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Hoarding Advertising Service

Sell advertising along the fencing that protects construction sites.

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For anyone who is not familiar with the termhoarding, it is the temporary plywood fencing that is erected aroundthe perimeter of a construction site.

Typically, hoarding is used forconstruction sites in densely populated urban areas to prevent foottraffic from being potentially injured as a result of coming intocontact with falling debris or construction equipment. While manypeople illegally post advertising posters and notices on hoardingfences, a very successful advertising business can be built by legallyacquiring permission to post advertising on the fencing.

Marketing thistype of advertising is very easy as most hoarding is erected in highlyvisible areas and that is exactly the kind of exposure advertisers areseeking.

Additionally, be sure to negotiate a revenue split arrangementwith the contractors or property developers of the site, as this willdefinitely remove any potential objections.

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Indoor and Outdoor Specialty Advertising

Have an eye for great places to advertise? Hook clients up with great outdoor advertising.

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Business At A Glance

  • Startup Costs: $2,000 – $10,000
  • Home Based: Can be operated from home.
  • Part Time: Can be operated part-time.
  • Franchises Available? Yes
  • Online Operation? No

Business Overview

In the spirit of being unique, considerthese indoor and outdoor advertising opportunities that perhaps mightbe the right new venture for you to specialize in.

WindowBillboards

Vacant storefronts and professional offices thatdon’t use window space for display purposes are highly and potentiallyprofitable places to display window billboards. Window billboards aretwo-foot by three-foot color poster advertisements that are laminatedin plastic. The mini billboards can be installed in commercial windowspaces using small and transparent suction cups. Strike deals withretailers, property owners and professional offices to join your windowbillboard advertising program.

In exchange for allowing the windowbillboards to be displayed, participants would receive 40 percent ofthe monthly revenues the window billboards generate. Solicit localmerchants and service providers to rent the advertising spaces at $50per month plus the cost to create the poster.

Golf DrivingRanges

If your local golf driving range has an advertisingprogram in place then you should seriously consider approaching themanagement of such a facility to initiate one. There are two fantasticlocations for highly visible advertising at most golf driving ranges:tee box dividers and distance targets. The golf driving range providesthe space for the advertisements and you market the program to localbusinesses that want this type of advertising exposure. Split therevenues with the golf range and all win.

TelephoneBooths

Indoor and outdoor telephone booths and enclosures arefantastic venues to feature advertising place cards. Once again if yourlocal telephone company does not have this type of advertising programin place, then this could be your opportunity to make arrangements tooperate the program for them.

Washrooms

Who wouldwant to advertise their business in a washroom? Lots of businesses.Why? A captive audience. Washroom advertising has become extremelypopular in the last few years, and many media companies are feverishlyworking to secure the rights to the busiest washrooms, both public andprivate, across the country. However, this doesn’t mean not to startthis type of unique advertising service as there are millions of goodlocation, and it will take years before the market is saturated.Washroom ads are generally 12 inches wide and 18 inches high, fullcolor, and sealed in an aluminum frame with a plastic covering face.

The ads are typically installed beside vanity mirrors, above urinalsand on the back of stall doors. Good washroom locations includeairports, restaurants, bars, roadside rest stops, community markets,sports complexes and arenas.

Delivery Vehicles

Inevery community across North America there are delivery vehicles of allsizes that make fantastic mobile billboards. Strike a partnerships witha courier company, moving company, or basically any company thatoperates a fleet of service or delivery vehicles to initiate anadvertising program. The delivery company allows their vehicles to haveadvertisements installed on them, and you promote and sell theadvertising spaces and split the ad revenues with the delivery company.

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Online Advertising Consultant

Help businesses advertise their websites on and offline.

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Business At A Glance

  • Startup Costs: $2,000 – $10,000
  • Home Based: Can be operated from home.
  • Part Time: Can be operated part-time.
  • Franchises Available? No
  • Online Operation? Yes

Business Overview

In the rush to set up a website, manybusiness owners fail to consider how they will advertise their siteonce online. In a nutshell, the role of an internet advertisingconsultant is to develop an advertising program specifically created tomeet a client’s particular needs. How do you optimize a website forsearch engines?

What’s the best way to advertise a website on andoffline? These are questions many entrepreneurs are willing to pay topdollar for the answers to.

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Internet Marketing Consultant

Are you an online marketing whiz? Help others plan their campaigns.

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Business At A Glance

  • Startup Costs: $2,000 – $10,000
  • Home Based: Can be operated from home.
  • Part Time: Can be operated part-time.
  • Franchises Available? No
  • Online Operation? Yes

Business Overview

Companies large and small are getting used to fact that you need tohave a web site. But just having a web site doesn’t guarantee a companyan increase in business–if those millions of potential customers don’thappen to stumble on it, you’re spinning your virtual wheels.

What’s acompany to do?

If you’re internet-savvy and marketing-smart, you can bethe solution to this dilemma as an internet marketing consultant.You’ll seek out new ways to increase a client’s web site traffic andboost sales by setting up links to other sites, developing new sitecontent or services, creating direct-marketing programs via e-mail, anddevising web advertising campaigns.

The advantages to this business arethat it’s creative, challenging and has staying power–internetbusiness is a reality and therefore net advertising and marketing is anecessity. As an internet marketing consultant, you’ll naturally needto be a whiz when it comes to the web, with plenty of experience inlinks, banners, affiliate programs and all the other fine points of netnavigation and promotion. You should also have traditional advertisingand marketing talents so you can invent your own unique online twiststo make your clients’ sites shine.

The Market

Your clients will be businesses with up-and-running but not necessarilysuccessful web sites. Decide on a target market, preferably one youalready have experience with, then start a direct-mail campaign aimedat companies in that field. Erect your own web site and build links toother internet sites–this will help potential clients find you, too.

Needed Equipment

You’ll need a computer with a high-speed modem, an inkjet or laserprinter, and subscriptions to a wide variety of internet serviceproviders and online communities. And since you’ll want to develop yourown niche market–which is the best way to avoid being buried by thecompetition–you’ll also want subscriptions to your niche’sprofessional or trade magazines and journals.

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