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Direct Mail = Your Money, From Printer to Mailbox to Trash!


I did a quick, very unscientific survey of 25 of my friends. I asked them to put the mail that they do not open or read in a specific trash bag.

Womentisements


The unnecessary and extensive use of female models in advertisements is common not only in America & Europe, but also in Pakistan and rest of the world. Women are used to sell everything from cars to cigarettes.

Science of Advertising and How to Benefit From It


It is very important to realize that persons buy from you. It is the mind at other end of the internet who will decide a sale from you.

Print Your Marketing Postcards For A Penny, Address Them For Free, and Automate the Whole Process


This article will show you how to cut your printing costs to a penny and have your postcards addressed for free without doing it all yourself, reducing the time you invest in your mailing to almost nothing.So, you have a list of hot prospects in hand; you need a way to get your marketing message in front of them with the hope that a reasonable percentage will call you.

10 Ways To Improve Your Print Ads


1) Include a coupon in your large ads. This can increase response from 25 to 100 percent.

Creating a Winning Logo


Creating a logo to get you noticed.When you're branding a company with a name, a colour scheme and a logo the logo is often not given enough care and attention.

Promotional Vehicles


It is difficult to miss a Hummer, but how many companies could afford to run one to promote their business? The answer is, of course, very few and it is doubtful whether GM's overgrown offspring would be the most suitable promotional vehicle for many of them. What then are the alternatives and how could businesses benefit from using a vehicle as an advertising medium?What is a promotional vehicle?A promotional vehicle is a car, truck or SUV with purpose-designed adhesive vinyl graphics applied to its exterior, promoting a business or one of its products or services.

Avoid The Big Advertising Mistakes


Is your advertising copy getting the results you want? If not, look at your current marketing to see if you're making one of the major copywriting mistakes:Selling features instead of benefits. Telling your customer that your "fabulous new ALF-400 comes complete with AeroScan and BandControl technologies!" doesn't actually tell them anything.

Why Your Ad Failed


So you spent good money on an ad, put it in a magazine or newspaper, and waited patiently for phone calls that didn't materialize. You're upset: you feel that you've wasted money and time, and now you're convinced that advertising doesn't work.

10 Tips to Use Giveaways Effectively


Walk around any trade or consumer show and you will be able to collect a bag full of advertising specialties, or giveaway items all designed to promote. But look a little more closely.

The Art Of Fear Free Advertising


Is fear of failure an issue when you commit valuable money in advertising?Well how about if I showed you a way to remove this fear and you know that you would be able to spend money advertising KNOWING you would get a return?Is that a valuable lesson?Course it is!So, how do you do it?The answer is testing!It's simple really..

Developing a Formal Brand Messaging Document


Ensure everyone in your company sings from the same sheet of music when it comes to communicating a consistent brand message.Imagine one of your customers calling six different people in your company.

How to Get People to Read Your Ads Like CRAZY!


Rule One :- The HeadlineThe headline should summarize the whole offer. It should grab the eye, and make you want to read the subheading.

The Truth in Advertising


Most of us have seen at least a dozen different toothpaste commercials that claim, "Three out of four dentists recommend..

Online vs. Offline Advertising


Let's face it. Email marketing and publishing have becamevery popular tool for promoting your business, especially in theUSA.

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