Where To Advertise: Don’t Waste Your Ad Dollars

where-to-advertiseAs a business owner or start up, I know one of your biggest questions is where to advertise!

The following graphic gives you a good long list of options and how they are performing over time.  Hopefully it will help you decide where to advertise so you don’t waste your ad dollars.

2nd only to the mail, as to where to advertise, is internet marketing and the internet is 2nd only to TV in amount spent in ad dollars.

65% of businesses say the phone is there best source of leads and the study indicates a 35% increase in Search Engine click throughs that result in a phone call.  This is a good indicator of where to advertise.  Not on the chart is  the fact that 85% of all product purchases begin with a web search.  If you’re not Advertising online, you are missing a huge opportunity.  This graph gives you some good ideas on where to advertise.



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About Roger Ely

Roger has developed his skill as a marketer over 40 years in sales & 15 years as an entrepreneur. "Like most I've had to adjust to the new age of internet marketing and develop my skills in Social Media Marketing, SEO, Blogging & article generation. These are more than just strategies to get on Page One Google...they're necessary to communicating your desire & abilities for helping your clients thereby bringing those very clients into your services and giving you more opportunity to do what you love the most - HELP PEOPLE GET WHAT THEY WANT - YOUR PRODUCT!"
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