When to Use Aerial Banners
As with most types of ads, there is always a right time to employ certain advertising campaigns. A company or a brand cannot simply employ a campaign blindly, since this will not yield any positive results. For instance, when buying television spots for advertising, companies do not simply advertise in the most top rated shows. They also consider the market of their product and the demographics of the television show. They consider who watch that particular show and the gender and the age range of the viewers to see if their advertisements will be seen by the right pair of eyes. For instance, a television show that is highly rated but is watched mostly by men will not be a good venue for an advertisement of a product used by females. In this case, knowing when to advertise is a good tactic to yield good results, and to save money in the long run.
In the same way, this concern applies when using aerial advertising. Obviously, the concerns of companies using aerial banners are not connected with the aforementioned example, but a similar scenario can ring true. For instance, when should a company use aerial advertising? Are there particular considerations regarding this when using aerial as an advertising medium?
The beauty of airplane banners is that its range is wide and varied. After all, when using aerial banners, the company has no specific data about the people who will see the banner, except for one-how many people will it. For example, aerial banners are used to advertise a product during rush hour in a highway with heavy traffic. But the overwhelming number of people who will see the aerial ads are enough to offset the limitations. And besides, aerial banners also rely on word of mouth (more than other advertisements placed in highways such as billboards) so the mileage of aerial advertising reaches far beyond the stretches of highway foto.
Of course, there are certain times when one can use this medium with a particular market in mind. Then there are certain events and festivals with a niche market. Film festivals, parades, and national occasions where people converge in one place are good locations to use aerial banners too.
The idea with airplane banners is to use them when there are several people within a certain area. Because of its novelty, it transcends some of the logic applicable in television advertising or even billboard advertising. Aerial banners in aerial advertising are effective in creating a stamp on people.