Getmemedia.com reaches 10,000 members and adds search function

The membership of online marketing ideas website Getmemedia.com has increased to 10,000 as it celebrates for its fourth birthday with a newly designed search function.

Getmemedia.com: refined search function
Getmemedia.com: refined search function

Getmemedia.com allows media owners, landlords and others to advertise their media and marketing opportunities to brand managers and media agencies.

The new search engine on Getmemedia.com allows users to refine the results to their brand's precise specifications, including gender, age and cost and also choose to see relevant ideas or case studies.

Pete Davis, managing director of Getmemedia.com, said: "Getmemedia.com is a neutral space for brands and their agencies to find marketing, media and sponsorship solutions.

"As we now host over 1,500 ideas, we needed to refine the search so that users aren't daunted by too many results. The challenge for Getmemedia.com was to pinpoint for each user the precise opportunity that is specifically relevant and new."

A spokesman for Getmemedia.com said it now works with over 800 advertisers, agencies and media owners and there are around 18,000 views of ideas on the site every month.

Brands which use the site include Nestle and Matalan and the WPP media agency Mediaedge:cia. Francesca Davies, group brand manager at Weetabix, said: "The Getmemedia.com website gives us the opportunity to view targeted media opportunities for specific audiences, and to quickly and efficiently assess the suitability against campaign objectives."

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