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    What Are the Main Objectives of Advertising?

    Sep 23 | By:  Categories: Our Blog, Print Media

    As you plan your marketing strategy for the rest of the year, it’s important to know how advertising influences brand awareness and drives audience engagement. It’s also important to know how your advertising choices can help you reach your profit goals. There are many objectives businesses have when advertising their products and services, and they are based on the type of business you run and your overall goals. Here are some of the primary objectives of newspaper advertising.

    Introduce the Product

    One of the primary objectives of newspaper advertisements is to introduce a new product to the market. Existing and new brands can have this objective: Take cellphone companies for example. Samsung smartphones and iPhones both use advertising to share their new products. The objective of advertising in this case is to launch the new product and inform prospects and customers of their new, exciting features and benefits.

    Create Awareness

    Advertisements in newspaper are also intended to grab the attention of readers. Newspaper ads need to be interesting and draw readers’ eyes away from the rest of the content. Ads can boost brand awareness for your target audience, leading to higher sales and acquiring new customers.

    Emphasize the Benefits

    Convincing your customers of the benefits of your offer is one of the primary objectives for businesses who advertise in newspaper. Especially when customers already understand your industry and what products like yours offer, it’s your job to show them why your brand is the best option of its kind.

    There are a variety of options companies use to persuade their audience of the benefits of their offer. They might emphasize product quality, service, features, environmental friendliness, cost, and more. They might also appeal to the customers’ emotions to build up their experience.

    Put the Product Front-of-Mind

    Your ads can also be reminders to your customers that you are the solution to their problem. Your goals here is to maintain yourself as the first company in your industry that comes to your customers’ minds when they think about the product you are offering.

    Charmin toilet paper is a good example. They have developed funny and memorable ways to emphasize how soft and durable their toilet paper is, even though customers already know the quality of their products. These ads serve as a powerful reminder to customers that they should continue buying Charmin products.

    Create Desire

    Creating a desire for the product you are advertising will also impact the response you get from your readers. Brands like BMW, Adidas, and Audi are known to make advertisements that drive such desire in readers and make them want the products, even if they don’t need them.

    Take Harley Davidson for another example. They have locked down desire for their brand so much that they have inspired customers to save money for years to purchase their particular style of bike.

    Differentiate the Product

    An aspect of advertising that is key to your success is differentiating your product or service from your competitors’ products or services. You have to demonstrate in your ad that your offer brings a higher value than others like yours. Take time to consider how you go the extra mile to express the benefits of your offer. If your competitor focuses on just the features of their product, you should focus on the promises and commitments it will keep. Help your customers trust your brand more than your competitors and you will achieve this objective.

    Brands like Coca Cola, Toyota, and Amazon are some of the most trustworthy brands on the market.

    Increase Sales and Profits

    All businesses will have this objective when planning their advertising campaign: make sales and profits. Targeted advertising can help you introduce a new offer and help you take advantage of your demographic’s needs and seasonal trends.

    For example, if you are advertising your book shop, you can choose ads that update your audience on cozy reads for rainy autumn days or inspirational biographies. These season-appropriate offers are just one way to intrigue your audience by feeding their buying mood during this time of year.

    Acquire Customers

    Another major objective of advertising in newspapers is to acquire more customers or make them leave your competitor to choose your products or services instead. You can achieve this by sending a positive message about the highlights and benefits of your offer compared to other competitors.

    Telecom companies are a good example of this. They constantly update and launch modified plans to acquire customers and encourage them to leave their competitor. Even though the offers may be similar, each brand will offer incentives to stand out.

    How Macromark Can Help with Your Newspaper Ad Campaign

    If you have any of the advertising objectives mentioned above, you don’t have to stress about improving your ad campaign. Thanks to our years of experience, our team can offer you guidance on how to create an effective newspaper ad, and we can help you reach these objectives and more. With the right words, images, and placement we can ensure your ad is seen by your target audience and we can help you get more leads.

    At Macromark, our specialty is helping our clients create newspaper, magazine, and direct mail ads that grab readers’ attention and encourage them to follow through. Our services include helping you purchase advertising space, direct mail marketing, list brokerage, data solutions, list fulfilment, and list management. We can create a customized package to suit your goals and help you reach your target audience, retain customers, and improve your customer reputation. We also offer professional copywriting services.

    For more information about how we can help you post newspaper ads and grow your business, contact us at 1-(845)-230-6300.

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    David Klein

    David Klein

    David Klein is CEO and President of Macromark, Inc. David has a rich and deep background in direct response marketing. His experience comes from being a consultant and list broker with more than 25 years in the Industry; working with several hundred different clients in just about every industry, market or niche found in direct mail. David is a graduate of the University of Illinois with high honors advanced degree course work in Marketing Communications from Roosevelt University in Chicago. Part of Macromark’s vision is to help its clients succeed in their acquisition efforts for finding new customers regardless of the marketing channel or media used. Add me to your G+