DuJour Media is pleased to welcome internationally acclaimed life and business strategist Tony Robbins to the world of DuJour Select. DuJour Select will redefine the luxury media landscape, creating a hub for the most discerning audiences nationwide. “There are very few individuals like Jason who provide added value while connecting with the most affluent and influential consumers of products and services in the U.S. Jason and I have been friends for decades. I am excited to go on this journey with him.” says Robbins.
“I am blessed and honored to have Tony’s focus and attention on inspiring and motivating me and my team to accelerate and evolve DuJour Media and DuJour Select,” says Binn. “Together, we are poised to curate and disseminate transformative content that focuses on the top markets in the country.”
DuJour Select is more than a marketing club; it’s a seal of excellence for a new era with a heavy focus on social growth including Instagram and TikTok, content curation, online privacy, supercharged press that distributes through over 100 media outlets written by our award winning editors and event activations with A-list stars. DuJour Select blends editorial excellence with strategic market outreach, leveraging DuJour’s extensive media network that now reaches over half a billion individuals monthly while working with the most prestigious and prominent media outlets.
Strategic partners will have the luxury to cherry pick these offerings through our different tiers which are; Bronze ($400K), Silver ($700K), Gold ($850K).
Since launching DuJour Media in 2012, it has accessed its controlled-circulation readership, which is responsible for 70 percent of the nation’s purchasing power. The DuJour Media business model was profiled in Forbes for its ability to access and connect with the world’s most affluent and influential people. The headline read: “If you are rich and powerful, Jason Binn and his team will track you down, get your data and ensure you get his magazine.” DuJour Media was awarded Adweek’s Readers’ Choice Poll for Hottest Magazine ahead of WSJ (DuJour.com ) won a Webby Award (considered the Oscars of the internet, with more than 14,000 applicants from over 50 states and 60 countries) for Best Homepage Design for its website, beating out competitors including Squarespace, Condé Nast and Google.