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In this tech-centric, high-paced world, we're often talking about advertising and marketing online and over mobile. But when it comes to really grabbing people's attention, sometimes a good, old-fashioned sign can be your best bet. More than half of small-business owners find in-store signage and graphics effective in attracting customers, according to the results of a nationwide survey (*commissioned by FedEx Office US).

The survey which polled more than 500 small businesses in the U.S. also showed that 64 percent of millennial small-business owners (age 18 to 34) place value on creativity in graphics and signage. By contrast, their baby boomer counterparts (age 55 and older) place higher emphasis on simplistic designs.

Whatever your preferences, the way a sign is designed can have a significant influence on a company's ability to acquire new customers.

Also 17 percent of its customers were people who did not intend to stop there but did so specifically because they saw the sign, which is well linked to their brand and overall marketing.



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