Why Advertise on Cricket Yorkshire?
If you’re looking to reach an engaged audience who are passionate about their sport, we can help.
We have 95,000 readers a year, the majority living across Yorkshire and London.
How can we help?
While we offer traditional website advertising, it’s our expertise in writing sponsored content and managing marketing campaigns that sets Cricket Yorkshire apart.
Our sponsored articles are read, talked about and shared widely. They also rank well in Google search results and generate ongoing traffic.
The Cricket Yorkshire Newsletter is sent out twice a month and our combined social media fanbase is 13,700 and growing all the time.
We count international, county and club cricketers, clubs and leagues, national media and cricket fans in our audience.
We’ve collaborated with governing bodies, retailers, charities and brands of all budgets to showcase what they do in a way that catches the eye.
What do we offer?
We can cater for a wide range of budgets from a single sponsored article to a 12-month partnership that delivers consistent support and is tailored to your marketing strategy throughout the year.
We also have online adverts available starting at £100/month.
Don’t take our word for it…
Here’s some testimonials from clients in the last year. The proof is in the pudding… and the repeat business!
“John provided a sponsored article for my business Fantasy Club Cricket – I was thoroughly impressed with his professional approach and high standard of writing.
He took the time to really get to know both me and my business, listened to what I wanted and together with his already extravagant cricket knowledge, the final piece has given me some great exposure.”
Matt Heppell, Owner, Fantasy Club Cricket
“It’s been great working with John on the first of two featured articles for total-play Ltd and we are delighted with the style and content of the first to be published.
The piece balances an informal yet authoritative tone that offers a great insight into our product from someone who really knows their cricket.”
Charlotte Eglington, on behalf of Total-Play