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srennick private msg quote post Address this user
Putting aside money that you put into social media advertising, Google and other online resources, do any of you advertise locally through various businesses that want you to buy ad space? For instance, a local golf course is putting together their scorecards for the next season. They want me to but an ad that would be placed on the scorecard. Or the local little league organization will put a banner up on the ballfield fence. There's numerous opportunities to buy ad space. But where would it be the most beneficial? If at all. So my question is, what are ya'll doing as far as local advertising?
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AAS private msg quote post Address this user
Be careful. The golf course and folder guys are a total rip off. They call from different states. I tried them out with my other businesses and not one call. One of the worse mistakes ive done.
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srennick private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks @AAS. I am family friends with the golf course owner. They are local and using a local company for printing.
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AAS private msg quote post Address this user
My company was printed on the golf card. I just didnt recieve one call. Id say if it less then 300 take gamble. I seen the cards there nice but it all comes down to the guys playing golf arent looking at the businesses on the cards.
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Integratedman private msg quote post Address this user
I am both a golfer....and marketing guy..and have looked after doing this exact thing for one of our local courses here in Guelph Ont..for the past five the idea..I have sold it to a local builder client of ours year after year..the idea is good based on the fact that people can see your message for a number of hours while they are playing..the critical point is price if you can work this into your budget ok..I would not look at it as the B all and end all but a nice portion of a "mix"
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justinv private msg quote post Address this user
What social media platforms are you wanting to advertise on? I am trying to find time to do a Facebook ad to see what results I can get. I also have another idea. Go online and see who is paying for advertisements and send them an email directly to give me a second way of getting in front of them.
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