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Sign Strategies for the Distinguished Sign Buyer: Outperformance by Design™

Sign Strategies by RJsSigns.com

It’s not just a sign . . . It’s an Investment! Signs are the most efficient, effective, and consistent revenue generating marketing device for small and medium size businesses. They are on the job for you 24/7. Signs also cost significantly less per thousand viewers than any other media. Period. But before you rush out and stick up a sign, consider these quick and easy sign strategies to help maximize your sign buying power.

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Most Effective Marketing: A Veteran’s View

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When I wasn’t working on rebuilding our business, I took the time to calculate costs for each manner of client acquisition and then relate it to retained clients to determine a cost for each sale. From those numbers came clear principles of the most effective marketing that I practice to this day.

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Increase Sales with Newsletter Mailings

RJ's Signs & Designs, LLC

Newsletters are wonderful tools for keeping in touch with your customers and potential customers. They allow you the opportunity to communicate the most information to the best possible market for your product and/or service. Even if it's to keep your customers from forgetting about you, it's a good idea to keep reminding them, and to let them know the new things you've added. It's also a good way to show off projects you've been working on. But most of all make it informational and focus on the things that are important to your readers. As an example,

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Avoid Canned, Overused and Vague Ad Copy

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When writing ad copy, focus on a single unique selling point or number-one user benefit. Something that makes you different from your competition. Relate that to the rest of the copy you want to feature. Eliminate dead weight or overused statements from your copy, such as: For all your . . . . needs. Quality . . . . supplies. All work done by skilled professionals. Professionally designed and supervised. The perfect gift for any occasion. Modernize to economize. You've got to see it to believe it.

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Reach the Inattentive with your Advertising

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Get your money's worth when running your advertisement by capturing everyone's attention. Below are a few suggestions to get a jump-start on your marketing efforts. 1. Frequency. Create your ad so that it is shorter, but ran more often. 2. Begin your ad/commercial with your pre-processed word and logo. They should appear at the same time and within the first 1-1/2 seconds into the commercial. What is a Pre-processed Word? Pre-processing is putting your logo with a word - the word being first (thus the term pre-process). Example:

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Success Probability when Marketing to Consumers

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Thinking about marketing your business, but not sure which means or marketing will give the best results for your line of business? Consider the chart below which outlines favorable marketing methods if you sell Products or Services to Consumers: **** Greatest Probability of Marketing Success ** Good Probability of Marketing Success * Medium Probability of Marketing Success

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Tricks of the Trade Shows

RJ's Signs & Designs, LLC

If it's true what experts say, that it takes an average individual three times exposure to a company to notice them and another seven times to buy, then it would appear that exposure is one of the most important elements to the success of a company. What better way to gain mass exposure than by setting up "shop" at trade shows where, in some areas as many as 60,000 buyers will view your company first-hand. True, trade shows and exhibitions require a considerable amount of preparation. In fact, preparation can take anywhere from several weeks to six months or more. But the reward your company will reap will be worth it.

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