Y ou’re not in Kansas anymore. In the 1950s, mass media such as newspapers, radio and television were the dominant form of marketing, with only large businesses being able to afford national or international exposure. If a company wanted to reach audiences outside their local area, they had to create commercials or newspaper ads.
Today, there are thousands of TV channels with segmented programming for every taste. Consumers now use mobile phones and tablets to communicate and make purchases. Your marketing message can now be broadcast to the people most likely to buy your product via hundreds of specialist publications, websites and channels available through cable, satellite, computers, tablets, and mobile phones.
Your business has an exciting opportunity to reach a segmented audience. And a well-coordinated ad campaign to reinforce your brand identity, can drive direct response and make a notable difference in consumer awareness.
Because there are more advertising avenues than ever before, it’s important to select the right vehicle to deliver your message. Marcy Design has produced successful advertising campaigns for many businesses. Media outlets include: Print, radio, TV, outdoor and web.
How To Evaluate Your Advertising
From time to time, you’ll probably be approached by someone about a new advertising medium or opportunity. Sometimes, deciding whether to commit new dollars – or take some of your existing ad budget away from another project – isn’t always easy.
Here are four things you can look at to help you make the right decision:
1. The target market. Who will be reading, listening, or viewing, and how close is that description to the men and women you want to reach?
2. The reach and editorial calendar involved. How many people visit, tune in, come in or otherwise look at the content, and how often?
3. How much competition you will face. Will all of your competitors be advertising in the same place?
4. The price. Is this an opportunity that you can afford to take advantage of without stretching your budget too far, or cutting existing campaigns?
When it comes down to it, there isn’t any way to know for sure whether an advertising opportunity is right for you until you’ve tried and tested it. Until then, though, you can use these four criteria in your decision-making process.
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– Brand management
– Media planning
– Copy writing
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