Position/Spatial Source annual directory

By on 11 November, 2014

Position / Spatial Source directory

You have until the 17th of November to update your FREE supplier listing in Position/Spatial Source directory, published in the December/January issue of Position magazine, as well as online.

PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY repeat last year’s entry – you must review and update (if necessary) your 2013-14 entry. To update your listing, visit dir.spatialsource.com.au before Wednesday 17th November.

Features of the directory include:

  • Sections, projects, products and services.
  • Search Engine Optimisation (e.g. Google search) enabled.
  • Social media enabled.

Make your company stand out from the crowd!

With over 400 companies listed you can help ensure that you are not over looked by the 8,000 monthly visitors to SpatialSource.

Premium listing options are available in print and online and start from $350.

To view our stand-out advertising packages for the Spatial Source Online Trade Directory, simply login and select “Digital and Print Advertising Options” from the top right (beside your business name) or click here.

For all enquiries relating to your free listing or to discuss the advertising opportunities available, please contact Troy Hale on (02) 8586 6128 or thale@intermedia.com.au.

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