I'm thinking about it for my van, I'm doing midrange work trying to move into upper, and doing a change of name.
The main ones I've seen it on is plumbers, the effectiveness may be trade specific. Where I'm at now, midrange remodeling it probably would be effective, so I should do it, but where I'm headed, highend, its probably a bad idea. So once again I am confused.YEP. AND you get to choose what your vehicle's graphics.. the way you want YOUR future customers to see your company as! I love it! Like getting a new vehicle.. but not :laughing:
I have no f**king idea :laughing:exactly my point.. how is it REALLY perceived??? the good, bad, or ugly?
The problem is the customers will see you at the ti...bar now!:whistlingLooks great Rich! So you did see a pic up in business? Or not so much? When did you do this? Have any of your customers said they saw your van?
That actually looks good, the only wrapped vehicles I see around my area are "gangsta" rappers and "D.J.'s".Here is the before & after of my Van, I did it this past June. I didn't do a wrap, bit too costly for my current budget, but this worked out fine and was half the price of a wrap. Everyone thought I bought a new truck! It's actually 12 years old.
I decided to do it because I felt it would give me more for my money than advertising in the media, which is costly. The 'mobile' billboard' seemed a more cost effective way to go. The key here is to make it 'eye catching', professional looking and readable from 10' away - if you want to do it right.
I also just started to try local direct marketing in the area that I am working in which the advertising piece has a picture of my van on it so people in the area of the job site make the connection.
The more visible you are out there today, the better your chances of finding some work. It's not an instant lead generator but over time, it can't hurt.