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  • signs - Website Design Clacton
    mobile text marketing sms marketing social media graphics signs graphics signs clacton vehicle graphics signs branding qr codes tips do s dont s news other marketing Website Design Clacton Affordable website design in clacton professional website design that works for you Try before you buy without Obligation Call us today to book your FREE Consultation Stand out from the If your not using Target then I can only assume that you have no need of new customers Bobby Rekhi The Esplanade Hotel Clacton The number of potential new clients coming through the door has risen fourfold Nick Westlake Gallery Fitness Clacton Crowd ideas free Make an Impact We don t just make signs we help your business to stand out from the crowd We don t just make banners we help you promote your event We don t just make window graphics we help you to create the right impression We realise that without your success we wouldn t succeed That s why we place your business needs at the forefront of everything that we do Well produced contemporary signage can boost any business profits You ll make an impact on passers by catching their eye and being more memorable

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/signs/4577411788 (2016-04-24)
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  • branding - Website Design Clacton
    is stapled to the letter Both are folded and inserted in a plain envelope Company 2 The same fantastic offer is typed on a quality headed paper which has been designed with a professional logo The letter is enclosed in an A4 printed folder along with two A4 inserts about the product service and a glossy 2 sided business card which has been professionally printed The folder is inserted in an envelope which has the company logo printed on it So which company would you choose to take up the fantastic offer Probably it would be Company 2 because it screams out professional and trustworthy You are probably thinking why you would even consider doing what Company 1 did The most common answer to that by companies is we would love to but we can t afford it how does a start up company afford a professional look when all our money is needed for our set up These are just a few of the reasons why Target Marketing now offer our ready steady start up packages designed for new companies who need a professional look but haven t got huge budgets Ready steady Target start up package a logo tagline web presence letterhead invoice compliment slip and business card design for only 249 00 complete At Target Marketing we understand that there is a lot to take into consideration when starting up a company One of the most important is ensuring you have a professional appearance that projects the right message to your customers Creating your company s brand is one of the most important things that you ll do as a business owner Your brand is a key asset that will help your customers to remember your business it is not just about creating a logo it s

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/branding/4574233459 (2016-04-24)
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  • qr codes - Website Design Clacton
    scope of use for QR codes really is huge particularly for the marketing and advertising of products brands services and anything else you can think of Why should I care about QR Codes With as many as half of us now owning smartphones and that number growing on a daily basis QR Codes have the potential to have a major impact upon society and particularly in advertising marketing and customer service with a wealth of product information just one scan away How is a QR Code different from a normal 1D UPC barcode Ordinarily we think of a barcode as a collection of vertical lines 2D Barcodes or QR Codes are different in that the data is stored in both directions and can be scanned vertically OR horizontally Whilst a standard 1D Barcode UPC EAN stores up to 30 numbers a QR Barcode can store up to a massive 7 089 It is this massive amount of data that enables links to such things as videos Facebook or Twitter pages or a plethora of other website pages How do I scan a QR Code If you have a smartphone like an iPhone Android or Blackberry then there a number of different barcode scanner applications such as Red Laser Barcode Scanner and QR Scanner that can read and decode data from a QR code The majority of these are completely FREE and all you have to do once you install one is to use your phone s camera to scan the barcode which will then automatically load the encoded data for you What can be encoded into a QR Code In its simplest sense a QR Code is an image based hypertext link that can be used offline any URL can be encoded into a QR Code so essentially any webpage

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/qr-codes/4574310151 (2016-04-24)
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  • tips - Website Design Clacton
    one in a directory what makes you stand out from the crowd 5 Selling on the price not the value There are some products or parts of a service that are price sensitive but not everything You know your business so you know what these are but being the cheapest isn t the same as being the best Often if a customer hears a cheaper price than he expects he may think he s getting sub standard service Instead of advertising a discount where you loose money if you re not selling at the full mark up cost offer a free gift with purchases This is something that is of value to the customer but of low cost to you For example a carpet cleaning company could offer to shampoo a bedroom carpet for free value X if done when the offer s not on when the hall stairs and landing are done This sort of thing is of little extra cost in time as you re in the house anyway no extra petrol or travelling and the customer feels she s getting great value for money 6 Not testing and measuring your ad If you place an ad in one of the big directories for a year it can cost a fortune And if you don t ask people where they heard about you from how will you know whether your ad was an investment giving you back more in sales than it cost Also if you re running several different ads you need to know which is working well so you can use it more than the ones that aren t Testing and measuring are easy to do just make a tick list of options including just walking by the shop if it s appropriate and put a reminder on the till for staff or on the telephone order sheet 7 Not having a call to action in your ad Your potential customer needs to be told exactly what to and when to do it don t trust that he will call you at some point because he ll forget or a better offer will come along A call to action comes at the bottom of your ad next to the telephone number address and tells Mr Prospect to call right now Create urgency by making a limited offer or encouraging him to let you solve his problem noise on the conservatory roof dirty carpets and embarrassingly scruffy drive way Make it really easy for the person to do what you want him to do include a map or directions to the shop a free phone number or web based ordering After all the whole point of advertising is getting a prospect to do something that they probably wouldn t have done if they hadn t seen your ad The Seven Sins of Marketing Your local business can become visible to thousands searching the internet every day Here are some things to avoid when marketing your small business

