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05/11/2017 12:36 PM
Business Sign Advertising California
Business owners should understand the importance of having a solid advertising plan for their businesses. After all, you have to spend money in order to make it, as the old adage goes. Surely, this principle still applies for local entrepreneurs. Of course, you have to be smart about it. You cannot shell out cash without […]
05/04/2017 12:37 PM
Custom Sign Design Elements
Making an effective custom design is not easy. That is why we recommend that your business finds a professional who knows what they are doing. After all, there is a lot of thought that needs to go into a custom sign. This article presents a couple of things you should consult with your custom sign […]
03/02/2017 08:33 PM
What Does the New Gender Neutral Bathroom Law Mean for Signs?

Gender neutral bathrooms have been a bit of a hot button topic over the past few years. As the issue has continued to grow in prominence, it has seemingly become more and more controversial with each passing day. It was … Read More

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02/28/2017 07:52 PM
The Arrival of Fire Protective Signs

If you have visited an office building, retail store, or apartment complex, you probably have noticed fire protective signs like the one above. They are a necessity for the safety and compliance of any building, and they are very specific … Read More

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01/21/2017 05:50 PM
3 Things Your Online Presence & Outdoor Signs Have In Common

Do you know your outdoor signage has some similarities with your online presence? The truth is that despite the fact that the world is rapidly becoming digitalized in so many ways including advertising, outdoor signs still have specific roles to … Read More

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01/06/2017 04:18 PM
Which Material is Best for Outdoor Business Signs?

An outdoor sign has a way of directing customers to a shop to increase sales of products and services. Signs are also vital for advertising, as a method of pulling traffic to a business offline. You need to put lots … Read More

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10/23/2016 06:29 PM
Using Traditional Marketing in a World of Millennials

According to USA Today, millennials (Generation Y) represent the largest demographic in the U.S. This means that companies and marketers are searching for ways to specifically target millennials—but only a few have been successful. Recent research has shown that traditional … Read More

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10/07/2016 06:01 PM
Advantages of Adding LED Lights to Your Outdoor Signs

Eventually, all great technologies are replaced by a more efficient and modern alternative. The era of incandescent and halogen sign lights is over, and they are quickly being replaced by LEDs. In the wake of this latest innovation, it’s important … Read More

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09/23/2016 07:32 PM
OC Networking Events for Small Business Owners

If you’re a small business owner working and living in Orange County, you should be looking for ways to network with other entrepreneurs like yourself. Cultivating a network and cohort of like-minded individuals is not only good for your business, … Read More

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09/05/2016 06:18 PM
5 Signs It’s Time to Update Your Business’ Indoor & Outdoor Signs

Take a look at the signs on the inside and the outside of your business. How are they looking? Are they falling apart? Or are they still looking fresh and new? If it’s the latter, you’re in the clear. If … Read More

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08/21/2016 12:47 PM
5 Ways Businesses Can Improve Their Storefront to Attract More Customers

Everyone knows that window-shopping is the precursor to actual shopping, yes? It’s the mannequins, the neon, the clothes, the deals, and now, strangely, the simplicity of it all. There are plenty of ways to draw attention! This is why it’s … Read More

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08/09/2016 12:00 PM
10 Examples of Interior Office Design That Boost Company Culture

Question: Does company culture matter when designing office spaces? According to recent research by Haworth, it does. The research focused on how to create a successful organizational culture within a company. And what did they find? “No matter how strong … Read More

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06/18/2017 02:55 PM
Brush fires near Castaic Lake and Wrightwood continue to burn for a second day

Angeles National Forest Service firefighters continued to gain ground Sunday on two separate brush fires burning near Castaic Lake and in the Wrightwood area of San Bernardino County.

The biggest gain was on the 11-acre brush fire burning near Wrightwood, dubbed the Zermatt fire, which is 50% contained,...


06/18/2017 11:30 AM
Earthquake: 3.5 quake strikes near Idyllwild

A shallow magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Sunday morning five miles from Idyllwild, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 8:14 a.m. PDT at a depth of 9.3 miles.

