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the secular sector, as in the religious
there exist a variety of options for advertising and exposure


 
Among the services we offer
 
- Posting of notices on municipal notice boards
- Advertising licenses o n behalf of the local authorities
- Payment of fees
- Posting notices in building entrances
- Printing
- Graphics, proofreading and preparation for printing
- Consultation and guidance on focused advertising according to the customer’s needs.
- Notices of mourning, printing and posting within two hours
(Jerusalem and Central vicinities only)
- Distributing information bulletins at shopping centers and events
  contact us here
 
  Printing Notices
 
We print notices of any size and type at special prices
  Announcements of Mourning
 
Within two hours of notification, Diyuk Pirsum prints and posts mourning notices, including graphics and preparation for printing (limited to the
Jerusalem and Central vicinities).
 
We also do graphics and printing without posting.
  Posting in Mikvaot
 
In Israel there are approximately 2,400 declared mikvaot (according to The National Authority on Religious Affairs), which embody a potential source of advertising.
 
Diyuk Pirsum does advertising in mikvaot in most parts of the country.
  Posting in Mikvaot
 
In Israel there are approximately 2,400 declared mikvaot (according to The National Authority on Religious Affairs), which embody a potential source of advertising.
 
Diyuk Pirsum does advertising in mikvaot in most parts of the country.
  In
  Elad is a Moatza Mikomit (Local Council) in the central part of Israel, populated entirely by  Haredi and religious residents and situated about 10 kilometers from the city of Petach Tikvah. Its area of jurisdiction is 2,700 dunim. Elad was declared a Moatza in 1998. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, in September 2005 Elad had a population of 22,600, the population growing at the annual rate of 26.3%.
In the city of Elad, Diyuk Pirsum posts notices on notice boards and in synagogues and mikvahs. They also do direct distribution of notices in mailboxes, and other services.
   
Ashdod lies on the sea-coast approximately 40 kilometers south of Tel-Aviv,
and numbers 220,000 inhabitants, over 30,000 of whom are Haredi.
 
In the city of Ashdod, Diyuk Pirsum posts notices on notice boards and in synagogues and mikvaot, and also does direct distribution of notices in mailboxes in the Haredi sector
  Posting Notices
 
Beitar Ilit is situated in Judea-Samaria 15 kilometers south of Jerusalem, and was proclaimed a Municipality in 2001. The city is populated entirely by Haredi and religious Jews and numbers close to 30,000.
 
In Beitar Ilit Diyuk Pirsum does posting of notices on public notice boards, and in synagogues and mikvaot. They also do direct distribution in mailboxes, mourning notices and other services.
 
  Posting Notices
 
In the city of  Petach Tikvah which is situated in the center of Israel there live almost 200,000 residents, approximately 25% of whom are  religious or Haredi. The rural scenery which characterized Petach Tikvah from the founding of the State up until the last twenty years has been replaced as a result of the city’s ongoing development.
 
The city of Petach Tikvah has great advertising potential for the religious and Haredi communities.
 
In Petach Tikvah Diyuk Pirsum posts notices on public notice boards, and synagogues and mikvaot,. They  also do direct distribution of notices in mailboxes and other services.   
 
  Posting Notices
 
Bnei Brak, the largest Haredi city in Israel, numbers 140,000 (according to a 2003 report of The Central Bureau of Statistics) and is almost entirely populated by Haredi and religious Jews.
 
As the center of Haredi Judaism, Bnei Brak is the home of many communal leaders and prominent and influential yeshivot, attended by students from all over Israel.
 
In Bnei Brak Diyuk Pirsum does posting of notices on municipal notice boards (via the municipality), in synagogues and mikvaot, as well as direct distribution of notices in mailboxes and other services.
 
  Posting of Notices
 
Givat Ze’ev, with a population of approximately 11,000 (according to a 2003
report by The Central Bureau of Statistics) was declared a Moatza Mikomit
(Local Council)  in 1984. It is located about five kilometers northwest of Jerusalem.
 
 In Givat Ze’ev Diyuk Pirsum posts notices on notice boards (via the Moatza Mikomit) as well as in synagogues and mikvaot. They also do direct distribution of notices in mailboxes, printing and posting of mourning notices  and additional services.
  Posting Notices
 
The city of Haifa has a population of approximately 280,000. The population is mixed, and includes Haredim and secular Israelis, Arabs and new immigrants. There are some 10,000 Haredi and religious residents living in concentrated areas as well as a prominent and influential Vizhnitz      Hassidic community.
 
In Haifa Diyuk Pirsum does posting of notices on notice boards, and in       synagogues and mikvaot. They also do direct distribution of notices in mailboxes in the Haredi areas and additional services.
 
  Posting Notices
 
In Jerusalem there reside almost 800,000 people (as of October 2006), 230,000 of them Haredi and religious.
 
In Jerusalem posting and distribution of notices is done by neighborhood
according to the type of residents.
 
In Jerusalem Diyuk Pirsum does posting of notices on municipal notice boards (via the Municipality), and in synagogues and mikvaot, as well as direct distribution in mailboxes. They also print and post mourning notices  and additional services.
 
  Posting Notices
 
Modi’in Elit, the third largest Haredi city in Israel, numbers over 30,000 Haredim. It is located some kilometers from the city of Modi’in in the center of Israel. The residents refer to it as “Kiryat Sefer” after the first neighborhood established in the city.
 
In Modi’in Ilit Diyuk Pirsum does posting of notices on municipal notice boards (via the municipality), in synagogues and mikvaot. They also do direct distribution of notices in mailboxes as well as printing and posting mourning notices.
 
  Tel Tzion, a small Jewish community numbering 3000 residents is situated near the settlement of Kochav Yaakov, 10 kilometers north of Jerusalem. The settlement is part of the Mateh Binyomin Regional Council.
 
In Tel Tzion Diyuk Pirsum posts notices on notice boards and in synagogues and mikvaot. They also distribute notices directly into mailboxes, as well as printing and posting mourning notices.
 
      
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