Media Strategies and placement

By: Bikini. The Advertising Agency  12-07-2011
Keywords: Advertising, Marketing Services, advertising and marketing services

A well designed advert, with a message or offer suited to your target market is part of the secret to advertising that generates results. However even an ad that grabs your attention and has a good call to action, can be lost if it is not placed in front of people who are suited to your product or need your services. This is where selecting the right media for your ads is important.

Basically its a 3 step process. Know your target market, select the right media, design an ad that will get their attention and include a message that is relevant to them.

Of course there are so many choices of media. Making the right choice is a careful balance of target market, objectives, timings, location and of course budget.

Using our experience, knowledge and creative skills helps you find the right solutions and balance for your advertising. Ensuring that whatever spend you allocate is being effectively used, and making as much of an impact as possible.

Plus we save you time, and stress. No need to worry about getting the ad designed and placed at the last minute or being harassed by every newspaper or magazine trying to sell you ads you probably don't need.

Keywords: Advertising, Advertising and design, advertising and marketing services, Magazine Ad, Marketing Services, Print Advertising, Strategic planning, television

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