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Offline jc195

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advertising
« on: November 02, 2008, 10:32:11 am »
i have ads in my large city paper and the 3 free papers, 40 bandit signs out and flyers put up at all the laundry mats and stores.

i attend the rei meetings and have visited with many people and have found no one to mentor with.

can someone please share with me what i am doing wrong.

according to the programs i have purchased and all things i have read. there should be calls should be just rolling in doing these things.

the few calls i do get (the most were 3 calls in a week) are for properties that either so delapidated  they are used by vagrants or are going to the foreclosure auction the same day.

i have been doing these things 4 months and i am about ready to throw in the towel.

i must be doing something incorrect. thanks for all your advice.
 :help

Offline herbster

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Re: advertising
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2008, 12:19:02 pm »
What are you advertizing for?

Offline Donny Hammond

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Re: advertising
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2008, 04:53:17 am »
I own a little restaurant in the college area of San Diego. I'm wondering if you can give me any tips for advertising my sandwich shop to the college students...
Print advertising? Online Advertising? How much does it cost....?Can you also give any ideas on special events or promotions to get customers in...?Thanks!

Offline harrisjr

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Re: advertising
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2008, 02:12:14 pm »
Donny,

I have one word for you "Google." Yes, Google has the local business center it is free gives the customer a map and directions to your business plus you can create a coupon online for 1/2 price sandwichs or whatever . Ok, now for print advertising try some door hangers, value-pak, flyers or bulk postcards.  I hope the info was useful and good luck.
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Obstacles are the things we see when we take our eyes off our goals. - Zig Ziglar

Offline hassansr

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Re: advertising
« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2008, 06:31:21 pm »
Remember, this was the person that started the discussion.

What does your marketing say?
Does it drive sellers to a website or voicemail system?
Where do you put the signs and where? (intersections, off ramps, parking lots, etc)

What town are you in? If its not a large one whats the estimated population?


i have ads in my large city paper and the 3 free papers, 40 bandit signs out and flyers put up at all the laundry mats and stores.

i attend the rei meetings and have visited with many people and have found no one to mentor with.

can someone please share with me what i am doing wrong.

according to the programs i have purchased and all things i have read. there should be calls should be just rolling in doing these things.

the few calls i do get (the most were 3 calls in a week) are for properties that either so delapidated  they are used by vagrants or are going to the foreclosure auction the same day.

i have been doing these things 4 months and i am about ready to throw in the towel.

i must be doing something incorrect. thanks for all your advice.
 :help
Hassan Omar
Shortsales & Wholesaling
www.shortsalehud-1.com

Offline spacerecon

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Re: advertising
« Reply #5 on: November 12, 2008, 03:17:02 pm »
I own a little restaurant in the college area of San Diego. I'm wondering if you can give me any tips for advertising my sandwich shop to the college students...
Print advertising? Online Advertising? How much does it cost....?Can you also give any ideas on special events or promotions to get customers in...?Thanks!


Have you ever tried put eye catching  car magnets AD or a rear window graphic sign in your deliver car and park it in front of you restaurant or drive them very often in the neighborhood. it will helps.

go to www.signazon.com they have planty  of template for you to choose and they has has free designer. give them a call.

this is the car magnets
http://www.signazon.com/car-magnetic-signs.aspx

this is the rear window graphic
http://www.signazon.com/rear-window-graphics.aspx

 




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