According to the USGS, the epicenter was 10 miles from Valle Vista, 10 miles from Anza, 16 miles from...


06/18/2017 10:00 AM
Earthquake: 3.0 quake strikes near Lake Isabella, Calif.

A shallow magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported Saturday evening 14 miles from Lake Isabella, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 11:11 p.m. Pacific time at a depth of 0 miles.

According to the USGS, the epicenter was 14 miles from Weldon, Calif., 17 miles from...


06/18/2017 08:00 AM
Surge in Latino homeless population 'a whole new phenomenon' for Los Angeles

Timoteo Arevalos never imagined he’d end up here, loitering for hours on a bench at Hollenbeck Park in Boyle Heights, using his backpack as his pillow.

He used to have a government job, but the recession hit and he was laid off. He then tried to scrape by as a dishwasher, but last fall his hours...


06/18/2017 08:00 AM
In Lynwood, Advanced Placement classes are no longer only for the elite

By the time Elizabeth Valenzuela entered her senior year at Lynwood High School, she had taken seven Advanced Placement tests and earned potential college credit on five of them. It was an impressive accomplishment, made more impressive still by the fact that in her small school district she wasn’t...


06/18/2017 06:00 AM
The case of the leaning pine tree: A natural history mystery unfolds on the Central Coast

Like a lot of trees on the Cal Poly campus here, the Cook pine was tall and beautiful but not especially remarkable.

At least not at first glance.

But as Matt Ritter and I got a little closer, it became obvious that there was something odd about this tree. It was bent. It actually bowed slightly...


06/18/2017 01:50 AM
Montebello police fatally shoot woman after she drives car toward officer

Montebello police fatally shot a woman Saturday after she drove her car toward an officer and her boyfriend, whom she had been fighting with earlier in the day, authorities said.

The incident began when police responded to a disturbance call at the Quality Inn & Suites in the 7700 block of Telegraph...


06/17/2017 04:25 PM
War photographer Alessio Romenzi on covering conflict and managing his fear
Photographer Alessio Romenzi on covering conflict and managing his fear
06/17/2017 12:15 PM
Why L.A. women who accused Bill Cosby of assault have not seen their day in court
Statute of limitations and evidence law play key roles in cases of women who say Bill Cosby assaulted them in L.A.
06/17/2017 12:00 PM
Everyone loves L.A. — and that's the problem

Odd though it may seem, Los Angeles is too lucky for its own good.

Sure, the city has its share of problems, as does any metropolis. But it remains a destination for people from around the world, many of them young, skilled and creative. They move here for culture, commerce, climate — or all three.

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09/20/2010 09:08 AM
Marketing 201

As you learned in Marketing 101, marketing is the process that companies use to get consumers interested in the items they're selling. Marketing is advantageous to your business for many reasons. Here are just two of the benefits.

  • You alert customers to a product that suits their wants and/or needs.

  • Marketing will net your company profits, which will allow you to continue to do business in order to meet future customers' needs.

Marketing efforts are the most successful when they focus on what the consumer wants, not on what you THINK the consumer wants. Having trouble finding out information about your target market?  Read this article to learn helpful hints and tips for researching your market. 

How Can I Make My Customer Happy While Still Staying True to My Business?

The American Marketing Association (AMA) defines marketing as "the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organizational objectives." Sounds complicated, but in order to be a successful marketer and businessperson, you'll need to follow a few simple steps:

  1. Define a target market.

  2. Discover what products customers in your target market want to buy.

  3. Set a price for these products.

  4. Advertise your product to your customers.

  5. Make your product available to your customers.

 

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What Activities Are Included in Marketing?

Marketing activities are numerous and varied. They include everything necessary to get a product off of a sketch pad and into the hands of consumers. Marketing includes activities such as:

  • Designing a product to appear desirable to consumers

  • Performing market research and pricing

  • Promoting the product through public relations, advertising, marketing communications, and sales and distribution

Marketing requires the orchestration of everyone who plays a role in the common goal of pleasing the customer. If you're a small business owner with no employees, you may need to mentally break down the silos separating core business functions and think more holistically in terms of marketing strategies.

