Tender Notice Category

Book Tender Notice Ad in Newspapers Online for Quick Response

Tender notices are offered by organisations to people in different businesses’ bid for any job ranging from repair and construction to maintenance and also acquisition. All tender notices provide the details of the job and seek the cost of doing it. Thus the tendering organisation is enabled to make the most suitable choice while selecting the supplier for the work to be done.

Some Types of Tender Notices:

  • Government tenders: Such tender notice ads are placed by agencies of the central and state government for jobs such as construction or repair of pipelines, roadways etc.
  • Indian Railways tenders: Indian Railways issue such tender notice ads towards the purchase, sale or transportation of goods etc.
  • Notices inviting tenders (NIT): Private undertakings and government agencies issue such tender notice ads where there are several options and costing is critical.
  • Engineering service tenders: Private corporations issue such tender notice for doing repairs or maintenance of machines as well as other technical related works such as the construction of bridges etc.
  • Bank tenders: Government banks mostly issue such tender notices.
  • Construction of road tenders: These are tender notices by the central/state government departments for handling the construction or repair of roads by suitable undertakings.
  • Property for purchase/sale tender ads: Companies and individuals issue these when the plan to buy or sell properties.
  • Property redevelopment tenders: Societies planning to redevelop their buildings issue such tender notices.

From all over India, the speediest and smoothest way to place tender notice ad in newspapers is through Adinnewspaper, the online facility of an INS-member advertising agency. It offers such free services as tender notice ad rates, provides tender notice ad samples, does tender notice ad booking online and books tender notice advertisements.

Sizes of tender ads range from 20 sq.cm (4cm x 5 cm) to a full page occupying about 1700 sq.cms. In between, rates vary according to the page and position in a page selected but these will be charged at the regular ad rates.

Types of Tender Notice Advertisements:

  • Tender Notice 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. Depending on the newspaper, the cost is calculated on the basis of words or lines used in the text. Such ads are restricted to the classified pages of newspapers.
  • Tender Notice Classified Display Ads: Tender Notice Classified display (CD) ads are more expensive as they allow the use of logos, visuals and colours to be more eye-catching. The ads are charged on a per square centimetre basis of the space covered. Such ads are also restricted to the classified pages of newspapers.
  • Tender Notice Display Ads: Tender Notice Display ads are the most expensive as there are no restrictions to the size, page or position in a page they are carried on. They typically contain text, photographs, logos, maps and other informational matter. Display advertising appears on the same page as, or on the page next to, the general editorial content.

Three Steps to book Tender Notice Ads Online through Adinnewspaper

1) Choose the newspaper and ad type (text or classified display) 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.

A professional customer support team is available for you at Adinnewspaper to ensure you do not face any problems while booking your tender notice ad or tracking in the newspaper. You can call us, email us or contact us via Live Chat.