By 2023, it is projected that there will be nearly half a million Pacific People living in New Zealand, making up almost 11% of the entire population, an increase of almost a third of its population in two decades. Pacific people are a growing voting force, representing a larger share of the growth in consumer markets and consumer-oriented health services.

FACEBOOK AUDIENCE

SPASIFIK

25 - 34 years biggest age group

PACIFIC PEOPLES HEALTH

25 - 34 years biggest age group

SPASIFIK

LOCATION

TOP PAGES

Over 30% of the audience is from the USA followed

by NZ and then Australia

After the homepage the most visited pages are the community health and the education pages

WEBSITE AUDIENCE

PACIFIC PEOPLES HEALTH

LOCATION

Location – Over 50% of the web audience is from NZ, followed by USA and then Australia

TOP PAGES

After the homepage the most popular page is the latest issue page

GENDER

Gender – Female 76% Male 24%

PRINT AUDIENCE

Magazine Distribution

 

8,000 copies of each SPASIFIK / Pacific Peoples Health issue are directly distributed into the community. 

 

4,000 copies go predominantly into the Auckland-based Pacific community as Pacific Peoples Health’s FREE distribution.

 

4,000 copies are distributed as SPASIFIK Magazine’s distribution which includes 1,000 subscribers, and 3,000 copies distributed via retail outlets nationwide. 

SPASIFIK Distribution

4,000 copies

 

3,000 copies of SPASIFIK magazine are distributed by Gordon & Gotch to 600 New Zealand retail outlets from Kaitaia to Invercargill and via Air New Zealand lounges across the Pacific Islands, Australia and USA.

 

1,000 subscribers are predominantly libraries, schools and community groups closely connected within Pacific communities. Subscribers also include business owners, Pacific families and some Government departments. 

Pacific Peoples Health Distribution

4,000 copies 

 

Pacific Peoples Health predominantly reaches  the Auckland-based Pacific community via free bulk distribution to primary care providers, Pacific churches and community groups.

 

Within the Auckland region, South Auckland is the largest region to receive copies with an average of 42% of copies, followed by Central Auckland and West Auckland.

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