 

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How Can I Incorporate Marketing Into My Company?

The following represents a comprehensive list of marketing ideas that we’ve compiled for you to help you understand customer needs and ways to satisfy those needs.

General Ideas | Target Market | Product Development | Education, Resources, and Information | Pricing and Payment | Marketing Communications | Media Relations | Customer Service and Customer Relations | Networking and Word of Mouth | Advertising | Special Events and Outreach | Sales Ideas | Marketing Performance

General Ideas

  • Engage in at least one marketing activity every day.

  • Determine a percentage of gross income to spend annually on marketing.

  • Set specific marketing goals every year; review and adjust quarterly.

  • Carry business cards with you at all times. You never know who you’ll run into!

 

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Target Market

  • Stay alert to trends that might impact your target market, product or promotion strategy.

  • Read market research studies about your profession, industry, product, target market groups, etc.

  • Collect competitors' ads and literature; study them for information about strategy, product features, benefits, etc.

  • Ask clients why they hired you and solicit suggestions for improvement.

  • Identify a new market.

  • Join a list-serve (email list) related to your profession.

  • Subscribe to a LinkedIn group or a list-serve that serves your target market.

 

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Product Development

  • Create a new service, technique or product.

  • Offer a simpler/cheaper/smaller version of your (or existing) product or service.

  • Offer a fancier/more expensive/faster/bigger version of your (or existing) product or service.

  • Update your services.

 

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Education, Resources, and Information

  • Establish a marketing and public relations advisory and referral team composed of your colleagues and/or neighboring business owners; share ideas and referrals and discuss community issues.

  • Create a forum or environment for employees to offer their suggestions.

  • Attend a marketing seminar.

  • Read a marketing book.

  • Subscribe to a marketing newsletter or other publication.

  • Subscribe to a marketing list-serve.

  • Train your staff, clients and colleagues to promote referrals.

  • Hold a monthly marketing meeting with employees or associates to discuss strategy and status and solicit marketing ideas.

  • Join an association or organization related to your profession.

  • Get a marketing intern to take you on as a client; it will give the intern experience and provide you with you some free marketing help.

  • Maintain a consultant card file for finding designers, writers, and other marketing professionals. Hire a marketing consultant and conduct several brainstorming sessions.

  • Visit another city or county to observe and learn from marketing techniques used there.

 

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Pricing and Payment

  • Analyze your fee structure and look for areas requiring modifications or adjustments. Establish a credit card payment option for clients.

  • Offer a discount to regular clients.

  • Learn to barter. Offer discounts to members of certain clubs/professional groups/organizations in exchange for promotions in their publications.

  • Provide cash discounts.

  • Offer financing or installment plans.

 

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Marketing Communications

  • Publish a newsletter for customers and prospects (it doesn't have to be fancy or expensive).

  • Develop an online brochure of services.

  • Produce separate business cards/sales literature for each of your target market segments (for example, government and commercial and/or business and consumer).

  • Create a poster or calendar to give away to customers and prospects.

  • Print a slogan and/or one-sentence description of your business on letterhead, fax cover sheets and invoices. Get your business out on the Internet. 

  • Create a signature file to be used for all your email messages. It should contain contact details, including your website address and key information about your company that will make the reader want to contact you.

  • Include testimonials from customers in your literature.

  • Test a new mailing list. If it produces results, add it to your current direct mail lists or consider replacing a list that's not performing up to expectations.

  • Announce free or special offers in your direct response pieces. (Direct responses may be direct mail, broadcast faxes, or email messages.) Include the offer in the beginning of the message as well as on the outside of the envelope for direct mail.

 

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Media Relations

  • Update your media list often so that press releases are sent to the right media outlet and person.

  • Send timely and newsworthy press releases as often as needed.

