Imagine this: A burger joint wants to sell more of their hamburgers. They develop the perfect recipe of using a juicy beef patty, crisp lettuce, tomatoes, and mustard. It is delicious and kids will surely love it.
Will people buy this improved burger? Probably not, because they don’t know about it and it’s not in their consciousness. Something is definitely missing here–an ad showing just how meaty it is and how succulent it looks.
Advertisements give visibility to a business. Without them, there wouldn’t be any stiff competition among establishments. This is why a company consults a marketing agency. Utah has various agencies that help business come up with catchy ads to promote their products.
Ads help large and small businesses in a number of ways:
1. They provide essential information about products and services. This saves you a lot of time explaining to your clients what products you have.
2. Ads reach a lot of people. Posters can be displayed on walls. Ads can be placed in newspapers and shown on websites. Videos can run on TVs and other screens. The main objective of advertisements is to help businesses increase their market reach.
3. Ads also create a certain image for a business. Photos, taglines, and celebrity endorsers work together to create the product’s identity.
For example, a print ad showing Emma Watson modeling Burberry clothes will catch a lot of attention. People will instantly associate the star with the product.
4. Businesses without ads are mostly forgotten, unless their service has been tried and tested. Advertisements remind customers that your business exists. They also let the public know that your products are still relevant.
5. Ads spark curiosity among consumers. The secret to the longevity of companies is to continually keep their customers interested. For example, an ad for a deodorant that shows women ogling
at a man could pose this question: Do you want to know the secret to being the man of her dreams? Any male who wants to be popular with the ladies will want to get a hold of the product in the ad.
It is true that behind every successful business is a talented businessman. It is also true, however, that behind every successful product is an impressive ad.