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WELCOME TO THE THAIGER

Our website has skyrocketed in new user from 275,000 page views per month at the start of 2018 to 2.1 million page views in February 2019, representing more than 1.3 million sessions. (Google Analytics)

The Thaiger crosses a number of platforms including the main website, a smartphone App, Facebook pages, YouTube Channel, Instagram, Twitter and Phuket’s 102.75 FM – all with ONE brand, The Thaiger.

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WHO IS THE THAIGER?

The Thaiger was launched as a radio station and Facebook page on October 1, 2016. The company then purchased the digital assets of the Phuket Gazette in July 2017 and rebranded all products under ‘The Thaiger’ in April 2018. Since that time the business has grown into one of Thailand’s leading English-speaking news portals (currently #4) and #1 in Phuket.

62% of our website audience is based in Thailand and 75% of our audience access our services through a smartphone. thethaiger.com website is in English and Thai.

Since July 2017 thethaiger.com has grown at an average of 18% every month.

Advertising is available on our website, Facebook pages, radio station, daily email to subscribers.

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The Thaiger has restricted banner spaces available. They are premium spaces only and we don’t stack up a line of never-to-be-seen banners down the side of our page.

We have banner spaces available on our English and Thai pages, or both, so you can better target your message.

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The Thaiger has three Facebook pages – The Thaiger (national news and info in English and Thai) and The Thaiger Radio (Phuket news and radio info). Combined, a catchment of 200,000 engaged followers with the island’s highest engagement of any other English-speaking Facebook page, by far.

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We also have paid feature editorials on thethaiger.com and then boost the articles on our Facebook platforms. These rank high in Google leveraging The Thaiger’s authority on the world’s largest search engine. Contact us for details on how that could work for you.

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We can also help create, film and share original video features which we will then post on our website as well as on our social media platforms.

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The Thaiger, Phuket’s 102.75 FM, is an English-speaking FM radio station running for nearly two years. The station has three daily Phuket-based presenters – Garry, Tom and Tim. The station also has the island’s only local news service, seven days a week, plus international news every hour with weather updates every 30 minutes. Music is ‘the best of the 90’s, 00’s and now’. In an audited survey in April 2018, The Thaiger registered an average reach of 42,700 unique listeners per month with a 36% share of all available listeners on the island.

Sponsorship is available for Breakfast “Waking The Thaiger”, Lunch with “Tank on The Thaiger” and Afternoons with “Phuket’s Top 10” programs. Or you can purchase a general advertising schedule.

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Thailand News Today | Pfizer vaccines on the way, Phuket’s July re-opening | May 7

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Disease Control Department back-peddled saying that that foreigners living in Thailand WILL also be vaccinated, governor of Chiang Mai is calling for the ban on dining in at restaurants in the northern city to be lifted and for eateries to be allowed to serve food on-site until 9pm, Tourism and Sports Minister insists the southern island of Phuket must record zero Covid-19 cases if a planned July re-opening is to go ahead, and 150 million baht worth of methamphetamine pills were impounded in Nakhon Phanom yesterday

 

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Stimulus package gives more back the more you spend

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PHOTO: A new stimulus package aims to get the middle class spending. (via Flickr - Marco Verch)

A new stimulus package targeting middle and high-income people aims at increasing spending by offering more e-voucher the more you spend. Ying Chai Ying Dai, which translates to “the more you spend the more you get”, will reward those who spend between 46,000 and 70,000 baht with a 7,000 baht e-voucher. This part of the government’s 225 billion baht stimulus package hopes to encourage 4 million qualifying middle- to upper-class people to spend more money by refunding 10-15% back, according to the Finance Ministry’s Fiscal Policy Office.

People wishing to participate must register and make their purchases through a government e-wallet system. The system works by refunding 10 to 15% of purchases with a maximum of 7,000 baht. So at 15%, a person who spent 46,000 baht would receive back the full 7,000. On the 10% scheme, 70,000 baht in spending would be necessary to reach 7,000 cashback. No details were available on what determines the percentage level.

An additional 2,000 baht will be available for people participating in the “Section 33 Rao Rak Kan” and “Rao Chana” scheme. The plans are expected to push 85.5 billion Baht back into the economy as recipients must spend the cash by the end of June.

The 50/50 stimulus program that has been popular with the government covering half of what people spend for half for food, drink, and other items up to 150 baht per person per day will also be expanded. That plan began on October 23, and ended at the end of 2020, covering 10 million people with each receiving 3000 baht. The second phase of the popular program added 5 million more people and raised the limit to 3,500 baht per person.

A third phase of the “Khon La Khrueng” stimulus plan is expected to begin in July with participants getting a maximum of 3,500 baht each to spend, and opening the program to 16 million new people. This massive expansion though will stipulate that anyone participating in this program cannot also participate in the Ying Chai Ying Dai scheme.

All of these cash and voucher benefits aimed at supporting vulnerable groups, along with cash handouts for people who have state welfare cards, are part of 245 billion baht the government is spending in an attempt to keep the economy from collapsing. This falls under an emergency loan decree allocating the government 1 trillion baht total to cope with Covid-19.

SOURCE: The Phuket News

 

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Covid UPDATE: 2,044 new cases and 27 deaths, provincial totals

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2,044 new Covid-19 cases and 27 coronavirus-related deaths were reported today in the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration’s daily briefing. There are now 29,320 active Covid-19 cases. 1,170 Covid patients are in critical condition including 367 on ventilators.

Since the start of the pandemic last year, the CCSA has reported a total of 78,855 Covid-19 infections and 363 virus-related deaths.

Out of 27 new fatalities, patients were ages 30 to 90. Most of the deaths were in Bangkok and surrounding provinces. Several contacted the virus from family members.

Provinces with the highest number of new confirmed cases…

Province New cases Total cases since April 1
Bangkok 869 16,917
Nonthaburi 201 3,032
Samut Prakan 165 2,902
Chon Buri 89 3,128
Samut Sakhon 69 1,299
Surat Thani 60 1,035
Pathum Thani 39 1,099
Chiang Mai 33 3,180
Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya 32 607
Nakhon Pathom 29 746
Ranong 29 329

 

Districts in Bangkok with the highest number of confirmed cases…

District New cases
Khlong Toei 46
Pathum Wan 24
Bang Khae 24
Lat Phrao 13
Ratchathewi 10
Pom Prap Sattru Phai 9
Bueng Kum 9
Phasi Charoen 8
Bang Khun Thian 8
Din Daeng 8

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