Whether you like it or not, advertising is a very important component of the ‘business production’ process, although in tough economic times it’s one of the first marketing tools to be discarded by many companies. It’s also true that those who cut back on their advertising spend ultimately become weaker in the long run.
Coca-Cola are probably the greatest advocate of continuous advertising, even though their signature drink is one of the most established and successful in the western world they still promote it year in, year out. They know that the more customers are reminded of it the more they are likely to buy it when faced with a selection of soft drinks or when making an impulse purchase. Not to mention of course those that will be impacted to go out and buy it on the strength of the advertising alone.
All brands, however big or small realise the need to be wherever there is an audience, which is where the Norwich Kitty can help you with your product or service. This website enjoys thousands of unique hits every month, and as it’s optimised for the keywords ‘Norwich’ and ‘Norfolk’ most of our visitors will be living or working in this region or looking for products or services from here.
With all these potential customers arriving on the Norwich Kitty website every month why not take advantage of some unique advertising opportunities to increase your sales and brand awareness?
Businesses are able to sponsor the News area, where the latest business stories appear hot off the press, every day of the week. Then there is the Business Directory section, home to Norfolk businesses or the Sponsored listings section which houses the cream of Norfolk companies. Also available for sponsorship is the Business Forum, a dedicated communication resource enabling local companies to connect, chat, network, share best practice and help and advise one another where necessary.
Call us today on 01603 625600 or e-mail email@example.com to find out more about the fantastic marketing opportunities available for your business through the Norwich Kitty.
Paul Rudd – Manager