Three Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Overlook Aerial Advertising In Your Marketing Budget

If you have ever considered aerial advertising as a means to promote your business, but then decided against it because it seemed too expensive, you may wish to revisit the idea. At the very least, you should try it once. It could prove to be one of the best marketing strategies you have used. If you still are not convinced, here are three reasons why you should not overlook aerial advertising in your marketing budget.

Aerial Advertising Using a Plane and Skywriting Attracts a Lot of Attention

When people see a low-flying plane, they tend to look up. When that same plane is also skywriting, more people look up to see what the plane is writing. They may even stop everything else they are doing just to watch the plane finish the skywriting, which means that your advertising message could be seen by dozens, hundreds or even thousands of people. If you also combine and time your aerial advertising event with a massive convention or street festival, then you will have even more people looking up and seeing your message.

Aerial Advertising CAN Fit into Your Budget

Aerial advertising can fit into just about any budget. Depending on where you live, who you hire and the brevity and frequency of the message, it may be as little as a couple thousand to twenty thousand or more. Simply put, if you would like to try a one-time aerial advertising message, you may be able to fit it into your marketing budget to see how well it works for you. If you find that it does well and brings you several more clients or customers, then maybe you can find a little more wiggle room in your marketing budget for aerial advertising in the next several months. The trick is to keep the message concise and memorable if you want to keep the costs low.

Aerial Advertising Will Not Auto-Bill You for Services You Do Not Want or Need

You have probably encountered this situation before--a marketing and promotional products company keeps sending you products you no longer want or need, and then bills you for them. That means you spend hours on the phone trying to get the company to reverse the charges and take the products back. An aerial advertising service (i.e., skywriting) will never do that to you because they only take orders for exactly what customers want, and typically on the day or a few days before the customer wants the skywriting done. There is never any auto-bill charges for products and services, nor any issues with trying to get charges reversed for the service you did not request.

If you are interested in aerial advertising, contact High Exposure Inc Aerial Advertising