Have you ever thought of advertising your online business offline to get more leads and sales? Well the offline market is a goldmine! After all people spend 100% of their time offline and only some percentage of their day online. Think about it!
So here are the secrets to cashing on newspaper and magazine ads:
1. Choose The Right Paper/Magazine To Advertise In
There are many potential publications you can place your ad in. These can be mainstream magazines, niche magazines, daily newspapers, weekly newspapers and so on. Niche magazines will generate the best results but might also be the most expensive. There is no sure way to know whether your ad will work out, but if you see similar businesses advertising in the publication consistently, then you can be pretty sure it is pulling in some results for them.
2. Use Proven Ad Copy
Look at the ads that seem to appear in every issue of your newspaper of magazine. Chances are if the ad copy remains the same, it is working for them. See what you can learn from the ad and apply the same principles to your ad.
For the past few days I’ve been trying different techniques that I found on Internet to get quick Facebook likes. Well if you are also searching for the same thing then, I can help you save your time by telling you what I’ve already tried and not worked.
Before I tell you what are the things I’ve already done, let me tell you why you need Facebook likes.
Why you need Facebook Likes?
You Need Facebook likes because whatever you publish on your Facebook page is shown on the person’s news feed and the statistics shows 30 percent of people tends to click on whatever is shown on news feed.
So, if you have 1000 likes on your page then you will get around 300 hundred unique visitors per post just after one time hard work.
So, How to get Facebook likes
Well, I don’t have the answer for that question as you can see my Facebook page has only 1 like
What I’ve not done
For the past 20 or so years since the desktop computer started making an appearance in publishing, the magazine industry has had the doom-sayers gathering round, predicting its ultimate death. Yet the industry always manages to pull through. Even with the wide-scale adoption of the internet in the late 90s, magazines stood firm.
Despite carrying on bullishly, the past two or three years indisputably have been tough ones for most magazine publishers, with advertising revenues coming down and new technologies and platforms challenging existing business models. But just when they thought it couldn’t get better, the industry is bouncing back again.
According to the latest PPA Publishing Futures survey more than 96% of 101 publishers surveyed expect profitability to increase over the next 12 months. This is supported by two positive industry trends: rising demand for consumer magazines and a year-on-year increase in advertising revenues. Despite forecasts predicting a further decline for consumer magazine advertising last year, the medium enjoyed revenue growth in three of the four quarters in 2010, according to AA/WARC advertising figures.