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eComm Solutions, Inc
(225) 906-2891
1900 Norht Lobdell Ste:300
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Sunshine Pages
(225) 295-3999
3636 S Sherwood Forest Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Flying Fish Creative Services
(225) 752-8339
17991 Old Perkins Rd E
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Broadband IP Inc
(225) 612-3020
9357 Interline Ave
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Cox
(225) 615-2000
7401 Florida Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Selling Spot
(225) 658-7745
4908 Main Street
Zachary, LA
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Wmis Internet Services
(225) 226-1754
2001 S Sherwood Forest Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Redstitk Internet Services
(225) 928-8888
9121 Interline Ave
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Network Technology Group
(225) 248-8697
7127 Florida Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Centurytel
(225) 214-1122
5758 Essen Ln
Baton Rouge, LA
 
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Spend Smart

Never has there been a time more urgent for exploring new frontiers, new best practices and new marketing tactics. In the past most dealers were able to succeed despite a very re-active "Ready, Fire, Aim" approach to marketing. Unfortunately, it's this last minute shoot from the hip approach which leads to the disappointing outcome of feeling your valuable advertising dollars were wasted. I should know; I remember back in my MotoSports days when every Tuesday my trader magazine rep Paul would come walking in and ask me what we were gonna do this week. I'd flip through the book and look at what my competitors were doing. I'd usually end up telling him to run last week's ad again, or if I was really inspired we'd sit down with some graph paper, scissors, tape and markers and draw out a new ad.

For way too many years I knew nothing about advertising except what my competitors were doing, which was all wrong! The ad copy I would come up with, the media I chose, the target audience I went after and the timing of it all was completely an afterthought to selling spark plugs, desking deals and maybe the occasional tire change just to show the service boys I could still do it. It wasn't until I began to understand that in order to have my advertising generate red hot leads that are ready to buy, I had to choose the right media method, hit the right target audience with the right message, and do this all at just the right time.

This reminds me of the old story of the wife who was bound and determined that she was going to join her husband and his friends on their annual deer hunting trip. After reluctantly agreeing, the husband carefully placed his wife in a remote valley where she would certainly not see any deer. He then instructed her to only fire her gun into the air, should she see any deer. Once settled into his own stand, the husband heard shots fired from the valley so he quickly rushed down the hill to find his wife holding her gun on a very frightened fellow as he was shouting, "Ok lady, it's your deer, just please let me get my saddle!" The point is, you can't hit your target if you don't really know what it is.

You also must choose the right weapon to hit that target. Choosing your media methods is like picking your weapon of choice, and with the Internet boom and the complexity of traditional media, choosing your weapons can be difficult.

According to DM-News/Pitney-Bowes 2008 Direct-Mail Survey, 85 percent of respondents say they open, sort and read selected pieces of their mail every day while 15 percent let it accumulate unopened for two or more days. Another interesting stat is that 55 percent of people report greater enjoyment from reading their snail mail versus e-mail. My suspicion is this number will continue to rise if the rest of the world receives half as much Viagra e-mail as I do!

75 percent of consumers say they're examining their mail more closely in recent months for coupons and specia...

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