Every business, no matter how small, needs to advertise to attract new business. However, you don’t need to employ a marketing department to come up with ideas for you. Here are four simple techniques which could help grow your customer base.

Summer is fast approaching and it is time to think about significant promotional dates. Here’s what is happening in the next three months:

We've all heard the saying New Year, New You!  Well maybe it's time to apply that to your business ... New Year, New Business! 

In this digital age we are constantly bombarded by messages and advertising via television, radio, email, Facebook and Twitter, amongst others. We filter all this information, picking out what may be relevant to us and our lives and deleting the rest, either mentally or literally.

Book your January 2015 slots now and save £20.15. I'm discounting Full and Half page colour adverts by £20.15 this January so you can start the New Year with a great saving!

On March 24 2015 McDonalds are holding a global event called imlovinit24 where they will give away 24 different types of gifts during 24 hours in 24 major cities across the world.

If you have a Christmas event or promotion, why not include your event in the Link Directories.  It's a great way of getting into 16,000 Gloucester homes!

It is always important to get promotions tied in with topical dates and anniversaries. Here is a brief schedule of some of those coming up in the next three months:

Not many people know this, but here at the Link Magazines, we offer a leaflet delivery service.  It's a great way to get your info into Gloucester homes!

Simply choose what's best for you:

Advertising is all around us, from television and radio ads and poster hoardings to online banner ads. It is not uncommon for multinational companies to have advertising budgets running to millions of pounds.

Advertising Statistics

The Advertising Association, in partnership with Warc, publishes the AA/Warc Expenditure Report, a comprehensive, quarterly review of advertising spend on all major UK media.

The Expenditure Report contains quarterly data going back to the early 80s.

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