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We've never done much advertising but I'm considering doing something now. Looking on course with last year and I'm interested in bringing that up a bit. Not looking at spending a fortune and I'm leaning towards post cards as we've done it in the past but would like some input. What's the best (in regards to return) economical advertising you've done.

 

 

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Most 'economical' advertising we have done has been in the newspaper. It is cheap and we got a surprisingly good ROI on it (don't have an actual figure, just know I was surprised at how many people mentioned the ad). Mail outs had a good ROI, but you need to pay a professional to design them and send them out in bulk to get a good enough discount.

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