Haul freight ad launched in U.S., Canada, South Korea
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In an effort to get people to use Amazon Prime, a major U.K. and U.C.S. delivery service, the ad service Harbour has launched an ad that it hopes will get people ordering goods and services using Amazon Prime.
The ad, which appears on the website for Amazon Prime in the U.N. headquarters building in New York, reads: Amazon Prime delivery service in U-K., Canada.
You’ll find all your favorite products from our Prime range here.
The ads were originally created for the UK Prime memberships of The Times, but it was recently launched in Canada and South Korea, where the ads have been widely accepted.
It’s not clear how many U.T.S.-registered customers have signed up for the ad, or if the UB Group is involved.
The company did not respond to questions about whether it is using Prime Prime or its ad service to reach its subscribers.
The news comes just weeks after The Times and The Globe and Mail both launched advertisements for their Prime membership program, which is offered to subscribers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In response to the news, Prime’s head of marketing said the company would continue to support the U-T.
“We are very pleased to see The Times continue to expand its Prime membership offering with ads that are aligned with our platform, and that they have seen support from Amazon Prime,” Matt Taylor wrote in an email.
“This is an exciting time for Prime and for our members, and we are committed to providing new opportunities for people to benefit from Prime membership.”
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