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You can use magnetic signs, window stickers, or have your message painted on side of your car, van, or tuck. Check Yellow Pages for a printer, sign company, or banner maker who can provide your signs.
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Because we tend to drive along with same clump of cars for significant distances, people can see your sign for 15 to20 minutes. Your signs can work as a prolonged highway infomercial.
* Take Advantage of Billboards: Billboards are a classic way of reaching customers in a specific neighborhood. You can target certain routes to work, residential communities, even workers at particular plants.
Not all states and communities allow billboards. You may have to use posters or small signs. These are even more effective in areas that don't have billboards.
Keep your billboard message simple. There is no way people will understand detailed copy at 70 miles per hour. Instead, let a photo help tell your story. A headline, graphic, and two bullets are generally most your can effectively use.
Major corporations are always interested in creating "Brand Recognition" for their products. That's why you see so many commercials that don't seem to be selling much of anything -- they are simply trying to get you to remember NAME so that it will come to mind when you make your next purchase. As a small- businessperson, you can do same thing by being creative with your advertising and thinking outside computer "box."
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