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Do People Trust Your Ads?

What ads DO people trust?   

Don’t you just love “free” social media marketing? HA. hahahahaha

By now, everyone on the planet knows that not only does it cost $$ to grab attention on the web, it also takes many hours of (wo)manpower. And of course you have to read endless content articles to figure out how to do everything.

Felix Richter

SO, we’re all spending money, or considering spending money, on Facebook, Google+, banners, pay per click, LinkedIn, all kinds of apps, and we’re spending time tweeting and writing those endless content articles.

Maybe we’re being too hasty.

If your product or service requires some consumer trust before anyone will buy it, check out this graph sent by Felix Richter. According to a recent Nielsen survey, TV ads are the most trusted form of advertising followed by newspapers and magazines.


The nicest thing about media advertising is that it doesn’t take so much of your time. And if you use your customer demographics to choose your media carefully, it can keep working for you while you are concentrating on other elements of your business.

Thanks to Felix Richter — I have subscribed to his Statista.com charts because they are always interesting — sometimes a little strange, but handy info to know if you suddenly get picked for Jeopardy or something.

Thanks for reading!  Won’t you help me (and them) out by sharing this information with other business owners?

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