Share Certificate Ad Booking Online in English Newspapers
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Share certificates are documents that are proof of investment in a company. These documents certify ownership of a share of the company, and are thus extremely valuable. Publishing share certificate ads in english newspapers makes the general public aware of issues pertaining to a company’s share capital, including dividend declarations, buybacks, etc. releaseMyAd helps you publish your share certificate ads in english newspapers and offers you support and guidance at every step along the way.  


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Times of India
Economic Times
Mirror
Hindustan Times
Assam Tribune
Deccan Chronicle
Hindu
Kashmir Times
Meghalaya Guardian
O Herald O
Indian Express
Statesman
Telegraph
Tribune (Main)
Bartaman
Financial Express
Deccan Herald
Navhind Times
Daily Excelsior
Arunachal Times
Sikkim Express
Business Line
Mid Day
Hitavada
Mizoram Post
Himali Bela
New Indian Express
Shillong Times
North East Times
Tripura Observer
Arunachal Front
Chandigarh Tribune
Ludhiana Tribune
Amritsar Tribune
Bathinda Tribune
Jalandhar Tribune
Tribune Classified Plus
Telangana Today
Active Times
Assam Rising

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Why Book Share Certificate Ad in English Newspapers?

Why Book Share Certificate Ad in English Newspapers?


A share certificate is documentary proof of an investment made in a company. Share certificates are given when a company has raised capital through an issue of its shares. Share certificates, therefore, are considered to be extremely valuable documents for the holder. Companies issue share certificate notices when they announce decisions related to their share capital, such as an issue, a further issue, a buyback, a or a dividend payout.

Share certificates are, at their core, documents that amount to a fraction of a company’s ownership, and are therefore highly valuable. Their actual monetary value may be in the thousands, and even in lakhs and crores, depending on the company and number of shares held. Therefore, they must be kept safe as far as possible. However, sometimes it may happen that share certificates are lost or misplaced, causing distress and tension to the shareholder. In such a scenario, it becomes necessary to file an FIR and publish an advertisement in the newspaper stating that the share certificates have been lost so that duplicates can be issued.

The benefits of publishing share certificate ads in english newspapers are as follows:

  1. Fulfils Legal Requirements
    • Publishing share certificate ads in newspapers is a fulfilment of legal requirements.
  2. Informs the Public
    • Share certificate ads serve to inform the public of announcements such as share issues, dividend declarations, buybacks as well as if share certificates are lost or misplaced.
  3. Wide Reach
    • In India, a large number of people in cities and villages read newspapers. Newspapers are read by people from all walks of life.

Book your share certificate ads in english newspapers through releaseMyAd and get your advertisement viewed by the largest number of people who speak english. Through share certificate ads in english newspapers via releaseMyAd, you can fulfil legal requirements arising out of share capital decisions, as well as if a share certificate is lost or misplaced, so that obtaining duplicates is hassle-free. releaseMyAd, through its rich expertise and years of industry experience, strategic ad planning and a pan-India network, guarantees you the lowest rates for your ad requirements.


How to Book Share Certificate Advertisement In English Newspapers?

How to Book Share Certificate Advertisement In English Newspapers?


Booking share certificate ads in english newspapers through releaseMyAd is quick and easy. Follow these steps to book your share certificate ad in the newspaper of your choice.

  1. Select Ad Type
    • Choose your preferred ad type - Classified Share Certificate Text Ad or Classified Share Certificate Display Ad in the Share Certificate section.
  2. Select Newspaper and Package
    • Select the newspaper you wish to advertise in, then select the package from our list that best matches your requirements.
  3. Select Preferences
    • Is your company making an announcement regarding share capital? Are you a shareholder who has misplaced their share certificates? Let us know!
  4. Write Your Ad
    • Compose the text for your share certificate ad, enhance with borders or background colours if necessary or desired and check the preview.
  5. Select Dates and Make Payment
    • Select the dates and the duration for your share certificate ad, proceed towards the payment section. Once you’ve made the payment for your ad, you will receive an instant email confirming that your payment has been made.
  6. Receive Invoice
    • Upon successful payment for your share certificate ad, you will receive an invoice with the full details of the ad you have booked with us.

releaseMyAd offers two kinds of share certificate ads: Classified Text ads and Classified Display ads.

  • Classified Share Certificate Text Ads are the simplest ad format and consist of plain text advertisements. Classified Share Certificate Text Ads are charged according to the number of words and the number of lines used.
  • Classified Share Certificate Display Ads include richer formatting for your ad text such as colours, a variety of typefaces as well as images or graphics. Classified Share Certificate Display Ads are charged on the basis of square centimetres occupied.

releaseMyAd is India’s largest online self-service advertisement booking platform enabling people to book their share certificate ads in english newspapers. Combining years of media buying experience, historic ad pricing data and a pan-India network, releaseMyAd guarantees you the lowest quotes for your ad requirements. Book your share certificate ad in english newspapers through releaseMyAd from anywhere at any time through any device - a computer, mobile phone or tablet.