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With more people spending more time out of home than ever before, and becoming harder to reach through other media, advertising on the UK's busiest arterial routes and in the heart of town centres offers an ideal way to target this mobile, hard-to-reach audience.
We've previously taken over the Two Towers West, now let's hit the East. London is one of ultimate UK destinations to communicate to a huge and varied audience; it goes without saying that the Two Towers East are a fantastic marketing resource.
With two double-sided, synchronised digital screens, they gain the attention of just over 7,000,000 eyes every two weeks.
It's London's busiest arterial route and dominates the sky-line of Europe's largest financial district, impacting those commuting in and out of East London, Canary Wharf and the City Airport, and the ultimate hive for super premium products and consumers.
Voted one of the best digital sites in the world in 2012, two, double-sided, synchronised digital screens on London's most prestigious arterial route offered CV-Library an unrivalled advertising impact.
The Two Towers West deliver one of the highest audience figures in the UK, 6,627,360 adults every two weeks and are key in targeting the illusive AB demographic.
The A4/M4/M3 connect central London to Heathrow Airport, the affluent suburbs of South West London and the home counties beyond.
The North London Towers, located as the M1 meets the North Circular at Brent Cross, are ideally placed to deliver a high impact message to our target audience of the capital's job hunters.
The Towers allow brands to 'think big' and push creative boundaries with the striking, dual advertising screens visible to inbound and outbound traffic on both sides of the road.
Benefitting from high volumes of traffic at all times of day and night, the impressive advertising opportunity promotes the CV-Library brand to millions of commuters and Londoners as they travel to and from work.
Right in the centre of Manchester's affluent shopping hub sits one of the UK's largest full motion digital screens. CV Library will have the pleasure of showing off new marketing material to just under 1 million people every fortnight.
At 30 metres in length with vinyl surround, it is one of the highest converting locations in the country delivering fantastic long sight lines and high impact numbers to the city's full scope of audiences.
As a landmark location on Manchester's most important arterial route to and from the city, The Trafford Arch is seen by 80,000 drivers every day. It provides two unmissable 100m2 screens which are in a close proximity to Manchester United's Old Trafford Stadium.
Arching over a key commuter route and with White City Retail Park nearby, its vast visibility in both directions as well as its iconic location is the ideal platform for us to reach a wealth of candidates, providing CV-Library with unparalleled impact on all traffic going to and from the city.
The Trafford Tower is located on a popular route in close proximity to the busy Manchester city centre, placing our advertising in an ideal location to capture the attention of candidates as they travel to and from the city and the airport.
Offering one of the largest portrait screens in the North, this prime advertising opportunity affords excellent long range visibility from both directions and a high quality audience of over 1 million adults every two weeks.
With frequent congestion in the area, this spot provides the added bonus of a greater depth of engagement as candidates wait in traffic and take in the CV-Library brand.
Situated within the lively upmarket central area in Birmingham, the screens at Broad Street capture a proficiently high number of impacts at an approachable street level. Using an in-motion, high quality colour image, elevated above 4 lanes of busy high-street traffic, it also provides a clear pedestrian perspective within its location.
Not only targeting a standard of inbound/outbound commuter dwell time, it also encourages an audience across all hours of the day with those attracted to the multitude of culture and night life that Broad Street has to offer. Great all-round coverage.
The largest roadside digital screens on the M5 deliver an audience of over 2.4 million commuters every fortnight, with key links to the M6 and M42 this site is a fresh addition to CV-Library's advertising portfolio.
With close proximity to Birmingham, a destination well known for it's shopping, entertainment and night life, it's the perfect opportunity for CV-Library to reach out to a varied audience as they work, shop and play.
Situated in the heart of England, the Ricoh Arena is within two hours' drive of 75 per cent of the population. Situated in front of this is the Ricoh Gateway which generates an impressive 500K + audience base every fortnight from commuters, passers-by and people attending one of the many events held at the arena.
Located on the West Cross Route, A3220, facing inbound and outbound traffic between Holland Park Roundabout and one of London's key arterial routes the A40, The Digi-Bridge captures the eyes of 1.5 million adults per fortnight.
