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Thursday, October 21, 2010

One Way to Make Your Small Business’s Ads Memorable is to Feature a Pretty Girl

The one overriding goal of your small business’s marketing efforts, especially during a start-up phase, is to be noticed, is to be memorable in the eyes of customers or potential customers. You achieve being memorable by finding something your customers or potential customers can identify with, an image that you can own. Then you deliver that image --- your marketing message --- in a unique and memorable way, that is, in a way that is different from your competitors.

One way you can present your marketing message in a unique way is to feature a pretty girl. In this case I’m not talking about using a beautiful woman to illustrate the use of a product to a target audience, such as is done in shampoo or make-up ads. Rather, I’m talking about using a pretty girl simply as a compelling visual image, for example, like the whiskey Black Velvet does in their billboards and print ads during the holiday season. A beautiful woman will always turn heads.

(Dave Ramacitti is co-founder and chief content developer for Marketing Over Easy, a new website dedicated to helping small businesses be smarter marketers. To receive a free copy of our special report "58 Free and Low Cost Ways to Promote Your New Small Business" visit us at www.marketingovereasy.com/signup © 2010 by David F. Ramacitti. Excerpted from The All-Important Stuff You Gotta Do First to Effectively Market Your Small Business © 2009 by David F. Ramacitti)

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