Pixels is glad to announce that another popular local curated news partner Post852 (852郵報) granted us an exclusive representation in Hong Kong. Founded in 2013, Post852 (852郵報) is an independent digital platform covering web mobile and facebook fanpage which aims to act as a voice for Hong Kong.
"852" is the Hong Kong International telephone code, which represents an extension of Hong Kong. Their founder, Yau Qingyuan (游清源) composed blog and interactive new media platform to pursue high-quality insight and instant commentary, news and speech with unremitting efforts. Besides, Post852 (852郵報) also features prominent featured editors like丘偉華, 陳玨明; bloggers like Ng Chi Sum (吳志森), Lew Mon Hung ( 劉夢熊) covering topics ranging from news, politics, lifestyle, culture and more.
Not only focus on display ad, Post852 (852郵報) also pioneers sponsored content. A team of writers, editors, designers help their business partners create quality branded content on Post852 (852郵報) in order to clearly reflect the brands’ goals and messages, so as to increase the brand visibility and drive more social conversation
Speak to our sales team now to find out more about advertising opportunities on Post852 (852郵報)!
Pixels Digital Upfronts was successfully held on March 5, 2015 in Hong Kong. The inaugural event attracted a full house of advertisers and media agencies who have strong interest in knowing more about the latest digital advertising innovations from our media partners from renowned global and local companies.
We are pleased to express the deepest gratitude to our speakers including 蔡東豪 (Director of Stand News), 葛承志 (President of research institute of iQIYI.com), Jonathan Nadiranto (Director of Sales & Operations – Asia of Spotify), and Adam Anger (General Manager for Asia Pacific Microsoft Advertising) for presenting the current trends, innovation and opportunities. Last but not least, a huge thanks to Microsoft, Spotify, iQIYI, and Stand News for sponsoring the gifts for lucky draw.
Since our partnership with Spotify for ad sales in Hong Kong, major brands are embarking on Spotify's coveted audience base and tapping into the power of audio advertising where Spotify users spend an average of 160 minutes per day on the platform. To date, major brands such as HSBC, FWD Insurance, LG Mobile and The Economist have started their campaigns and seen encouraging results. For more info, visit http://pixels.asia/press_releases/20150115