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This space is our Featured website real estate. Your ad will currently receive 4,000 impressions per day. We rotate our Featured ad  space with a total of three clients at a time, meaning your ad will receive upward of 4,000 impressions daily, however you will be sharing a space with two other advertisers. We expect to achieve a daily impression count beyond 12,000 impressions per day.

You will have the choice of picking between two main options for placements and duration.

  1. You will be billed $2.75 for every 1000 impressions , with an approximate 4,000+ Impressions daily. We work with you to optimize times to deploy your ad for maximum exposure during peek news moments, or during your current campaign that only runs on short notice and you need extra exposure. We will work with you to build your outreach while keeping your budget to a minimum.
  2. You will be billed in a monthly block with our estimated monthly impressions for this space, keeping in mind we rotate between three ads during your campaign. However you are able to track your ads performance with our tacking software. We Guarantee a minimum of 120,000 impressions for your advertisement per month. The price for our monthly campaign is 15% less than Option 1 for a few reasons, one reason is during our option one care we will be managing the account more frequently. Your option allows us for limited swapping and heck well we think its great that you want to be a part of the Two Row experience a full month. So for as little as $280 per month you will be guaranteed 120,000 impressions.

So now that you have our Offer, you can now choose one of the following promotional ad campaign styles.

Option #1 or Option #2

Ok, so now that you have chosen your Option, you may want to consider our creative ad design team to optimize your ad experience. Or, if you have the resources to design your own ad we think that’s awesome, and we even included some tips (below) that you may find useful while developing your ads.

How to Design Online Ads

1. Understand the Goal

All business owners know their company needs marketing to get in front of potential customers and create revenue, but many fail when it comes to strategizing. A general ad campaign that hasn’t been tweaked for local markets or tested is unlikely to generate the kind of demand you seek.

The Wall Street Journal reported that when small businesses hire large online marketing firms to create a campaign, they miss out on local reach and get disappointing results.

MECLABS, a third-party research and testing company, is one business that helps advertisers excel at online marketing. It tests many different elements of ads, such as text length and banner placement, to determine which aspects lead to higher click-throughs and better conversion rates.

This testing helps MECLABS understand which calls to action drive consumer response, allowing its team to adjust strategies accordingly.

Additionally, they also match landing page messaging to creative messaging, which leads to higher conversion rates. Consistent messaging throughout the purchase cycle is a key best practice to keep in mind for any marketing plan.

2. Define a Plan of Action

Your business needs to define a game plan for your overall strategy and for each type of campaign you plan to deploy. The messaging and language throughout should be consistent and scale to local campaigns, which will allow you to target specific demographics in a meaningful way.

Cheeseboy, a quick-service grilled cheese restaurant chain, understands the benefits of hyper-local advertising. To attract customers to its 2nd Annual Free Grilled Cheese Day, the company used PlaceLocal to build online ad campaigns for each of its six New England locations. By using ads targeted by ZIP code, Cheeseboy was able to let customers know what was happening at the locations nearest them.

Cheeseboy made more money per person than it spent on advertising, and by attracting thousands of people to the event for a free sample of its product, Cheeseboy boosted brand awareness and increased customer loyalty.

3. Create Effective Calls to Action

To reap the full benefits of your online marketing strategy, your ads should have a specific call to action. Effective calls to action should be:

  • Visually appealing. The design should catch users’ attention and compel them to click.
  • Brief. Keep the message direct — preferably fewer than five words.
  • Action-oriented. Set expectations, and make it clear what their click accomplishes.
  • Focused on value. Be sure to state exactly what visitors will get if they click on the CTA (call to action). “Click here” tells the user nothing, whereas “download your free ebook” sets expectations and expresses value.

Be sure to keep calls to action consistent with your brand. Exciting, youth-oriented brands would not benefit from subdued CTAs, while larger tech firms shouldn’t try to overdo it with overzealous verbiage or flashing buttons.

4. Identify a Mobile Champion

Considering that there are now more mobile devices in the world than people, you cannot have an online marketing strategy without factoring in mobile.

According to Small Biz Club, 51 percent of consumers said they are more likely to purchase products and services through a mobile-optimized site. Additionally, 90 percent of mobile searches result in action in a day, and coupons delivered via mobile have 10 times the redemption rate of traditional coupons.

Mobile ads make it convenient for users to take action, especially when the marketing is localized and it’s easy for them to pursue your offer.

5. Focus on Your Audience

Remember, it isn’t all about you. Businesses that struggle to create effective online ads do so because their strategies focus on telling potential customers what the company does, rather than how it can help them.

Instead, focus your messaging around users and what problem or challenge you’re solving in their lives. Try different calls to action based on improving your users’ experience, and tailor your marketing to where customers are in the buying process.

In the end, small business advertising encompasses the key elements of all marketing: creating thoughtful, relevant campaigns that resonate with a targeted group of people. And with the tools available, it’s never been easier for small businesses to learn about their target audience and use this information to optimize their ads for maximum conversions.

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