Guidelines that you can follow when creating your ad campaign.
First, you need to identify your target audience and understand their needs and preferences. This helps in creating a message that resonates with them and promotes your products or services.
Second, it is important to choose the right platform to promote your ad. The Monadnock Shopper News print ads could be the right channel to reach your target audience effectively.
Finally, your ad should focus on delivering a clear and concise message that captures the attention of your audience. Your ad should also be visually appealing and have a strong call to action that encourages the audience to take action and engage with your brand.
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As a business owner, Keene Web Works has advertised with the Monadnock Shopper News since 2005. Over the years we have tried other types of advertising and other companies. We have found that The Monadnock Shopper News has been the most successful form of advertising for us.
As readers of The Monadnock Shopper News, we enjoy the articles, however, we primarily use the publication as a replacement for the yellow pages. The ads are always clear, concise and appealing to look at. We’re forever searching through the Monadnock Shopper News to find a business who can help us with our newest repair or project. Thank you Monadnock Shopper News for a FREE and well done publication!
George & Rebeccah Colburn
Keene Web Works
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Monadnock Shopper News Honored For Ad Design ( Aug. 2023)
The Monadnock Shopper News received accolades for advertising design at the Association of Community Publishers (ACP) annual newspaper contest, in which newspapers from the US and Canada vie for several awards.
Each year, ACP conducts the advertising design contest, where the best ads are selected by independent judges. The winning entries of this prestigious contest are honored by receiving first, second, or third place awards. This year, over 1500 entries were judged, and The Monadnock Shopper News netted four awards.
The newspaper won a first place award in the category of Fitness, Fashion, and Beauty for an ad for Bootleggers. Third place prizes were: Ad Series, The Monadnock Food Coop; Events, the Keene Public Library book sale; and Single Ad in Color, Larger than a Quarter Page, Keene Door.
These ads were created collaboratively by the customers, the account representatives, and graphic artist George Amaru.
“I was impressed to see the variety of ads that won, from a full page to a business-card sized ad,” said Mitchell G. Shakour, president and publisher. “This demonstrates that many types of ads can win awards, and that a small ad can be noticeable and effective, bringing results.”
”I’m proud of our sales reps and graphic artists. I consider our current team the best team we’ve ever had in my 40-plus years at The Monadnock Shopper News,” Shakour continued.
To see the winning ads, visit The Monadnock Shopper News’ Facebook page at www.facebook.com/shoppernews.