As part of our introductory sale on the new Cardiac Output website, all banner adverts and featured recruiter logos are half price until 30th September 2013. A high profile banner advert costs just £150 (usual price £300) and a ‘Featured Cardiology Recruiter’ logo costs just £50 (usual price £100) for a whole 28 days’ advertising.
Why choose a banner advert?
A banner advert is a high profile boxed advert that appears in the right hand column of the Cardiac Output website. They’re the perfect solution if you want to promote something other than a job to cardiologists across the UK. This might be a general advert to promote your organisation, a training course or event aimed at cardiologists, etc.
Of course, a banner advert can also be used to advertise a cardiology job, in conjunction with one of our general job listings.
Why choose a Featured Cardiology Recruiters advert?
If you have regular cardiology job vacancies to fill, a Featured Cardiology Recruiters advert is a great idea. It means that your logo will appear in the right hand column of the Cardiac Output website, promoting you as a high profile and reputable cardiology employer. This will help to build your brand and drive cardiologists to your website.
We recommend opting for a permanent Featured Cardiology Recruiters advert in conjunction with individual listings for each cardiology job vacancy. This will achieve maximum exposure for your jobs.
Can I get multiple months half price?
The half price offer applies to any adverts that you book before 30th September 2013. If you book a block of adverts – for example, a year’s worth of banner advertising – and pay upfront then the half price discount will be applied to your entire year’s advertising. This would save you £1,800!
Ok, how do I book?
You can read more on our Banner Advertising page. To book an advert and take advantage of this half price deal, please get in touch with us.
Featured Cardiology Jobs
|Senior Clinical Devices Physiologist (Band 7)||States of Guernsey|
|Cardiologist Commissioner to the Commission on Human Medicines||Department of Health & Social Care|
|Clinical Physiologist – Cardiac – New Zealand||Waikato Hospital|