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Boat Show presence is vital, but promote your business 365 days a year

by MarineBusiness-World.com on 5 Jun 2013
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As the sponsor of the MarineBusiness-World Pavilion, for the last three years at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, its clear that we believe in boat shows.

Boat Show presence is one of the most important ways to reach the marine audience. Shows provide sales, market exposure, feedback and networking opportunities.

But even if you were at six boat shows a year, there would still be another 340 days in the year and online presence all year round is vital.

Every month 220,000 sailors, boaters and fishers go to the largest marine news group in the world and as you will know that is us.


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We receive an average of 27,000 visits a day, with our marine audiences looking at videos, photos, interviews, news, reports and as a result it is a perfect place to find very well qualified marine enthusiasts.

Some of our advertisers are on record as saying as much as 70% of their new business comes as a result of their online promotions with us.

We'd like to talk to you as soon as possible about increasing your online promotion, we can work with you to design cost effective campaigns.

Please email us via the contact us form on the top of this page or or text us or call us on 0418441359.

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