Growing fast: What’s Gay Star News’ secret?

How a quality, tailored service and the latest technology can help you reach our affluent audience

Growing fast: What’s Gay Star News’ secret?
05 October 2012

There’s no big mystery to why Gay Star News is the world’s fastest-growing media platform for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.

It’s just about delivering a quality, tailored service. When you join us, you’ll see for yourself how we harness the latest technology to connect you with a quality, affluent audience that others can only dream of.

Our audience loves the fact we’re the world’s first 24 hour a day, seven day a week news and information service about LGBT people.

They rely on us for quality reports from our experienced journalists working in different time zones around the globe.

Our correspondents work to a strict ethical and professional code under experienced editors. So everyone knows they can trust what we are writing about whether it’s news, travel, entertainment, lifestyle coverage, products or features. (If you’re not yet a reader, check us out! It doesn’t matter what sexuality you are, if you want to reach LGBT customers, we guarantee you’ll learn things from us you need to know.)

We choose our clients carefully – and, yes, we have turned some away. That’s because we aren’t just selling advertising. What we are doing is much more valuable: it’s educating our audience about you, helping them to trust you and then converting them for you. We’re not going to risk that relationship with our audience on products and services we don’t believe will work for them. That would damage us more than you and undermine us with our next client.

But if you’re serious about reaching the global LGBT markets, you’ll find we are serious about helping you…

Get in touch with our sales team for more information.

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