Jimmy Small Business Section March 10, 2010
1. My advertisement in MCJ has allowed me to share with the readers the service I provide, while serving as a resource. I’ve become a Specialist in Health and Dental Insurance and often receive calls from readers of MCJ seeking my service. I feel that my marketing dollars are being used effectively when I advertise. Thanks!!
Shantel S. Bacchus
Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield
2.Our office has seen an increase in new clients as the direct result of our choosing to advertise with the Milwaukee Community Journal. We are very conscious of how our marketing dollars are spent and what the impact is once the information has been unveiled to the public; therefore, we specifically ask each new client how they may have heard about our office.
Usually following an ad in your paper, we will undoubtedly have a significant response from those who are seeking out our services. Which in our opinion is money well spent.
Dr. Bruce Hamilton
The Centre for Exceptional Dentistry
3. I have been advertising with the Milwaukee Community Journal for several years now and we are very pleased with the service and ad placement that we receive. They promise to give you every consideration and have delivered on their fulfillment in every case. They seem to work with their customers on a case by case basis and understands the need of getting vital information out to the community; and that has help us to continue to market and promote our small business.
Lisa Williams, CRS, GRI, ABR trained
Williams & Associates Realty
4. My advertisements in the MCJ allow me to hit a key audience for my business as an Insurance Advisor for Auto, Home and Life Insurance. It not only helped me gain access to new clients, but many of my existing clients would also comment on my ads. The relationship with my sales rep Jimmy V. Johnson was also a great success for me in networking within the community.
Andy Voss Agency, Inc
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