5 Reasons You Should Advertise in Edmond Outlook
- Because Your Market Constantly
New families in the area mean new customers to
reach. People earn more money,
which means changes in lifestyles and buying habits. The shopper who wouldn’t
consider your business a few years ago may be a prime customer now due to a
raise, a move, a marriage, or a baby.
- Because Your Competition is Advertising
There’s a limited amount of consumers in the market who are ready to buy at any
one time. You’ll need to advertise to keep regular customers and to
counterbalance the advertising of your competition. You must advertise to keep
your share of Edmond, Oklahoma customers or you will lose them to the more aggressive
- Because it Pays Off In the Short and Long Term
Advertising gives you a long-term advantage over competitors who cut back or
cancel advertising. A five year survey of more than 3,000 companies found advertisers who maintain or expand
advertising over a five year period see their sales increase an average of
100%. Companies, that cut advertising, averaged sales decreases of 45%.
- Because Store Traffic Equals
Continuous store traffic is the first step toward sales increases and expanding
your base of shoppers. The more people who come into the store, the more
possibilities you have to make sales and sell additional merchandise. For every
100 items that shoppers plan to buy, they make 30 unanticipated “in the
store” purchases, an NRMA survey shows.
- Because There’s Always Business to
Your doors are open. Employees are on the payroll. Even the slowest days
produce sales. As long as you’re in business, you’ve got overhead to meet and
new people to reach. Advertising can generate customers now…and in the future.
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