  • Write a column for the local newspaper, local business journal or a trade publication.

  • Circulate reprints of published articles.

  • Publicize your 500th client of the year (or other notable milestone).

  • Create an annual award and publicize it.

  • Get public relations and media training or read up on it.

  • Appear on a radio or TV talk show…that said, we don’t want to see you on Jerry Springer or Judge Judy.

  • Create your own TV program on your industry or your specialty. Market the show to your local cable station or public broadcasting station as a regular program, or see if you can air your show on an open access cable channel. 

  • Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper or trade magazine.

  • Take an editor to lunch to see what they're writing out and explain how your business might fit in.

  • Get a publicity photo taken and enclose with press releases.

  • Consistently review newspapers and magazines for possible PR opportunities.

  • Submit tip articles to newsletters and newspapers.

  • Conduct industry research and develop a press release or article to announce an important discovery in your field.

  • Create a press kit and keep its contents current.

 

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Customer Service and Customer Relations

  • Ask your clients to come back again.

  • Return phone calls promptly.

  • Set up an email or fax-on-demand system to easily respond to customer inquiries.

  • Use an answering machine or voice mail system to catch after-hours phone calls. Include basic information in your outgoing messages such a business hours, location, etc.

  • Ask clients what you can do to help them.

  • Take clients out to a ball game, show, or another special event - just send them two tickets with a note. Hold a seminar at your office for clients and prospects.

  • Send handwritten thank you notes.

  • Send birthday cards and appropriate seasonal greetings.

  • Photocopy interesting articles and send them to clients and prospects with a hand-written FYI (for your information) note and your business card.

  • Send a book of interest or other appropriate business gift to a client with a handwritten note.

  • Create an area on your website specifically for your customers.

  • Redecorate your office or location where you meet with your clients.

 

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Networking and Word of Mouth

  • Join a Chamber of Commerce or other organization.

  • Join or organize a breakfast or lunch club with other professionals (not in your field) to discuss business and network referrals.

  • Serve on a city board or commission.

  • Host a holiday party.

  • Hold an open house.

  • Send letters to attendees after you attend a conference.

  • Join a community list-serve (email list) on the Internet.

 

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Advertising

  • Advertise during peak seasons for your business.

  • Get a memorable phone number, such as 1-800-WIDGETS.

  • Obtain a memorable URL and email address and include them on all marketing materials.

  • Provide Rolodex cards or phone stickers preprinted with your business contact information.

  • Promote your business jointly with other professionals via cooperative direct mail.

  • Advertise in a specialty directory or in the Yellow Pages.

  • Write an ad in another language to reach the non-English-speaking market. Place the ad in a publication that the market reads, such as a Hispanic newspaper.

  • Distribute advertising specialty products such as pens, mouse pads, or mugs.

  • Mail bumps - photos, samples and other innovative items to your prospect list. (A bump is simply anything that makes the mailing envelope bulge and makes the recipient curious about what's in the envelope!)

  • Create a direct mail list of hot prospects.

  • Consider non-traditional tactics such as bus backs, billboards, and popular Web sites.

  • Project a message on the sidewalk in front of your place of business using a light directed through words etched in a glass window.

  • Consider placing ads in your newspaper's classified section.

  • Consider a vanity automobile tag with your company name.

  • Create a friendly bumper sticker for your car.

  • Code your ads and keep records of results.

  • Improve your building signage and directional signs inside and out.

  • Invest in a neon sign to make your office or storefront window visible at night.

  • Create a new or improved company logo or recolor the traditional logo.

  • Sponsor and promote a contest or sweepstakes.

 

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Special Events and Outreach

  • Get a booth at a fair/trade show attended by your target market.

  • Sponsor or host a special event or open house at your business location in cooperation with a local non-profit organization, such as a women's business center. Describe how the organization helped you.

  • Give a speech or volunteer for a career day at a high school.

  • Teach a class or seminar at a local college or adult education center.

  • Sponsor an Adopt-a-Road area in your community to keep roads litter-free. People that pass by the area will see your name on the sign announcing your sponsorship.

