Audit confirms Real Estate Business as No.1

Audit confirms Real Estate Business as No.1

24 May 2012 by Staff Reporter 2 comments

Staff Reporter

The latest Circulations Audit Board (CAB) figures have confirmed Real Estate Business is the number one real estate industry magazine.

The audit period ending in March 2012 has established that Real Estate Business reaches 10,722 professionals – 32 per cent more subscribers than SOLD magazine (8,130).

Launched in May 2011, the period ending in March 2012 is the first audit the magazine was eligible for. Sterling Publishing Group Publisher Alex Whitlock believes that the latest CAB data underpins Real Estate Business as the leading real estate industry trade magazine.

“The latest audit figures are a reflection of the significant growth Real Estate Business has enjoyed in its first year of publishing,” Mr Whitlock said.

“We are the only title that gives our advertisers absolute transparency as to how many professionals our print and online publication reaches on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.”

Over the last six months an average of 10,722 subscribers received Real Estate Business magazine each month while CAB Audit figures for April show that there were a total 23,921 sessions on rebonline.com.au.

“We’re committed to providing principals and agents with an industry publication that delivers insightful information across a number of platforms,” Mr Whitlock continued.

“Our team has worked tirelessly on developing a product that provides the industry with editorially-led features, news and reports, and it is very rewarding to see that the industry values our approach.”

Staff Reporter

The latest Circulations Audit Board (CAB) figures have confirmed Real Estate Business is the number one real estate industry magazine.

The audit period ending in March 2012 has established that Real Estate Business reaches 10,722 professionals – 32 per cent more subscribers than SOLD magazine (8,130).

Launched in May 2011, the period ending in March 2012 is the first audit the magazine was eligible for. Sterling Publishing Group Publisher Alex Whitlock believes that the latest CAB data underpins Real Estate Business as the leading real estate industry trade magazine.

“The latest audit figures are a reflection of the significant growth Real Estate Business has enjoyed in its first year of publishing,” Mr Whitlock said.

“We are the only title that gives our advertisers absolute transparency as to how many professionals our print and online publication reaches on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.”

Over the last six months an average of 10,722 subscribers received Real Estate Business magazine each month while CAB Audit figures for April show that there were a total 23,921 sessions on rebonline.com.au.

“We’re committed to providing principals and agents with an industry publication that delivers insightful information across a number of platforms,” Mr Whitlock continued.

“Our team has worked tirelessly on developing a product that provides the industry with editorially-led features, news and reports, and it is very rewarding to see that the industry values our approach.”

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