Does anyone have experience using bandit signs to bring in off-line customers to on-line businesses?
These are signs that you put in the grass as busy intersections where there is a lot of car traffic. I have seen them for real estate and dating sites, but not for other things. Just wondering if people would use them for a web site.
If the site will take care of a need or desire, then it could work. The site name should be "catchy"...easy to remember without having to write it down. The signs are cheap. Have some made up, post them in a nearby city, then track your hits geographically. Just remember that the signs may be seen by people getting off of work and leaving a plant in Anytown, PA but traveling home to Mapleton, PA where there IP address is located. But if you have so few hits from this area, you should have no problem.
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