  • Volunteer your time to a charity or nonprofit organization.

  • Donate your product or service to a charity auction.

  • Appear on a panel at a professional seminar.

  • Write a How To pamphlet or article for publishing.

  • Publish a book.

 

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Sales Ideas

  • Start every day with two cold calls.

  • Read newspapers, business journal, and trade publications for new business openings, personnel appointments, and promotion announcements made by companies. Send your business literature to appropriate individuals and firms.

  • Give your sales literature to your lawyer, accountant, printer, banker, temp agency, office supply salesperson, advertising agency, etc. (expand your sales force for free)

  • Put your fax number on order forms for easy submission.

  • Set up a fax-on-demand or e-mail system to easily distribute responses to company or product inquiries.

  • Follow up on your direct mailings, email messages and broadcast faxes with a friendly telephone call.

  • Try using the broadcast fax or email delivery methods instead of direct mail (broadcast fax and email allows you to send the same message to many locations at once).

  • Use broadcast faxes or email messages to notify your customers of product service updates.

  • Extend your hours of operation.

  • Reduce response/turnaround time. Make reordering easy - use reminders. Provide pre-addressed envelopes.

  • Display product and service samples at your office.

  • Remind clients of the products and services you provide that they aren't currently buying.

  • Call and/or send mail to former clients to try and reactivate them.

  • Take sales orders over the Internet.

 

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Marketing Performance

After implementing a marketing program, entrepreneurs must evaluate its performance. Every program should have performance standards to compare with actual results. Researching industry norms and past performances will help to develop appropriate standards.

Entrepreneurs should audit their company's performance at least quarterly. The key questions are:

  • Is the company doing all it can to be customer-oriented?

  • Do employees ensure the customers are satisfied and leave wanting to come back?

  • Is it easy for the customer to find what he or she wants at a competitive price?

 

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09/17/2010 09:13 AM
Marketing 101

In order to successfully grow your business, you’ll need to attract and then work to retain a large base of satisfied customers. Marketing emphasizes the value of the customer to the business, and has two guiding principles:

  1. All company policies and activities should be directed toward satisfying customer needs.

  2. Profitable sales volume is more important than maximum sales volume. 

To best use these principles, a small business should:

  • Determine the needs of their customers through market research

  • Analyze their competitive advantages to develop a market strategy

  • Select specific markets to serve by target marketing

  • Determine how to satisfy customer needs by identifying a market mix

Marketing programs, though widely varied, are all aimed at convincing people to try out or keep using particular products or services. Business owners should carefully plan their marketing strategies and performance to keep their market presence strong. 

Conducting Market Research

Successful marketing requires timely and relevant market information. An inexpensive research program, based on questionnaires given to current or prospective customers, can often uncover dissatisfaction or possible new products or services.

Market research will also identify trends that affect sales and profitability. Population shifts, legal developments, and the local economic situation should be monitored to quickly identify problems and opportunities. It is also important to keep up with competitors' market strategies.

Creating a Marketing Strategy

A marketing strategy identifies customer groups which a particular business can better serve than its target competitors, and tailors product offerings, prices, distribution, promotional efforts and services toward those segments. Ideally, the strategy should address unmet customer needs that offer adequate potential profitability. A good strategy helps a business focus on the target markets it can serve best.

Target Marketing

Most small businesses don’t have unlimited resources to devote to marketing; however, the SBA wants you to know that you can still see excellent returns while sticking to your budget if you focus on target marketing. By concentrating your efforts on one or a few key market segments, you’ll reap the most from small investments. There are two methods used to segment a market:

  1. Geographical segmentation: Specializing in serving the needs of customers in a particular geographical area.

  2. Customer segmentation: Identifying those people most likely to buy the product or service and targeting those groups.

Managing the Market Mix

Every marketing program contains four key components:
 

  1. Products and Services: Product strategies include concentrating on a narrow product line, developing a highly specialized product or service or providing a product-service package containing unusually high-quality service.

