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    Thank for the information about your previous business .
    I always use similar way of what we call card drops,these are like business card written on Headline which captures someone attention to send your message.
    i have used this strategy to promote my business whenever i go in bus,hotels,seminars,i give to everyone i meet on the waycard drop.jpg
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    I had a pizzeria a few years back and found that flyers were still the best source of business. The other online advertising is great, but for small places it can get very expensive and if not done properly it ends up being a waste.

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    Any decent marketing campaign should be a mix of both traditional and non traditional forms of promotional/advertising materials. It is all going to depend upon you your target audience, your marketing budget for this sort of thing, and of course any existing trends in your company data. I would suggest surveying/polling your existent customer base after sending out any materials and asking your customers how they heard of you and/or how they prefer to be reached. A decent marketing department should be ontop of this sort of thing. If that is just not feasible, a consultant might be your best bet. Of course...lol.

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    Jon,

    I am a marketing consultant who is just getting into the game, relatively speaking. I have noticed that depending upon the business and the audience they are trying to reach with a particular mailer or print ad, this can still, be effective. If anything, this sort of multi channel approach should be able to support any online advertisements or promotions. Also, you can have fun with direct mail by doing things like having a promo with a deadline in the mailing that you need to go online and register for or "like" a social media page to participate in. This is a great way for getting people to opt-in and for building up a clients database which they can then convert to sales.

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    For things like gigs, markets, store openings, etc. I think flyers are great, especially when you put them in bars and cafes.

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