We offer the design, print and delivery of your advert within the LocalBuddy booklet. The booklet will consist of 8-12 A6 advert with a LocalBuddy cover making it immediately recognisable once delivered through the door.
There will be no directly completing businesses within the booklet giving you every chance of a successful campaign.
If you have a vision or great idea, we can help you make it a reality.
Our print partner has over 40 years of experience in the design and print of unique and memorable promotional material as well as POS solutions. They’ve worked with some of the biggest brands in the UK which means you have the opportunity to tap in to our combined expertise.
Because we know any good marketing campaign must be multi-channel, we will promote your advert on Facebook and Twitter during the week that the ad pack goes out.
Thus maximising reach and engaging potential clients through multiple channels.
It is important to take a second and plan your campaign. Often it takes a sustained effort for customers to engage with your business. We’re here to guide you through this process and make sure your budget is maximised.
If your aim is to channel clients to your website, we have a number of solutions for you. Including QR codes and ‘online only promotions’.
“A well-targeted door drop, in which the message is relevant and interesting to the person, is kept for an average of 38 days. Plus, 23% of all mail gets shared around the household.” Royal Mail market research.
We have skilled designers on hand that are able to design an eye catching advert and make sure your message is crystal clear, so that clients are compelled to engage with your business.
The online marketing world has become very cluttered which is why we believe giving your clients something tangible to hold in their hands allows businesses to cut through the clutter and maximise advertising spend.
In a recent study, Royal Mail reports that, “On average, every £1 spent on direct marketing generates £14 in sales.” We believe that this is the bare minimum when it comes to local businesses advertising to their local audience.