There is nothing like a bright, eye-catching sign to drive attention and foot traffic to your business. When someone is new to town, or just feeling open to a new experience, business displays provide the turning point for customer connections.
Signs for business come in a huge variety of formats, including traditional outdoor signs, sidewalk signs, vinyl banners, aluminum and metal signs – plus things you might not think of as signs, like window decals, door lettering, magnets and vehicle graphics.
Here’s what a new sign can add to your business.
Sure, business signs have an up-front cost – but it’s an investment that pays dividends all day, every day, all year long. A good sign is like a salesperson that shares your message 24/7, drawing attention to your products and services while you focus on what you do best. In fact, a large majority of people have tried a new business simply because they saw a sign for it.
Why is Apple one of the top brands in the world? Because that little Apple logo is so recognizable. It’s engraved in the memories of people all across the planet. Business signs give your potential customers dozens of interactions, or touch points, that expand your brand.
Already have a big front-of-business sign? Consider adding touch points like yard signs, magnetic signs, point-of-purchase displays, projecting signs and wall murals. Click here to see a graphic with interesting sign options you might never have considered.
Every business wants to stay connected with their customers beyond a one-time sale. Signs give reminders about your website, social media efforts, online contests and much more. This expands your brand and helps build loyalty among your customers.
Simply displaying a vinyl banner in your store could contribute to your business’s bottom line. The text on the banner could, for example, encourage hundreds of customers to visit your website for exclusive web-only deals. It’s an inexpensive and effortless way to drive traffic to your site.
Standing Out in a Crowd
Let’s face it – the world is full of advertising messages. A marketing firm found that the average American is exposed to about 5,000 advertising messages a day. To compete, you must find a way to stand out and make a personal connection to your customers.
Imagine a big group of hungry tourists standing downtown, trying to decide where to have lunch. What if somebody spots a bold sidewalk sign proclaiming, “Authentic local food – $8 lunch special!” Suddenly a sign is responsible for a large lunch order – plus many more to come from others who see it.
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