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Deccan Herald is an English broadsheet daily newspaper of Karnataka. With a number of editions in Bengaluru, Hubballi, Kalburgi, Davanagere, Mysuru, Hosapete, Mangaluru and Delhi, it has a daily circulation of 253,108 (January - June 2014) as per the Audit Bureau of Circulations. It carries low-cost classified ads in all categories of every edition.

Classified text ads, also known as run on line (ROL) ads, are the cheapest and simplest form of text advertising. However, at extra cost, these can be enhanced with the use of screen, background colour, border or bold text. The cost is calculated on the basis of number of characters used in the. Such ads are restricted to the classified pages of the newspaper.

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Three Steps to book Classified Ads Online in Deccan Herald through Adinnewspaper:

1) Choose the newspaper and ad type (classified) and location.

2) Choose the package, compose the advertisement and check the preview alongside.

3) Choose the publication date and make the payment online to complete the ad booking. The options for making payment include credit cards, debit cards, net banking. Online payments options at Adinnewspaper are secure because it is encrypted with SSL. Offline payments can be made through cash, cheque deposit or NEFT transfer.

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