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    Campaign Marketng Tip

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    Look at who covered Kickstarter projects similar to yours. If you drag and drop an image file into the search bar at images.google.com you’ll be shown every website that has ever posted that image.

    Then:
    1. Find Kickstarter projects similar to yours, and for each, do the following.
    2. Right-click and save-to-desktop 2-3 images.
    3. Drag and drop each image file from your desktop into the Google Images search bar.
    4. Review blogs listed on the results page to see which might be relevant to your project.
    5. Fill out the following fields in a spreadsheet: Publication, URL, first and last name of the writer, and links to relevant posts by that writer.

    You now have dozens of blogs that have a high probability of relevance, all neatly organized in a spreadsheet.
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    Good tips, thanks

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    Looks interesting, will need to check this out!

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    Simple but smart. Thanks for the tip

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    THanks for the awesome tip.

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    Thanks for the awesome tip. The one thing I haven't tried yet.

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    Really good idea. After that you have a good opportunity to find out what kind of content were popular and shareable, get inspired by new ideas and to know your competitors and learn from their mistakes.

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    1. Go After Your Target Audience
    An advertising campaign should be geared toward your niche market. It is a common mistake to create generic ads that do not speak the language or grab the attention of your potential customers.
    2. Highlight Your Competitive Advantage
    One of the keys to all advertising is to accentuate the pros of your company — those factors that give you your competitive edge. Too many ads are clever but fail to sell the specific benefits of the featured product or service. Unless you highlight these benefits, your ad delivers no value to potential customers.
    3. Establish an Image
    You can recognize the McDonald’s arches while whizzing by on the highway. Likewise, there are plenty of products that you recognize by their packaging or logo.
    Image counts when it comes to advertising and promoting your business. Too many advertisers do not work to build a consistent image, and they’re missing the chance to make an impression on prospective customers.
    4. You Have to Spend Money to Make Money
    There are ways to save money, but advertising is typically not the place to cut corners. Doing so will affect sales, and that affects the bottom line. Successful advertising may cost some money, but that is because it works.
    5. Advertise in the Right Places
    Your favorite magazine, radio station, or even television program might not be a favorite of your audience. Do some research about your target market to understand who they are and determine what they read, watch, and listen to. Then advertise in the appropriate media to ensure that you reach your target market.

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