For National Small Business Week: Advertising math that can help businesses make a lot more money
This is about two things that media should take a close look at, especially during National Small Business Week. One item is about math that can help businesses make a lot more money. The other item is about the state of manufacturing in America.
ONE THING THAT BUSINESSES SHOULD TAKE A LOOK AT IS SOME EASY-TO-USE ADVERTISING MATH THAT CAN HELP BUSINESSES MAKE A LOT MORE MONEY
One of the things that businesses might want to take a look at right now, and especially during National Small Business Week, is some easy-to-use advertising math that can help businesses of all kinds make a lot more money.
“The math is called ‘The Barrows Popularity Factor’ and businesses of all kinds can use it to help them increase their sales, increase their profit and decrease their risk” according to Robert Barrows, author of a booklet called “The Barrows Popularity Factor” and President of R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising and Public Relations in San Mateo, California.
The math he developed will help you take a lot of the guesswork out of your advertising, according to Barrows, and you can read all about “The Barrows Popularity Factor” and download a booklet called The Barrows Popularity Factor for $4.95 at http://www.barrows.com.
“The booklet will explain why it works, how it works, and how to use the math to help your company make a lot more money starting right now,” according to Barrows.
“And the best part is, you can read the whole booklet in about an hour, and the math is so easy-to-use that all of the calculations can be done by one person, in moments, with just a simple calculator.
“If you are looking for the best way to plan and measure the effectiveness of your advertising, take a look at a booklet called "The Barrows Popularity Factor” says Barrows.
“It will give you much more information about your advertising in a much shorter time frame, and it will give you a much better way to make much more informed marketing and media decisions based on hard marketing data as opposed to ‘wait and see’ subjective approaches.”
“The Barrows Popularity Factor” is a major breakthrough in marketing,” according to Barrows.
The math in “The Barrows Popularity Factor” reduces the relationship between advertising and sales to its lowest possible common denominator, and the math is universal and effective,” according to Barrows.
“You can use the math to help you test and compare the effectiveness of all kinds of measurable advertising.”
“In short, ‘The Barrows Popularity Factor’ is a two-part mathematical marketing tool that will give you more of the information you need to make key marketing decisions with far less risk,” says Barrows.
“The Barrows Popularity Factor” can help you fine-tune your entire marketing program, and The Barrows Popularity Factor booklet is a must read for all kinds of businesses,”
Another thing that businesses and the media might want to focus on during National Small Business Week is the state of manufacturing in America.
Barrows has also written a poem about the state of manufacturing in America.
The poem is called “It used to be made in America.” The poem is about the loss of jobs and the consequences of the outsourcing of jobs to other countries.
“It paints a vivid picture of conflicting economic forces,” according to Barrows, and you can see the poem online at www.itusedtobemadeinamerica.com and also at www.madeinusa.us.com.
Barrows hopes to be able to use the poem to help draw more attention to the need for American manufacturers and retailers to start making more of their manufacturing and purchasing decisions to offer more goods that are made in America.
He also hopes to be able to develop the poem into some song lyrics and television and film projects that can also help draw more attention to the need to start reviving manufacturing in America much more quickly.
Plus, he hopes to be able to develop the website into a series of moneymaking directories about manufacturing, jobs and products that would be made in America. The directories would be on a companion website called www.madeinusa.us.com.
(At the moment, both websites are identical. Barrows is hoping to find some commercial interest to help develop these projects.) “These web-based business directories could generate very substantial revenues on an on-going basis” according to Barrows, “and they could also help create more jobs and improve our economy a lot faster.”
For additional information about “The Barrows Popularity Factor” and “It used to be made in America” contact Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising and Public Relations in San Mateo, California at 650-344-4405, http://www.barrows.com.
Robert Barrows is also a sculptor, inventor and a songwriter. You can see some of his sculpture at http://www.barrows.com/
He is also the inventor of a video tombstone called The Video Enhanced Gravemarker (U.S. Patent #7,089,495) http://www.barrows.com/
To hear some free clips of some songs he co-wrote called “Big Bucks” and “Run For Office” go to http://www.barrows.com/
For additional information and to arrange an interview with Robert Barrows, call