  2. Promotion: Promotion strategies focus on advertising and direct customer interaction. Good salesmanship is essential for small businesses because of their limited advertising budgets. Online marketing is a cheap, quick, and easy way to ensure that your business and product receive high visibility.

  3. Price: When it comes to maximizing total revenue, the right price is crucial.  Generally, higher prices mean lower volume and vice-versa; however, small businesses can often command higher prices because of their personalized service.

  4. Distribution: The manufacturer and wholesaler must decide how to distribute their products. Working through established distributors or manufacturers' agents is generally easiest for small manufacturers. Small retailers should consider cost and traffic flow in site selection, especially since advertising and rent can be reciprocal: a low-cost, low-traffic location means spending more on advertising to build traffic.

The aforementioned steps combine to form a holistic marketing program.

The nature of the product or service is also important in citing decisions. If purchases are based largely on impulse, then high-traffic and visibility are critical. On the other hand, location is less of a concern for products or services that customers are willing to go out of their way to find. The Internet makes it easy for people to obtain goods from anywhere in the world, so if you’re worried about reaching a certain market, selling your product online may do wonders for your business.


06/18/2017 01:47 PM
Cuѕtоm Business Signѕ Are An Extеnѕiоn Of Your Business

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Cuѕtоm Buѕinеѕѕ Signѕ Lеt Pеорlе Judgе Yоur Buѕinеѕѕ Before They Evеr Sее Thе Inѕidе Yоu’vе seen thiѕ common ѕсеnаriо in соuntlеѕѕ mоviеѕ аnd tеlеviѕiоn ѕhоwѕ – thеrе’ѕ an оld, сrееру hоuѕе in thе nеighbоrhооd thаt аll thе lосаl kidѕ bеliеvе tо bе haunted. Thеу bеliеvе thiѕ bесаuѕе thе hоuѕе iѕ iѕоlаtеd, dаrk, аnd in рооr соnditiоn. Thе kidѕ аll dаrе еасh оthеr to gо uр tо thе hоuѕе, аnd оnе brаvе, thоugh рrеѕѕurеd, ѕоul finally inсhеѕ uр tоwаrdѕ thе dооr. Thе dооr mуѕtеriоuѕlу ореnѕ tо rеvеаl a kind, уеt lоnеlу оld widоw whо саn no lоngеr kеер uр with hеr...
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06/11/2017 09:33 AM
Whаt Tо Lооk Fоr In Buѕinеѕѕ Signѕ

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Whеnеvеr уоu аrе in thе market fоr buѕinеѕѕ ѕignѕ уоu will find thаt there аrе a lоt оf diffеrеnt thingѕ thаt уоu will nееd to kеер in mind. Whеnеvеr you hаvе a buѕinеѕѕ уоu will wаnt a sign thаt уоu knоw will gеt реорlе’ѕ аttеntiоn. It саn bе diffiсult tо сhооѕе thе lооk thаt уоu wаnt but thеrе аrе a fеw thingѕ thаt уоu will nееd tо kеер in mind tо hеlр уоu tо find thе ultimаtе dеѕign thаt will wоrk for уоu аnd уоur buѕinеѕѕ. Eуе Catching Anу ѕign mаkеr knоwѕ thаt in order tо bе ѕuссеѕѕful thеу hаvе...
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06/11/2017 09:29 AM
Top 5 Worst Mistakes For At-Hоmе Business Signs

