Daily Archives: November 15, 2010

Advertising with Car Signs


Any entrepreneur can verify how difficult and frustrating it can be to get a new business off the ground. Even with a fantastic product or service, you are still faced with the incredible challenge of increasing awareness of your business. Although there are many ways to accomplish this, one additional venue of advertising is through car signs. Many new business owners choose to advertise their new business through a well designed sign on their car.

Typically this means a logo or advertisement, with appropriate contact information, placed in the rear window of a car. With such a highly visible location, on what is virtually a mobile billboard, business owners can literally drive traffic to their website or business. The more you drive your car, the more people that see your advertisement. This can be a great way to get the word out of begin to launch a new product line or service and you attempt to break into a new market. It is a one time cost for perpetual advertising to consistently new viewers.

While rear window advertisements can be effective, it is not always practical to place the ad on one car only. If you often drive different vehicles, or sometimes use the vehicle for personal use and do not always want a business sign with your phone number visible, you may wish you could remove the sign. This is where advertisers often choose a magnetic sign that can be placed on the side of the vehicle. This way you choose which vehicle displays your sign and when it is visible.

These two approaches to car signs offer several major advantages to the traditional stand still structure of conventional metal signs. Getting a metal sign placed in a highly visible location can be much more expensive than a sign on your personal vehicle. With proper use of sign placement on your car, you can save a lot of money and gain a great deal of exposure to potentially new clients every time you drive.

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