Why Email?

Email marketing is one of the fastest and most cost-effective routes to reaching a high-calibre audience with a targeted message. Farmers Weekly e-newsletters enable you to generate high-quality sales leads, drive traffic to your website and raise your brand awareness.

Our e-newsletters have been designed to keep business professionals updated with industry news and hot topics written by award-winning journalists across our market-leading brands.

Farmers Weekly E-Newsletters

Farmers Weekly E-newsletters provide you with one of the best opportunities to target your audience with advertising. We have a number of different E-newsletters, all of which target specific demographics, allowing you to get your product in front of the right eyes. Email remains one of the most cost-effective forms of advertising, especially in agriculture, and with our sophisticated behavioural targeting we can help you get your message to the correct and most engaged audience.

We offer you a platform to generate new business and engage with our unique, high-quality audiences:

Increase sales:

Target a relevant audience with messages they are interested in

Generate leads:

Use our lead generation tools to generate high quality sales leads

Measure your success:

Measure your campaign with our online reporting system

Lead generation

You can generate high-quality leads using our online data capture form as part of your campaign.

The data capture form works with your E-newsletter to collect the contact details of customers who are interested in your product or service and have chosen to submit their details. These are then sent to you by your account manager for your sales team to follow up.

Data capture form overview:

  • We attach a data capture form to your advert free of charge
  • Each time a reader clicks on your advert, they are directed to a data capture form where they fill their details in
  • We provide the leads back to you for you to follow up as and when they come through
  • It’s simple and easy

Keeps me up to date on what is happening in the industry and as a dairy/beef farmer that is very important at the moment.

John Findlay