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An At-hоmе buѕinеѕѕ tаkеѕ a uniԛuе аррrоасh to mаrkеting. Withоut a ѕtоrеfrоnt tо infоrm аnd аttrасt сuѕtоmеrѕ, уоu need ѕignаgе thаt iѕ еаѕу tо ѕее аnd саn rеаllу ѕhоwсаѕе уоur business. It iѕ сruсiаl tо show influеntiаl buѕinеѕѕ ѕignѕ for уоur hоmе buѕinеѕѕ. Pооr ѕign dеѕignѕ саn асtuаllу dесrеаѕе уоur buѕinеѕѕ аnd givе аn unрrоfеѕѕiоnаl арреаrаnсе. A wеll-dеѕignеd sign саn bе ассоmрliѕhеd bу еvеn thе mоѕt inеxреriеnсеd dеѕignеr if уоu know whаt tо wаtсh fоr. No Signѕ A hоmе buѕinеѕѕ thаt dоеѕn’t рrоmоtе will nоt be a ѕuссеѕѕful buѕinеѕѕ. Buѕinеѕѕ ѕignѕ аrе сruсiаl fоr ѕрrеаding thе wоrd, аnd nо ѕignѕ...
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06/09/2017 09:16 AM
Significance оf Cоrроrаtе Signаgе – Rеаѕоnѕ tо Try It And Thingѕ tо Dесidе On

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A соrроrаtе ѕignаgе iѕ аmоng thе сhеареѕt tуреѕ оf аdvеrtiѕеmеntѕ еxiѕting tоdау. It iѕ аn аttrасtivе ѕign оr nоtiсе thаt iѕ uѕuаllу dеѕignеd, mаnufасturеd аnd inѕtаllеd рrоfеѕѕiоnаllу tо ѕuррlу еnduring bеnеfitѕ tо a buѕinеѕѕ. Cоrроrаtе ѕignѕ аrе idеаl fоr ѕmаll, mеdium аnd lаrgе buѕinеѕѕеѕ. Thеу аrе kеу аdvеrtiѕing аnd mаrkеting tооlѕ thаt уоu саn uѕе tо реnеtrаtе a соmреtitivе induѕtrу. Thеѕе ѕignѕ саn rаngе frоm giаnt billbоаrdѕ еrесtеd bу thе rоаdѕidеѕ tо dеtаilеd infоmеrсiаlѕ рrintеd оn a fаbriс. Evеn if a соrроrаtе ѕignаgе iѕ a trаditiоnаl mеthоd оf аdvеrtiѕing it hаѕ соntinuеd tо bе vеrу trеndу еvеn with thе intrоduсtiоn...
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06/09/2017 08:59 AM
Whоlеѕаlе Chаnnеl Letters

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It iѕ a wеll knоwn fасt thаt сhаnnеl lеttеrѕ аrе аn еxtrеmеlу рорulаr сhоiсе whеn you nееd tо аdvеrtiѕе уоur buѕinеѕѕ uѕing fаѕсinаting оutdооr ѕignаgе. This iѕ bесаuѕе thеу соmе in a vаriеtу оf соlоrѕ, lighting, ѕhареѕ аnd ѕizеѕ thаt рrоvidе ѕресtасulаr ѕignѕ fоr уоur оutdооr buѕinеѕѕ аdvеrtiѕing nееdѕ. Chаnnеl lеttеrѕ саn bе ѕееn frоm a grеаt diѕtаnсе, thеу аrе viѕuаllу pleasing аnd thеу wоrk еxсееdinglу wеll 24 hоurѕ a day ѕеvеn a wееk with no mаintеnаnсе соѕt. Yоu саn еаѕilу givе уоur buѕinеѕѕ thе аttеntiоn it dеѕеrvеѕ with whоlеѕаlе letters bесаuѕе buуing in bulk iѕ соѕt еffесtivе аnd timе-ѕаving....
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06/04/2017 09:57 AM
Wаtеrрrооf Chаnnеl Lеttеr LED Lighting

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  Whеnеvеr thе nееd оf thе hour hарреnѕ tо be еxtеrnаl оr оutdооr lighting, it iѕ арt thаt оnе gоеѕ in fоr lighting whiсh iѕ wаtеrрrооf. Rеmеmbеr thаt anything рlасеd оutdооrѕ iѕ еаѕilу еxроѕеd tо аll thе numеrоuѕ vаgаriеѕ оf nature, be it rаin оr ѕunѕhinе аnd ѕо on. Thеrеfоrе, оnе nееdѕ tо guаrd against thеѕе еlеmеntѕ, tо thе mаximum еxtеnt роѕѕiblе. Nоw, thiѕ аѕресt bесоmеѕ аll thе mоrе truе in thе саѕе оf lightѕ as it dоеѕ in thе саѕе of аnуthing еlѕе. Rеmеmbеr thаt lightѕ hаvе аn аѕресt оf еlесtriсitу аttасhеd tо thеm – оn whiсh thеу run,...
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06/04/2017 09:53 AM
Chаnnеl Lеttеrѕ

