If you're looking for ways to expand your business, you may have tried a variety of different forms of advertising, with mixed results. Your marketplace may be particularly competitive and you may feel as if you are spending a large budget each month with returns that are difficult to quantify. Perhaps it is time for you to think outside of the box, to look at some of your existing assets and to incorporate them into a new campaign.
For some people, sign writing may sound simple enough. Simply come up with some words and have them posted on a board that you will place at a strategic location, right? Wrong! There are a number of intricacies that go into signs to ensure that your choice of signage is not only attractive but effective too. However, since sign writers are bound to adhere to their customers' wishes, it is up to you to ensure that your sign will be as useful as possible.
Corporate signs have many uses: Most importantly they let potential and existing clients know where your business is. Your sign may be the first thing that a prospective client sees, and it's important to ensure that it has not only been properly designed, but also that the location is right. The following are the most important points to consider:
1. Visibility and location
Wherever the sign is placed, it should be clearly seen by passers-by as well as those actively looking for the sign — this includes people on foot and those in vehicles.
If you are an artist -- whether you paint, take pictures or draw illustrations -- you can use your creations for various products. There are digital and physical products that often use unique artwork to improve their selling potential. Here are some different ways to turn your artwork into products you can sell.
Make Prints of Your Art or Photos
If you are a painter, drawer or photographer, then you can make prints of your art and sell those prints.
As a commercial real estate agent, you need signs to alert prospective buyers about your properties. Ideally, you need a solid stock of signs so you are always ready to market a property. Here's what you need:
1. Site sign posts
If you are selling a site for commercial development or a commercial building with a large patch of grass in front of it, you need a prominent professional sign to alert buyers that the property is on the market.