The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every type of business and is now forcing business owners consider digital advertising rather than traditional platforms.
Digital media platforms like Indian Spice maintain an essential role as a news service even during the COVID-19 response. The impact of lockdown has created a massive volume of news and lifestyle content consumed by users. There has been a significant shift to digital news platforms during the coronavirus pandemic, here’s how you can connect with the Indian Spice audience to keep your business afloat.
Indian Spice is the South African Indian news and lifestyle digital platform that connects you directly to the South African Indian consumer. Our audience reaches beyond South Africa and into the African continent as well as the Indian diaspora globally, on a daily basis. With businesses experiencing loss of income due to the coronavirus pandemic, business owners should be looking to digital platforms to connect with potential customers.
If you’re interested in reaching a unique audience like ours, then you should be advertising with Indian Spice.
The Indian Spice audience are a special lot of readers and consumers who seek the best offers that are out on the market. A spike in searches by our users include health products, personal protective equipment (PPE), digital streaming entertainment, Indian shopping fair events, live concerts, key Indian festival events and special events are just some of what is popular with our audiences at Indian Spice. This translates into some of the largest consumer activities for our readers seeking latest product news, latest fashion and lifestyle products, new clothes, gifts and home and decor information and product are a staple search trend.
Where does your advert get served when booking a campaign with Indian Spice?
Our growing audience across our digital ecosystem gives us incredible reach serving content to over 1 million users across the following platforms
Indian Spice Whatsapp Service
Our growing base of Whatsapp users has peaked over 15,000+ giving us real-time access to our Whatsapp subscribers. Try out the service here and tap here to send a message The number you must save to your Contacts +27828374104
Who should be advertising with Indian Spice?
Health, hygiene, beauty and skincare businesses: Another high-interest section on Indian Spice is beauty and skincare products and related suppliers that present some of the best opportunities for big and small businesses to reach our South African Indian consumer audience.
Shopping and consumer special offers: Our readers are always keen on a bargain and discount, reach our audiences today by advertising you special offers on our dedicated Whatsapp service line.
Restaurants & take-out: During any special period, restaurant owners go out of their way to fill up their venues. Most restaurants serve special festive food, but how will yours stand out? Get ahead and give your brand the exposure it requires by advertising with Indian Spice today.
Home industries: Food unites everyone and home-industries can benefit from advertising your products on Indian Spice.
We have special monthly advertising rates for first-time advertisers which you can qualify for.
- Commercial business cost: R10,000 ZAR (minimum rate)
- Whatsapp service and Newsletter advertising costs on request
- Viral video packages are also available on request.
- To learn more about booking an advert with us click here
The global lockdown has everyone’s mental health in a spin! Have you checked out our Mental Health resources by Indian Spice click here
The South African Depression And Anxiety Group (SADAG) is Africa’s largest mental health support and advocacy group open 7 days a week from 8am – 8pm. If you are needing a referral to a psychologist, psychiatrist or support group call SADAG on 011 234 4837 or 0800 20 50 26 and speak to a trained counselor who can assist you further. Substance abuse hotline: 0800 12 13 14 is available 24hrs or alternatively email Zane on firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need support or know someone who does, please reach out to your nearest mental health specialist. India Helplines: Aasra: 022 2754 6669; Sneha India Foundation: +914424640050 and Sanjivini: 011-24311918
Stay at home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance. Follow the directions of your local health authority during the coronavirus crisis.
Connect with the Coronavirus Whatsapp services below
- Coronavirus India Whatsapp tap here
- Coronavirus South Africa Whatsapp tap here
- SA Hotline Number: 0800 029 999
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