Survey shows Advertiser is best performer for smart businesses

Business owners looking at the results of the Ipsos MRBI Galway newspaper readership survey will clearly see how the Galway Advertiser is the best advertising partner they can have in terms of maximising their number of customers.

Across all sectors, the survey shows that the Galway Advertiser is the newspaper most consulted when local people make a buying decision across all sectors, including groceries, houses, cars, entertainment, jobs, education, training, health and fitness.

The results of the survey make it very clear that for smart businesses, it does not make any sense to advertise in any other media than the Galway Advertiser.

If you want to see where Galway people are researching their purchasing decisions, just take a look at the graphs and see that the Advertiser is by far the best vehicle for your advertisements and information.

For those looking for a new job, the Galway Advertiser is consulted by 77 per cent of respondents, more than treble the amount for other local newspapers combined.

For those wishing to avail of grocery food offers locally, 74 per cent read the Galway Advertiser

For those buying fashion or beauty services, 73 per cent of local readers consult the Galway Advertiser.

For those looking for information from small ads, 80 per cent consult the Galway Advertiser.

For information about dining out, 68 per cent of respondents consult the Galway Advertiser.

For those seeking education and training, 70 per cent of Galway readers consult the Galway Advertiser

For those buying a new house, 66 per cent consult the Galway Advertiser.

For those buying a new car, 65 per cent consult the Galway Advertiser.

The survey shows that the Galway Advertiser is the clear market leader across all sectors of retail. This is where your customers are. To make your advertising work for you, contact sales at the Galway Advertiser at 091 - 530951 ([email protected] ) and let a sales executive show you more details of these findings..

Comparisons are from the 86% of people who read a local newspaper.

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