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Everyday people are using the Green Planet Advertiser as a search tool to find green eco friendly company's/products. Our functional design and ease of use have helped us become one of the fastest growing green eco friendly directories worldwide .

Unique Selling Point (USP)

 Unique Selling Point (USP)
The way we sell advertising space

At the Green Planet Advertiser we don't have a standard sized advert. We are the only advertising company that lets our potential customers set the size of their advert from 1 box to as many their marketing budget will allow.

We offer competitively priced flexible advertising with a link to a global marketplace Other advertising companies cannot, or will not offer this kind of flexibility in there advertising. You advert will be on-line for 1 year guaranteed.

Access to a global network.
The purchase of a 30 x 30 box advert gives you the unique opportunity to split your box advert into four 15 x 15 boxes placing one in your country of residence and three in any country of your choice around the world, mouse over text box for all four adverts with a link to your website and a more comprehensive listing in our green links section. We are offering the first five (5) company's a 50% discount on global advertising.

We are the only global advertising company that allows our potential customers to advertise this way.Nobody sells global advertising space with this amount of flexibility

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Benefits of advertising with us

Benefits of advertising with us

There are around 96,500 low-carbon and renewable energy companies. The UK's low-carbon and renewable energy (LCRE) economy grew by 5% in 2016/17, generating a total annual turnover of £46.2bn for the UK's economy;

Growth in green businesses is also expected to outpace the 1.8 per cent growth of the wider economy. The green economy is continuing to provide one of the major economic bright spots for the UK.

Recent research carried out found that investments in clean technology have been growing globally, led by the US and to a lesser extent the EU. More importantly, research has shown that an increasing number of consumers are willing to pay more for products with green attributes, and the price premium enjoyed by green products could be, for instance, as much as 20%.

By joining our network and placing an advert with us you are sending a message to your customers and the wider business community that you are taking action to become a clean and green company. Not only will you reduce costs and increase your resilience, you will also be leading the way for others to follow.


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Eco-Friendly Tips to Save Cash

There are a lot of misconceptions about living an eco-friendly lifestyle, particularly the idea that it's expensive, inconvenient, and requires a full head of dreadlocks. But in reality, it is easy being green - giving the planet a helping hand is just a matter of making one simple change at a time. And there's a big bonus: These small lifestyle changes can often save you money, too.

The environmental movement isn't about adding things to one's life; it's about simplifying our actions, cutting out middlemen, thinking economically, and being more hands-on and that usually means extra change in your pocket! Put some (or all!) of these easy tips into practice to be friendlier to the planet and your wallet.


Swap your wardrobe for someone else's.
It's not hard to find someone who's willing to swap his or her clothes for yours. There are a lot of websites dedicated to hooking up likeminded people (who want free clothes), but if you'd rather be in charge of selecting what clothing comes your way, to find out if there's an upcoming swap meet near you.

This'll save you the cost of new clothes, reduce two people's waste, and lower carbon footprints all around-the production and transportation of even a single cotton t-shirt generates several kilograms of greenhouse gases that could be avoided with second-hand shopping.

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Saving humanity one planet at a time.

As well as mitigating against our carbon emissions, we need to adapt to a changing climate, from the buildings we live and work in, to the way we travel, to where we go on holiday, to the plants and flowers we grow in the garden and the food we buy in the shops

Solar panels and battery storage Lower your carbon footprint Reuse, Reduce, Recycle Travel green on holidays

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