We help you market your business to its full potential. We offer services that assist you in marketing and promoting your business, including:
- Marketing consulting: networking to create awareness, brand recognition
- Shopping cart ads in Kroger, Ingles and Bed, Bath and Beyond and more
- Social Media (Blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
- Email Marketing
- Internet / Online Marketing
- Website Design
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
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Across all age, income, gender, and channels evaluated "In-Store" Advertising is considered more effective than Out-of-Store Advertising in raising product awareness and communicating product benefits. Shopping/Grocery Cart Advertising is the type of signage that shoppers most actively engage with.
- Great exposure – National average of 15,000 shoppers per week per store, average person visits the grocery store 2.7 times per week, averaging between 50-60 minutes per visit. Raise awareness, attract new customers,retain existing customers
- Highly targeted demographics – Target your message by individual store, zip code, city, and state, or advertise nationally in 12,000 stores. Exclusive agreement available to be the only company showcased for your type of business.
- Ad flexibility – Place a new marketing piece every 28 days. Place a different ad in each selected store if choosing multiple locations.
- Video Marketing/National Business Directory - Receive a listing, with individual webpage, on the NALA Business Directory website and can select one commercial video featuring Starkart ad copy.
- Most affordable type of advertising - allows you to capitalize on the over $100,000 monthly the grocery store spends on advertising to bring your target market into the stores. Read more...
Cost Segregation: What is cost segregation?
Cost Segregation is a strategy for accelerating depreciation, reducing taxes and increasing cash flow.
Through an engineering-based cost segregation study, costs associated with the purchase,
construction or renovation of a building, are segregated into components. Typically these costs are
assigned a 39-year depreciable life for tax reporting. But by using the study results, a taxpayer can
reclassify component costs to shorter depreciable lives of 5, 7 or 15 years. This accelerates
depreciation deductions and increases cash flow by deferring federal and state income taxes. Read more...