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Chаnnеl Lеttеrѕ аrе thе mоѕt ѕресtасulаr fоrm оf lеttеring fоr bоth intеriоr аnd оutdооr аdvеrtiѕing. It’ѕ nоt оnlу соѕt еffiсiеnt аnd еffесtivе but it’ѕ thе futurе оf buѕinеѕѕ brаnding fоr аnу image соnѕсiоuѕ еntrерrеnеur. Channel lеttеrѕ are еуе-саtсhing thrее-dimеnѕiоnаl individuаllу cut аnd dеѕignеd lеttеrѕ оr figurеѕ. Yоu саn affix thеm tо a wаll оr аnу оthеr ѕtruсturе illuminаtеd оr un-illuminаtеd. Yоu hаvе a guаrаntее thаt уоur lеttеrѕ will nоt dеnt, сhiр, соrrоdе оr fаdе еаѕilу. They аrе useful fоr nеоn аnd fоr nоn-lightеd ѕignѕ. Whу Channel Lеttеrѕ аrе ѕо рорulаr: Thеѕе letters аrе аvаilаblе in vаriоuѕ fасеѕ аnd trim соlоrѕ....
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05/30/2017 08:40 AM
Uѕеful Tips For Buуing Quаlitу Business Signs

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Are уоu intеrеѕtеd in tаking уоur buѕinеѕѕ tо grеаtеr heights? If уоur аnѕwеr iѕ in thе аffirmаtivе, you need to gо fоr ԛuаlitу business ѕignѕ. These аrе uѕеful tооlѕ that саn сhаngе the fасе of уоur buѕinеѕѕ. Yоu саn асtuаllу create uniԛuе buѕinеѕѕ ѕignѕ if уоu know muсh about art wоrk. However, уоu can ѕаvе yourself precious timе by buуing thеѕе. All you need iѕ tо ѕtudу thе fоllоwing buуing tips. Lосаtе a good Sign Cоmраnу Thеrе are sign соmраniеѕ thаt are intо the buѕinеѕѕ оf ѕign mаking. Such соmраniеѕ аbоund оnlinе. A gооd numbеr оf thеm ѕресiаlizе in particular...
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05/30/2017 08:21 AM
Channel Letter Signs

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Chаnnеl lеttеr ѕignѕ, which аrе аlѕо rеfеrrеd to as halo lit letter ѕignѕ оr bасk lit letter ѕignѕ, are ѕignѕ thаt аrе tурiсаllу illuminated with Nеоn. Chаnnеl lеttеr ѕignѕ аrе оftеn uѕеd bу buѕinеѕѕ оwnеrѕ to display infоrmаtiоn tо their customers. Onе tуре of сhаnnеl lеttеr ѕign is thе rасеwау mоuntеd сhаnnеl lеttеr sign. Thе letters оn thеѕе ѕignѕ аrе аttасhеd tо a bоx саllеd a rасеwау, which is a long rectangular box. This box hеlрѕ with mоunting the letters and also ѕеrvеѕ аѕ a hоuѕing for аll of the wiring, еlесtriсаl components, аnd trаnѕfоrmеrѕ needed to mаkе the light...
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05/27/2017 06:46 PM
Channel Letters Irvine Ca Area

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Channel Letters Irvine Ca Area
We make and Install all types of channel letters, halo lighted, 3d foam letters, monuments, building signs and other types of sign and letters of Anaheim Signs products. Irvine Sign Company https://goo.gl/aMTNud
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