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INFOMERCIAL FAQ'S

  • What is a infomercial
     
    An infomercial is commonly referred to as a long form commercial. It is 28:30 in length. There are typically 3-4 segments in an infomercial...
  • Why is an infomercial a good medium for selling products
     
    An infomercial is an excellent medium for selling certain types of products. Products that tend to work best in infomercials are...
  • Effective Infomercials
     
    The following product categories have a proven track record of success for generating effective infomercial sales...
  • Mass Appeal Products and Infomercials
     
    Products that appeal to broadest audience tend to work most effectively when marketed through infomercials...
  • Infomercial cost
     
    Infomercial production costs generally start at $75,000 and go up from there. An infomercial media test cost is typically $10,000-$15,000...
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    INFOMERCIAL ARTICLES

    Are American Consumers Tapped Out?
    Over the past 25 years, in every quarter except one, American consumer spending rose over the previous year, according to a November BusinessWeek article. Consumers have continued to shop through both good and bad times. more...
     
    A Plan to End U.S. Dependence on Foreign Oil and Slash Greenhouse Emissions
    Scientific American, in the January 2008 issue, has outlined a brilliant plan to end U.S. dependence on foreign oil and slash greenhouse emissions through the use of solar energy. The plan demonstrates how solar power plants could supply 69 percent of the U.S's electricity and 35 percent more...
     
    The New Face of Multi-Channel Retail Marketing
    In today's highly competitive and rapidly changing retail environment, it's more important than ever to utilize a multi-channel direct marketing program to maximize sales across retail platforms. There are several proven and evolving marketing models that are being employed by savvy retailers more...
     
    Google and Microsoft Battle for Control of the Digital Universe
    By offering Web-based computer software applications, called Google Apps, for word processing, email and spreadsheets to companies, universities and consumers, Google is trying to change the software business and in the process is directly challenging Microsoft's PC software empire. more...
     
    Mobile Advertising
    Mobile advertising involves displaying text, banners and video ads on data-enabled mobile devices. At this time, most ads in the U.S. are text ads delivered to SMS phones. more...
     
     
     
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