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/tips/4574246614 (2016-04-24)
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  • do`s - Website Design Clacton
    large businesses Your local business can become visible to thousands searching the internet every day Here are some things to avoid when marketing your small business 1 Not establishing a website or having a website that is outdated In today s market a website is your business embassy to the online world Without a website your company is virtually non existent in an online sense Moreover with a website that was built even five years ago chances are the site is highly out of date in terms of current industry standards An updated website not only makes it easy to be found on search engines but creates a confident reputable brand image 2 Spending too large a portion of marketing budget on direct mail With the introduction of the internet allowing consumers to browse and shop at their own leisure direct mail has become an outdated marketing resource While direct mail campaigns should still be an important portion of your marketing mix more of a focus should be put into web marketing 3 Throwing money at PPC While PPC or pay per click advertising can be a viable component to an online marketing strategy it should not be your entire strategy PPC when used correctly can drive traffic to your updated website and lead to conversion and lead generation However if your web presence is in the weeds traffic via PPC will not produce effective results in terms of ROI Once a business establishes a reputable brand image online then PPC becomes an investment strategy and not just another expense on the balance sheet 4 Spamming There are many that believe large quantity blasts are a great way to reach consumers whether it be direct mail email web forum spam or any number of other tactics While this may reach

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/dos/4577072881 (2016-04-24)
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  • dont`s - Website Design Clacton
    and say why they should come to you And in order to really speak to your prospect try to include You or Yours in the headline eg Is Your Conservatory Too Noisy When It Rains Asking a question is a good tactic too because questions are always answered aren t they Size wise the headline needs to fill about 1 3 of the space you have to fill Make sure no one can miss it 2 Not Knowing Who Your Potential Customers Are You d think the answer s obvious everyone is my customer So who is your ideal customer Think about where they live are they male or female what age what size of company they have what kind of car they drive and what newspapers and magazines they read Answers to these questions and more give you a profile of the kind of person you want to attract as well as how you ll speak to them the sort of language you ll use and where you might place your ad 3 Selling on features not benefits Features are the list of things your product or service does eg silences rain noise heat insulation cuts out glare are 3 for a conservatory roof covering But remember the customer is only interested in what those features mean to him her and the answer is that they solve his her problem Your ad needs to show how To change a feature into a benefit just add the words which means that or similar 4 Making your ad the same as everyone else s Take a look in Yellow Pages or another directory and pretend you are a prospect for a particular product or service you re not a customer until you ve bought something What would make you pick one company and not another Now look at your ad if you have one in a directory what makes you stand out from the crowd 5 Selling on the price not the value There are some products or parts of a service that are price sensitive but not everything You know your business so you know what these are but being the cheapest isn t the same as being the best Often if a customer hears a cheaper price than he expects he may think he s getting sub standard service Instead of advertising a discount where you loose money if you re not selling at the full mark up cost offer a free gift with purchases This is something that is of value to the customer but of low cost to you For example a carpet cleaning company could offer to shampoo a bedroom carpet for free value X if done when the offer s not on when the hall stairs and landing are done This sort of thing is of little extra cost in time as you re in the house anyway no extra petrol or travelling and the customer feels she s getting great value for money 6

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/donts/4577072892 (2016-04-24)
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  • news - Website Design Clacton
    Website Design Clacton home about marketing clacton try before you buy contact us clients recent clients client testimonials recent portfolio easy slideshow website design all work website design website design clacton why we use HTML 5 website slideshow business sites ecommerce sites microsites mobile websites graphic design graphic design clacton web design leaflet design logo design design slideshow seo printing printing clacton leaflets flyers print slideshow email mobile text marketing

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/news/4576485829 (2016-04-24)
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  • other marketing - Website Design Clacton
    total took to the air with low cost airlines in 2004 The majority of low cost travellers are young affluent professionals looking for a break from the daily routine Low cost travellers have high disposable incomes and leisure budgets For this group frequent mini breaks are about pure indulgence Over 50 million passenger journeys per year are for the purpose of business These frequent business flyers with high incomes and hectic lifestyles are the world s CEOs MDs and chairmen Airport and Eurostar journeys provide both place and time for these highflying individuals to shop eat relax and work before business resumes Campaigns can be booked to target the weekend traveller business traveller or just people going on family holidays Billboards Billboards Posters are one of the oldest forms of advertising in the UK and have long been trusted to deliver results for household names For so long posters were only considered to be affordable by the national companies Focal Point have introduced the concept as a very affordable form of advertising to both local and regional advertisers Sites can be selected for directional or awareness campaigns and although 90 of all poster sites are held off in national packs Focal Point have a high success rate in accessing the panels the clients request Posters are perfect for building brand awareness or directing customers to your place of business Minimum campaign periods are 2 weeks and Focal Point are able to work with you to tailor a highly efficient and effective campaign Blimps Blimps and Inflatables We have access to a huge range of custom made and off the shelf inflatable products From blimps to giant product replicas we can suggest and produce a wide range of promotional inflatable products that you and your target audience really won t be able to miss Included in the daily cost is a fully trained operator who remains on site for the duration obtaining of the necessary CAA authorisation balloon gas and 8 hours flying time subject to weather conditions Buses Bus Advertising With bus usage at an all time high and people spending more time out of the home than ever before it s not surprising that buses are the most seen medium in town There is little other advertising in town centres so buses catch the attention of almost 29 million consumers on the move each week whilst they re out and about on the high street and spending money TGI 2006 Offering unrivalled national coverage and frequency bus advertising delivers a truly broadcast medium with 90 of UK adults living within five minutes of a bus route For advertisers looking to make a bold unmissable statement buses offer a variety of highly creative large format opportunities From covering a whole bus to wrapping the sides or rear buses have fantastic scope for eye catching design as well as the ability to showcase brand messages to consumers on the move across the UK Bus Shelters Bus shelters offer outdoor advertising that

    Original URL path: http://www.targetmarketinggroup.co.uk/other-marketing/4574233480 (2016-04-24)
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