The route will also deliver CV-Library advertising to local traffic heading from the affluent areas of Hammersmith, Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea into Central London. Situated adjacent to the main route into Westfield London, the site is ideal for capturing the attention of commuters and shoppers alike.
The creative and innovative Eastern Lights digital tower is a refreshing addition to our marketing plan. Located across 3 lanes of the London-bound A13, with its unique eye-catching lighting system and high density traffic area, its the perfect spot for a significant 1.7 million people a fortnight to pick up our message.
Connecting Canary Wharf and East London with the densely populated and affluent county of Essex, as well as the M25 and the A406 North Circular, commuter viewing is at its best with the traffic levels being so high at prime-time hours, allowing for longer viewing times overall.
The M4 Torch is the height of a 7-storey building and is one of the largest commercial structures in the United Kingdom.
Displaying two high-resolution digital screens capturing both inbound and outbound traffic flows, its iconic shape captures the attention of commuters travelling between Heathrow and Central London.
Europe's largest LED billboard, dominating one of the busiest stretches of motorway in the UK, The M6 West Midlands Gateway at J9 captures the attention of over 3.2 million commuters fortnightly travelling between some of the country's major cities.
Dominating the landscape, at nearly 35 meters in length per screen, our advert will have high visibility in both directions.
The Aston Expressway, located just half a mile from Birmingham City Centre boasts the country's first seven lane motorway and is the main arterial route into the city centre.
The screens elevated positions ensure the CV-Library brand will receive high visibility from both the cities inbound and outbound traffic reaching over 1.8 million commuters fortnightly.
Located at the iconic Spaghetti Junction, this imposing digital screen is situated on the roadside of one of the busiest travel links in the UK. It captures an audience of over 500,000 every fortnight who are travelling this major route in and out of Birmingham.
Spaghetti Gateway provides the opportunity to target a high volume of commuters who pass by to either visit the city or to access the Midlands motorway network.
This premium backlit 96 sheet is angled to face southbound traffic just north of junction 15, the busy Heathrow/ M4 turnoff.
The M25 is a major highway around London for circulating traffic, as well as an important feeder for travellers heading to Heathrow.
The site is passed by an estimated daily audience of 136,000 people in 94,000 vehicles (based on DfT traffic Counts & National Travel Survey car vehicle model).
The backlit format is outdoors equivalent of full colour glossy magazine advertising & provides us with uninterrupted coverage.
Facing traffic heading south out of London Docklands & Greenwich towards Blackheath & the A2 into South London & Kent, this premium back-lit 96 sheet has a vast audience of 36,500 vehicles passing daily.
Its angled design maximises visibility to oncoming traffic ensuring our CV-Library advert gains high exposure to all job seekers and candidates who travel along this busy route.
Starting the trend in the midst of Bristol and Bath sit the brand new Great Western Link screens. Placed for traffic flowing in both directions, we'll target a healthy impact number of 600,000 people on a fortnightly basis.
Bristol is currently regarded as the economic capital of the South West, so it won't be long before we see the benefits of such a great advertising opportunity.
A leading destination for shopping, entertainment and culture as well as a hive for students, The Great western Link Screens provide a strong and varied audience.
Located between junction 14 & 15 on the M25, this huge double sided site can be viewed when heading in both directions. The often slow moving traffic and close proximity to Heathrow T5 is perfect to grab the attention of commuters heading in and out of London.
Young urban adults and suburban families regularly frequent the high streets and town centres across the country. Always on 24/7, roadside six sheets are an ideal medium for reaching this traffic (pedestrian or vehicular), targeting candidates on the move as they work, shop or play.
Advertising across the country targeting commuters during peak hours for maximum reach in the following locations:
London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Cardiff, Glasgow and Edinburgh
Featuring alongside your favourite programmes on the most popular online and offline TV channels, our advert tells you why you should be using CV-Library for your job search.
