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Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« on: May 10, 2009, 03:09:50 PM »
Advertising had long since been a major determinant of a business' success.  This would include the presentation of the product / service to the consumers.  What really matters is how it is presented to the target market to be able to capture it.

Whatever the package, the ad media also plays a great role in determining the success of the product or service awareness.

What may be its advantages over other proven medium like the best-selling TV ads? 

Advantages

1. Low Cost

Even though the Internet ad might be viewed as "classy" or far-reaching, as compared to other medium, this is far cheaper than most.  Internet Ad Packages are offered for as low as $29.99 for a one-month run-time period.

2. Capture market

Should your product / service aim to cater to the younger generation or the corporate-oriented ones, Internet ad would be best since they would always be "hooked-up" into the net surfing sites that might have a link to your very own. Result, a great number of "hits" on your site!

2. Hassle free

All you would ever really need is a PC (and some knowledge and bright ideas in forming your site) wherein you could open your site, search for the best Internet Ad package, and check / update the status of your ad.  You may actually never have to leave your home to advertise!

3. Updated ads

Unlike the TV ads that need to be updated on a regular basis, Internet ads may run for quite some time without the need for change.  If so, change in the site is very minimal and may be done easily at home.

Disadvantages

1. Scope
Limited market may be captured if one would solely use the Internet Ad for advertising.  Although most people now are into the use of technology, i.e. surfing the Internet, still, majority of the average consumers still relies on the old form of advertising as a means of gathering information about certain products / service.

2. Additional cost

If one would enlist the help of another professional or establishment to produce the site for their product or service, this would entail additional costs on the part of the entrepreneur. 

Given the stated list of advantages and disadvantages about low-coast Internet Ad, an entrepreneur may now weigh in its applicability to his / her product or service.

The aim of Internet ad is to offer the widest range or "Maximum Exposure" of the brand at the least possible cost. Now, does that not sound good or what?



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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2009, 04:39:43 PM »
Howard,

This is a very informative and timely article.

Thank you for taking the time to post it.


Karen

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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2009, 11:54:46 AM »
Howard,

This is a very informative and timely article.

Thank you for taking the time to post it.


Karen

Howard

I agree with Karen. ;)

Great article

Jim

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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2010, 10:50:50 AM »
Mark,

Thanks for sharing important articles with us.  Usually I stay in a membership site for the first 30 days, then I unsubscribe.  But you offer so much good material that I just have to stay a member even if I don't always take advantage of everything from month to month.  I have been a member now for 3 or 4 months, I can't even remember.

Good work!

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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2010, 01:19:17 PM »
Hi Roxie,

Welcome to the forum!

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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2010, 06:09:46 AM »
Hi Roxie,

Welcome to our forum.

Jim

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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #6 on: April 26, 2010, 07:53:34 AM »
Hi Roxie, ::P

:welcome: to RRW.

It's nice to meet you.

I'm glad you're enjoying the forum and your membership.  As you've already discovered, there's lots of useful information here.

If you have questions, don't hesitate to let us know.


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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #7 on: October 09, 2010, 05:27:29 AM »
Hello,

It's really a good information I have get on this forum about ads. Everybody knows the problem of the ROI on our daily business and your road map for set up the ads is for us value. Thanks.

I will follow the steps you shows. But I have since about 9 month a lot of problem with clickbank links. I have checked the stats and there is a lot of clicks on the payment stats - but on real sales - nothing. I have aske the Clickbank Support and they have confirmed, that this is not normal - but since 4 weeks I don't have better results. Since I cloaking now the links with a special program - I have receive back the income as before.

It's important, that we not only check out the cost's of the ads - We must also check out the thiefs which stolen our commissions.

Mike  :dollar:

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Re: Maximum Exposure on Low Cost Internet Ad
« Reply #8 on: January 20, 2011, 01:36:23 AM »
Well, I have to say I'm confused. For 2 reasons.

First, a link to this thread appeared in my email yesterday and I just noticed it's kind of old so I'm not sure why I'm getting it now!?

Second, and I hate to be a jerk in my first post, but I don't know any more about getting maximum exposure with low-cost ads than I did when I came in. Where should I put them? What should they say? What ad styles would this apply to - banners, text, classifieds...?

I'm wondering what this was supposed to tell me. Nothing personal, I'm just (as previously stated) a bit confused.

Cheers,

Bill