LNG Prime becomes one of the world’s top LNG platforms

Less than five months since the official launch, LNG Prime has already become one of the world’s most visited LNG platforms.

The Sarajevo-based platform now has more than 40,000 visits and about 70,000 pageviews per month.

On top of this, we send up to 1,500 newsletters every working day (Monday-Friday) to our worldwide audience.

“We couldn’t be more grateful for how things progressed so far. With this pace, LNG Prime would become the world’s top LNG platform by the end of this year,” Editor-in-Chief of LNG Prime, Mirza Duran, said.

“During the short period, the team has released dozens of ‘exclusives’, ‘firsts’, and we will continue to do so as we have big goals to reach,” he said.

“In addition, we just launched our first media kit as we continue to welcome a growing number of advertising partners recognizing LNG Prime as the platform to market their services, products, events and jobs,” Duran added.

You can find the media kit and additional information HERE.

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