At the ideal height of eye level the iconic London taxi is in essence a 24/7 mobile billboard. Across a typical week, travelling hundreds of miles a taxi will visit high streets, train stations, hotels and airports, all of which are popular destinations with our target commuter audience.
Taxi advertising is also ideal for long term branding to ensure CV-Library remain front of mind. We have ran taxi campaigns across Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham to date.
CV-Library have taken over a prime sight in London Underground at Waterloo for 9 whole months! Our savvy new ad site hangs over the 3 major escalators leading to the Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines. With the London Underground transporting 3.5 million commuters daily, we're sure to bring you a wide selection of quality candidates.
The London Underground provides CV-Library with the opportunity to reach a professional audience as they commute to work across the Capital. The London Underground is a significant and iconic opportunity, with 3.5 million passenger journeys a day that connect our adverts with commuters.
We advertise on hundreds of sites across the entire London Underground network frequently.
Rail travel is hitting record levels with 20% more rail services running compared to 10 years ago. CV-Library regularly targets this growing commuter audience on train lines and station platforms throughout the UK.
Our train advertising panels are sleek and strategically located on carriages and station platforms for maximum commuter impact, particularly our new landmark sites which can't be missed!
Train advertising offers CV-Library high coverage and frequency of ABC1 commuters in a captive environment which delivers one of the best dwell times in outdoor, giving people enough time to think about their 'next job'…
Train lines include:
C2C, Govia Greater Northern, Govia Thameslink, First Great Western, Gatwick Express, London Midland, Southeastern, Stanstead Express and South West Trains.
Liverpool Central, London City Thameslink, Bristol, Bolton, Manchester, Oxford, Plymouth, Reading, Swindon, Sheffield, Newcastle Central
Digital Escalator Panels are dynamic screens with full-motion technology, following the movement of travellers on the go.
CV-Library has full domination of Euston station which houses 26 state-of-the art screens and Kings Cross which houses 10, throughout all of 2016. The screens are positioned to engage with commuters en route from the Underground to the main concourse at both, which feature in the UK's top 10 busiest stations.
Impacting everyday moments, coffee cup advertising is an innovative format to inspire curiosity and cut through.
Whether its a quick coffee to-go, time for a break, a place to meet friends, or a useful space to work away from the office, coffee shops are an integral part of our everyday journey.
Specifically targeting major cities including; London, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Birmingham, Reading and Bristol. Coffee shops provide an ideal location to expose the CV-Library brand to new candidates in the city.
"CV-Library are leading the way in their use of out of home advertising with Exterion Media and have been the most active recruitment website in the last 12 months.
Their coverage across the London Underground network this year spanned 36 major stations and provided comprehensive and impressive exposure - we're working hard to help them expand their marketing reach across multiple media channels throughout 2015."
Paul Cranwell, Director, Exterion Media
We run both TV and Six Sheet poster advertising in over 600 leading gyms across the country.
Our gym advertising provides us with the opportunity to engage with the active and hard to reach professionals who like to keep fit across all the countries leading health clubs.
Everyone knows that buses move, but did you know that a bus can cover 700 miles every week? Buses draw in pedestrians as they walk down the high street whilst gaining direct responses from the customers that travel on them. That's 5.2 billion passenger journeys across the UK each year!
Our engaging interior panels and 13ft long street-liners can't be missed. CV-Library featured on buses across the country in major city locations including Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds and Sheffield.
Everyone loves going to the cinema… so we felt this was a good enough reason to advertise there! 173 million people visited the cinema in the last year, 64% of which were of an ABC1 demographic. This format provides CV-Library with excellent exposure, allowing us to reach candidates in most towns and cities across the country.
Being an online business, CV-Library uses a multitude of online banners, adverts, publications, platforms and social media to drive the high levels of online traffic required to keep our site as effective as it is.
A selection of our regular partners is shown below, but we are constantly looking for and taking new opportunities with key industry and lifestyle publications.
CV-Library continues to diversify its presence by undertaking new forms of advertising to increase brand exposure and drive more candidates to apply.
Some of our other campaigns include advertising in motorway service areas, city bars and the University Paper.