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Effective Train Advertising

Author : john cruser

Train advertising is an important metric for businesses to settle on the efficiency of their efforts and the effects to support the products and the services contained by and in the exterior of the railway shuttle. When one speaks of train advertising, he is pertaining to the model of transport promotion and out-of-bounds marketing. To make it simpler, this is an approach utilized by businesses that wish to arrive at their targeted audience and industry.

So why is there a need for train marketing promotion? The answer is here: it does not only take in the transportation region but also in the walls and upper limit, waiting areas, opening and exit points of the train terminal. Actually, one of the main reasons why this is considered as relevant is because there are a multitude of people that come to pass, stay or linger within the terminal. Therefore, this is believed to be one of the most effective means of advertising.
With many people coming and going in the terminal stations, there are now several companies that make utilize of such benchmarks so that they can reach a wider audience. Many people will know about their product and most of them will turn into customers who will actually purchase the goods that are presented in the ad. Another reason why there are companies employing such practice is because they do not have a lot of competitions when it comes to the ad space. Since there are many train terminals or stations across the world, they can fully select which ones are right for them. In order for this to be successful, you can take important factors into account.

One of these factors is the location of the advertisement. You should pick a spot where there are several travelers who enter and leave the station so that you can capture their attention well enough. Obviously, the ad will not work if you select an abandoned train station, one that is away from the city or in towns that are quite populous.
It has been a target of the companies to have a train advertising because of the occurrence of many persons and travelers riding on the train going to and from their work places, school or the other destinations. As an aftermath, the commuters are more likely to act in response to the ads that are displayed in front of them.

In order to evaluate the success of train advertising benchmark, most companies use KPI as a metric. Nevertheless, there are some problems that happen here. The promoter cannot fully conclude the exact number of the customers that reacted to the advertisement. This problem, however, can be solved by conducting surveys to work out the arithmetical number of patrons and customers who reacted to the ads.So now, you can get your company to advertise in the train stations since this can prove to be very effective. Still, you have to make sure that you check all the important aspects first that may affect the efficiency of the whole advertising project.
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Cinema & Outdoor Advertising
Cinema is an exellent media opportunity for exposing your brand or service to the younger end of the market ie 15-25 year olds. Using longer commercials which add great impact.
Cinema can be purchased in many packages from a particular genre to locations throughout the UK.
Or outdoor as we like to call it in the media.
This covers a wide range of media options:
Static posters
Mobile posters
London underground
Railway advertising
Bus stop advertising
Store advertising
Ferry ports
Satelite/Digital Tv
The options available to you on these stations are huge, so rather than go into too much detail I will be brief. There are channels covering virtually every subject you can think off, from holidays, history, sport etc. It should be noted though that satellite tv channels can only be purchased on a national basis, though the entry levels will be lower than launching an ITV1 campaign.
I should also make you aware though that ITV1 audience levels will also be higher than the satellite channels.
It was my intention to keep the above information brief and just to give you a feel of what is available. The skill in understanding this marketplace background is where I come in with over 30 years of background and direct contacts with the media owners.
The research audience data in the UK is highly sophisticated and this can be discussed, should you be interested in advertising on TV,
Before I move on here is a list of the TV comercial sizes that can be purchased:
10', 20', 30', 40' and 60' seconds. (the average TV commercial is 30 seconds).

The key to any outdoor poster advertising in creative copy. By this I mean if you are placing a static poster wherever it may be, the copy must be short and concise, as your creative message has to be seen and understood quickly and easily, as passers by only have a shorttime frame to take onboard your message.
With locations such as bus stops railway stations and in particular the underground stations it is possible to impart more copy as your potential viewer has more time to read your advertising copy.
The larger outdoor static sites are an excellent way for promoting your branding proposition.
With store posters being ideal to reach your potential customers at their point of purchase
Outdoor media opportunities can be found throughout the country, from high streets to airport

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John Cruser is a Marketing Manager with Telex Advertising & handles Cinema Advertising and Outdoor Advertising.

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