|By Marketwired .||
|August 13, 2014 05:14 PM EDT||
Shelton, CT -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/14 -- Lube Report Asia has applied for an E-Newsletter membership in BPA Worldwide. LUBE REPORT ASIA is published by LNG Publishing Company, Inc, (Falls Church, VA).
The BPA E-Newsletter audit will track Lube Report Asia's traffic and demographics. LUBE REPORT ASIA will have 12 months to complete its initial audit.
"The strong growth of Lube Report Asia has made it a perfect time to apply for membership with BPA Worldwide," said Publisher Nancy DeMarco. "Our firm commitment to being able to provide the most accurate information available regarding the traffic and audience of the Lube Report Asia will be enhanced by our future membership in BPA. We have selected BPA, a leading auditing and reporting source, to provide us with accurate, objective statistical data."
We are pleased that Lube Report Asia has applied for membership in BPA Worldwide," said BPA president and CEO Glenn Hansen. "We applaud the publisher for providing advertisers and prospects with the solid assurance of an independent circulation audit conducted according to our world-respected, uncompromising standards. With a BPA audit, media buyers can be confident that circulation claims are accurate, and that they have the verified data that they need to assess a publication's effectiveness in serving its market."
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