How To Get The Most Out Of Banners For Your Business

Posted by: Jeremy Jones

October 25, 2013

If your company is having an upcoming event, launching new services or products, then one of the best ways to get the word out to the public is through customized vinyl banners.

In my experience banners can do a lot for your credibility at an event you are putting on…they can also do a lot to hurt your credibility.  Make sure you have your banner designed professionally and its simple, clear and has a simple message.  Here are some tips on getting the most out of banners 


Even though several aspects of business have gone digital, banners and signs are still just as effective today as they were 50 years ago. You’ll be better off using full color vinyl banners for your advertising and marketing efforts. In order to get the most out of your banners, you’ll want to make sure that you pay attention to the design.

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Make Sure People Can Read the Banner

Your banner won’t do you much good if no one can read it. The main reason behind using banners is to deliver a message, and if people can’t read that message then you’re simply wasting your time and your money. Pay close attention to the type of font that you use on your banners and choose something this is easily readable and that you use colors that don’t clash. Make sure that you don’t pay so much attention to the graphics and images on your banner that you neglect to include text that’s easy on the eyes and attractive.

Use Well-Selected Images

The use of images, pictures and photos of your products and services can go a long way in generating interest in your business. You might be better off consulting a professional in order to find the perfect balance between images and text for your banners and signs. While professional services will cost you money, there’s a good possibility that you’ll see an even better return on investment than you would’ve if you decided to do everything on your own. You’ll also want to make sure that your company logo is easily visible on the banner in order to improve your business’s credibility with the public.

Use More Than One Banner

If you can afford it, try to use more than one vinyl banner for your marketing and advertising campaign. The number that you’ll want to use will be most determined by the size of your target audience. Usually using at least three banners and spreading them out in your area in spots of high visibility will serve you best. Since vinyl banners are inexpensive, you won’t have any problem buying more than one, just make sure that you place them in areas where your target audience is sure to see them.

Have a Banner That’s Easily Visible

As you’re deciding where to place your banners, make sure that it’s in a spot where people will have time to stop and take a look at it. If you place it in an area where people are constantly rushing by, then you might as well not have it there at all. You also have to think about what’s around your banner. If your banner is surrounded by objects that are brightly colored, then you risk it not being seen at all. Opt for a place where it stands out, but make sure it stands out in a good way.

Customized vinyl banners are an effective and inexpensive way to promote, advertise and market your business. Think about their design and their location and you’re sure to get the most out of them.

Hopefully you now have a better idea how to get the most out of banners for your business



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Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones


Jeremy C. Jones, a proud military veteran, is also a family man and entrepreneur who lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona. His accomplishments include being a four-time #1 Best-Selling Author on Amazon, hosting the popular podcast “Ideas That Make an Impact,” establishing The Book District, and founding and serving as CEO at Jones Media Publishing.



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