New Delhi, India (PressExposure) May 25, 2009 -- Advertising has reached greater heights with the leap that technology has taken in the last two decades. If radio advertising, print advertising and television advertising is all that people could think of in those times, the same mediums now seem outdated to the present generation. Keeping in mind that the world has now become even smaller thanks to the Internet, advertising too has taken a brand new face which is more glamorous and high-tech.
Times have changed with the 'on the move' culture where very few individuals actually stay at home. For such markets, advertisers now look at outdoor advertising solutions like billboards, kiosks and airport advertising. However, this does not mean that traditional media like print advertising, radio advertising and television advertising have died out. In fact, they continue to grow for specific products that are generally targeted at a local market.
Print advertising will probably never die out due to the fact that not all parts of the world have grown with times and will find takers. Outdoor advertising still continue to be the basic commodities bought by most households and will continue creating business for advertisers. While broadcast advertising has grown with the Internet as a medium, it has significantly reduced radio advertising. Small scale advertisers as well as local manufacturers and suppliers prefer radio advertising.
At present, airport advertising is the rage in the marketing world where every advertiser looks at this medium as a great way of attracting customers. Especially true for brands and companies that target a medium to high-class market which can afford its products to selective clientele While outdoor advertising on LCD's, wall wraps and overhead spectaculars are the most commonly preferred displays, advertisers are now getting innovative with larger than life specialty displays or product booths with dramatic illumination, demanding the attention of most visitors with their quality. It must be remembered to never under-estimate any of the advertising mediums as each of them have their popularity and impact in different regions of the world and should be used accordingly.
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