A war memorial site can be used for advertising purposes. Major war memorial sites usually attract many visitors on a daily basis. This is what makes them ideal for advertising purposes. If, for instance, you place billboards or banner adverts at the war memorial sites, the adverts would be seen by the many people who visit the sites. At another level, by opting to advertise at war memorial sites, you’d be contributing (in a small or big way) towards the maintenance of the sites. The money that you pay, in order to be allowed to display your ads at the war memorial sites, can go a long way towards catering for the sites’ maintenance costs. Now there are certain specific steps that you need to follow, while seeking to advertise at a war memorial site:
- Identify a suitable war memorial site: an ideal war memorial site here would be one that attracts many visitors on a day to day basis. You may also find a war memorial site that is adjacent to a busy highway or street. Then the management may allow you to place your billboard or banner advert there — to be seen by the people who are passing on the highway or street (and not necessarily those who are visiting the actual war memorial site).
- Negotiate with the war memorial management team: so you would mainly be negotiating about the amount of money you are to pay, to be allowed to display your advert at the war memorial site. It may turn out to be actually quite affordable. You may be surprised to learn that the applicable cost is modest: the kind of money that can actually be paid for using a Visa or MasterCard gift card (as described on the Mygiftcardsite portal). If, for arguments sake, you opted to pay for the advertising cost using the gift card, you’d only need to go to the Mygiftcardsitelogin page, sign in, check your card’s balance, and then proceed to authorize the payment… What we are saying is that the expense you are likely to incur, advertising at a war memorial site, is likely to be rather modest.
- Create a suitable advert: so this is a question of conceptualizing the ad (and creating a suitable ad message). Then you take the concept to a graphic designer, to have the artwork done. Then you have the billboard or banner printed.
- Deploy the advert to the war memorial site: here, you have to select a suitable spot on the war memorial site, and proceed to mount your advert there. You may need to design some sort of metal frame, on which to mount the advert.
- Monitor the effectiveness of the advert: you may need to undertake surveys, to figure out how many people were actually able to see the ad, how well they perceived the ad, how the ad influenced them… and so on. Only then you would be in a position to tell whether you are getting a good return on the money you are spending advertising at the war memorial.