Advertising With
The Wedding Guide in South Bay, Long Beach, Orange County, & Los Angeles,

                      areas in Southern California as a Preferred Wedding Specialist

Hello!

We would like to introduce you to The Wedding Guide publication.

Our book is unique because of our diligence in distribution, as well

as our high standards of quality.

Our publication is absolutely free to Brides, and is given out in the

South Bay, Long Beach, Orange County, & Los Angeles market areas.

We distribute The Wedding Guide directly to locally engaged brides at 

various locations, including Bridal Salons, Jewelry Stores, Bridal

Resource Centers, and Banquet Facilities throughout the year. 

We attend all the local Bridal Shows, and many different types of 

Wedding events each month.

Advertising is for a full year, and we print and distribute 16,000 books

annually, from January through December, locally in Southern

California.

We offer several different advertising options for you to choose from for

targeting local Brides, including a listing on this website with a link

to your website, and a monthly list of Brides. 

We are very proud of our 20 year track record, and the reputation

that we have established with both local Brides, and our advertisers.


Remember this...

When business is good, you should advertise,

when business is slow, you NEED to advertise!



Here is an interesting article by Alan Berg, writer and speaker.

What does FREE really mean to you?

 

For additional information on advertising, or to request our rates, please contact Debbie Christensen, publisher at:


Debbie@WeddingGuideonline.com


(562) 425-7069


Dalton Publishing

5200 Clark Ave. #922

Lakewood,  CA  90714

The Benefits of Print Advertising

Regardless of the technological advancements and the trends that keep changing every now and then, printing services still offer the best marketing strategy in the advertising world. Companies rely on print media to communicate to their clients. Newspapers and magazines never run out of popularity and give companies competitive advantage. Print media is the best way in which a company can use to reach out to a specific target audience. For instance, most fashion lovers ensure they get a copy of their favourite fashion magazine on a regular basis. Fashion oriented companies that advertise on these magazines tend to have more clients since the information lands on

the desired group. Reaching out to a target audience increases the opportunity of enhancing sales figures. Advertisements on print media have better performance and a longer lifespan, although it varies from one type to another.

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Advertisements shown on the internet usually reach out to the people watching at a particular time. Some may move out of a specific position for a short moment and miss the details. Print adverts on the other hand not only reach out to the purchasers in full detail, but also close family and friends as it is very easy to share the media. Print advertising gives a company the benefit of special advert positioning. An organization may pay a little more for a larger advertisement section. Instead of a small portion of a page, having a whole page for advertisement increases the visibility of the product. It draws more attention and greatly increases the chances of recognition by potential clients or customers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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