News Corp helps tackle cost of living with News Compare

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• 68% of people have sought to save money on bills, utility and fuel-related costs in recent months

News Corp Australia has launched a new digital comparison product that will help Australians make decisions across a range of everyday money products  – including their credit cards, home loans, personal loans and car loans. The new product, called News Compare, will debut on under the Compare Money brand.

A recent News Corp Australia cost-of-living survey of more than 2500 consumers found 68 percent have sought to save money on bills, utility and fuel-related costs in recent months.

News Compare will feature consumer-friendly topics, information and articles, FAQs, and product and merchant comparisons in a reader-friendly style written by writers who will provide information to those looking to ease cost-of-living pressures.

News Corp Australia’s managing director of client product Pippa Leary said “News Compare is a comparison content and product hub that delivers a premium experience for Australians seeking to be better informed in order to make smarter cost-of-living choices.

“It aims to save time and effort for millions of Australians who are looking for better credit options.

“News Compare sits in a sweet spot because it allows us to intermediate between our clients and help them reach more consumers and to do so seamlessly,” Leary said.

“We know that a reader who has gone to the trouble of comparing products has a strong intention to fulfil the transaction so this will drive top-quality leads for our clients. This means a client can come to us to drive not only awareness and consideration but now importantly conversion for their brand.”

News Corp Australia is working with specialist credit services comparison provider Fair Comparison which will manage commercial negotiations as a reseller of the inventory that appears with their comparison content on News Compare for everyday credit products.

Leary said she was very pleased to be working with Fair Comparison.

“Fair Comparison is a highly experienced product and commercial player with a powerful affiliate network.”

Leary said she looked forward to extending News Compare to the company’s stable of mastheads and brands.

“With our network of powerhouse brands and millions of data points providing insights into behaviours, we know how to find these audiences and give them access to relevant content and to our clients making News Compare a very compelling and unique product in Australia’s crowded media landscape.

“The bottom line is increasing cost-of-living pressures means the time is right to help our audiences who want to make their money work harder.”

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