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By Sydney Raisbeck

Companies wants to compete with each other. It is normal for a successful business to increase their sales more. They always use the help of advertising. However this marketplace needs to advertise to the most obvious consumers which need a local marketing strategy.

For how many years most commercials are done through radio, television, and print media outlets and they are proven to be very effective in spreading the word. The 15-60 second window of information is not available and customer information and marketing expense are given much importance. It is crucial for even the smallest business establishment to provide budget in advertising their product.

The popularity of the internet has made it a very effective way of promoting products, but local businesses might have issues. Advertising online for local business is still in the stage of development, since it needs a bigger customer base. Although it is a cost-effective method to advertise retail brand or products.

Sales growth is just one of the basic techniques businesses used to know the status of their business. This is the ultimate aim of an advertising strategy, but there are also some objectives that needs to be considered. Sales growth is just the conclusion. Advertising’s main goal is TOMA or top-of-mind-awareness. When we talk about TOMA power, it is a branding condition where customers would think and choose your product when shopping.

This is very important not just locally but nationally. Potential customers are living locally and will purchase in their nearest shopping center. This is crucial to advertise deals within the store. A lot of products or services are not available in small towns and advertising is effective in providing exposure of these products to hard to reach customers who doesn’t have to go out of town to purchase.

Even if customers are in the store the procedure is still not finish. Additional marketing tools are applied once customer is in the cash register, it is known as in-store advertising. These tools are commonly in the form of suggestive sales, and it is a great example. This is one good technique of adding sales.

A broad-based marketing technique is believed to be used by many business organizations that have already reach their goal.

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Raisbeck, Sydney . "Advertising." Advertising. 28 Oct. 2011. uberarticles.com. 2 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/advertising/advertising/>.

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Raisbeck, S (2011, October 28). Advertising. Retrieved August 2, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/business/advertising/advertising/

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