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Thread: Door "hanger" marketing. Does it work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Express Web Studio View Post
    We put the flyers on the post of the mailbox. Technically you're not even supposed to put them on the post but usually the mailman doesn't care as long as it isn't on the mailbox. If you put them on/near the mailbox you can do both sides of the street at the same time which will save a massive amount of time.
    I think it's kind of a shame that you can't put them inside the mailbox, but I understand the reasoning. But (and this is just me) I hate things stuck on my front door, tossed on my porch, or worst of all: stuck on my garage door. I always fantasize going around the neighborhood collecting those things, taking them all to the business and setting fire to the pile on THEIR front door. And people who stick flyers on cars in parking lots or in driveways... there are no words!

    But the spam/telemarketing problem has made me very hostile to most kinds of advertising. I realize this may limit the growth of my shop! It's a conundrum!

    Having said all that, I went back and read the OP's flyer and I have to admit that I love the business idea. That's pretty brilliant!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KristineS View Post
    It seems like the places to advertise a laundry service would be in laundromats and places like that.
    Is it me or do you really think laundry mats will willingly shoot themselves in their own feet to lose their own customer base??

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    I think this is a brilliant idea, but will only work in limited place, like the place where has doors. (sorry not funny)

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