We bring success back to press for our clients, which is why Bunches has returned to press as a new customer acquisition source.
Though press circulations used to be triple what they are now, the market is certainly not dead. It still has a vital role to play alongside other streams of advertising. Paramount in making press advertising a success is finding an agency who will use their expertise with passion and willingness for their clients, Attinger Jack is that agency.
Often clients find that when they first advertise online they get results that beat the press figures. Particularly when they are generating repeat business as they find the new online audience has a much higher proportion of new customers and that press percentages have risen as the ads have run and run. So, the budgets shift into online and away from press, in some cases even dropped altogether. However, when Bunches found that their results from online began falling, they knew they had to rethink.
At AJ we have brought success back to press for a number of clients including; Donald Russell, Serious Readers and Thomas Sanderson. Hearing this, Bunches agreed to a £10K test plan to see if we could do the same for them. That is exactly what we did, and Bunches have gone on to spend more than double this figure in the last couple of months and have confirmed a budget with us for November and December. Though don’t just take our word for it, hear what Bunches had to say about our partnership for yourselves.
“We decided to return to press after an 8 year break and AJ held our hand through the process. AJ’s initial approach of A/B testing different propositions really helped us craft a design and an offer that would get us the best ROI. AJ have delivered some great rates for us, enabling us to get our brand in national press within budget”
For matters of the heart say it with flowers, for your business say it with press.
To hear more about how AJ can keep your advertising figures in bloom, contact Lesley Bowman on 01225 758222 or email email@example.com.