About TechRepublic


TechRepublic (www.techrepublic.com), provides IT professionals a valuable technical content resource dedicated to meeting their day-to-day demands for timely and relevant Information Technology-focused knowledge and insight. Users turn to the site for the information, advice, tools, and services needed to get their jobs done.


TechRepublic features include:

  • Essential content regarding network/system administration, desktop support. PC troubleshooting/maintenance, and network infrastructure issues.
  • Time saving content for IT managers including presentations to educate end users, ready-to-use policies to enforce IT security, cutomizable forms, and checklist for work management.
  • The Web's largest IT directory, with over 750,000 whitepapers, web casts, and case studies.

The TechRepublic site taps into the unique camaraderie within the IT profession. At the site, IT pros, managers and developers explore unique technical content and collaborate without borders as they work to solve the tough challenges of the ever-dynamic IT world.


Advertiser Benefits:

  • Reach a high concentration of Australian IT professionals.
  • Communicate with an engaged IT audience actively seeking solutions to technology or business problems.
  • Align your message with informative content on current technology topics.

Audience

  • 71% male; 29% female*
  • 49% are aged 40-59****
  • 23% hold senior or executive management positions****

Monthly Site Traffic

  • Over 242,000 AU unique browsers monthly [NOR]
  • Over 1+ Million AU page impressions monthly [NOR]

Buying Power & Influence

  • 80% are involved in business purchase decisions****
  • 55% manage other staff****

*ComScore June 2011
^ NOR. Nielsen Online Rating. 2012 Oct, Nov, Dec.
***Internal Site Data 2011
****TechRepublic Business & Technology Audience Survey 2009

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TechRepublic Australia Team

Meet the TechRepublic journalists that bring you the latest news, reviews and more...

Chris Duckett

Editor

Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining the company as a programmer. Chris returned to CBS Interactive in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia, determined to meld together his programming and journalistic tendencies once and for all. Read more.

 


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