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|Original Message Added : 23 Jun 2012|
|Reply : 24 Jun 2012 - (Edited : 24 Jun 2012)|
|Reply : 25 Jun 2012|
Test it to check it.
One way of tracking outdoor advertising is to include a promotion code. When they come to you and purchase give a discount for use of the promotion code.
Another way is to set-up a specific telephone number for the advertisement. You will be able to track responses through the number. Go to www.flextel.co.uk for this service (free and paid for).
|Reply : 25 Jun 2012 - (Edited : 25 Jun 2012)|
|Reply : 26 Jun 2012|
|Reply : 25 Jul 2012|
Not sure if this concept is suitable for website broadcasting.
It may need to be sold direct, by contacting car park owners.
Personally I find advertising 'offensive', and ignore most signs, even to the point where I can't remember what parking level I have parked my car.
I also get 'tunnel-vision' in car parks, as there are so many opportunities to be involved in an accident.
Car park owners may be reluctant to distract drivers with certain advertising.
Hope this helps.