Bestadsontv.com passes 98,000 members mark

Screen shot 2012-04-03 at 8.42.53 AM.jpgBestadsontv.com - the worldwide creative site showcasing the world's latest and greatest commercials, print, outdoor, radio, interactive and integrated work - passed the 98,000 members mark, well on track to reach 100,000 members by Christmas.

Not bad going for a site started from scratch by Brian (Beamo) Beamish in 2003, reaching 10,000 members by August 2007, when he sold the site to Campaign Brief. Since then, we made major changes to the site and as a result, added around 18,000 members per year.

Bestads_iPhone_2.jpgIn April 2010 we also launched the Bestads App, which gives you immediate access to the weekly Top 6 TV/web film, Print, Outdoor/Ambient, Radio and Interactive advertisements from bestadsontv.com, plus guest judge comments each week by top international creatives. The App ranks highly on iTunes Top Business Apps charts in many markets - currently #220 in Australia and #111 in New Zealand.

Screen shot 2012-04-03 at 9.36.12 AM.jpgIf you would like to join Bestads, it's free, although for only US$30 per year (less than $3 per month), go BestadsPRO, which offers the following:

Screen shot 2012-04-03 at 10.08.08 AM.jpg• Access every archive ad, back to 2003
• Download any video or image of ads from the site
  (compiling a reel of great automotive or beer
  commercials for example, is now a breeze)
• Access Bestads rankings (by Agency, Country,
  Creative, Director, Production Company, etc)
• Get 500MB space to display your best work to the
  advertising community
• Access and contact over 98,000 Bestads members
• Be a part of the global creative advertising community

JOIN NOW

All for only US$30 per year
(1/3 the cost of other creative ad sites).

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