Manage Stakeholder Perceptions
  • 38. What We Do Not Do Acquire Advertising for 100% Barter
    • Unlike “Corporate” Barter Companies we do not:
    • Buy your product or service for “barter money” ourselves.
    • We do not sell product or service ever for cash at a “discounted” price (or sell it for cash ever at all).
    • We let you deal directly with the buyer if you choose.
    • We can also let you deal directly with the media company you are buying media from (in most cases) if you prefer this.
    • Our media offerings are 100% barter