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Bespoke Flowers

Quest Media Network Helps Bespoke Flowers Flourish

 

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When it comes to advertising and self-promotion, many businesses don’t know where to start. Beyond the obvious - things like setting up a Facebook page - they’re simply unable to reach as wide of an audience as they would like.

 

Big companies benefit from having a big budget for advertising, but small and medium-size businesses might not have the funds or the know-how to truly get their business off the ground in the way they expected.

 

At Quest Media Network, we’re proud to use our resources and our influence to help local businesses, large and small, reach their desired audience and attain the success we know they deserve.

 

Along with our proficiency in newspaper and online advertising, we work with clients to ensure they receive the very best advertising and promotion expertise with a personal touch. For local people, by local people.

 

Client Case Study - Bespoke Flowers

 

Bespoke Flowers, a Droylsden-based florist specialising in bespoke bouquets, first contacted Quest Media Network in (INSERT RELEVANT MONTH AND YEAR) seeking help with their self-promotion and advertising needs.

 

Having been in operation for (INSERT RELEVANT NUMBER OF YEARS), Bespoke Flowers owner Sophie Chant achieved considerable success offering her unique and exquisite take on flower collections to people within the local community.

 

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But Sophie realised it was time to take her business to the next level by incorporating the use of print and social media advertising.

 

After speaking with the Quest Media Network team, we knew we were the perfect fit for Sophie and Bespoke Flowers, and got to work putting together an advertising package to suit her needs and the growing needs of her business.

 

As it turns out, Sophie chose the perfect time to advertise with Quest Media Network. According to IBISWorld, market research has shown that the florist industry in the UK as a whole is set to fall by a staggering 5.9% between 2021 and 2022, most likely as a result of the lack of large scale events and gatherings caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

 

With Quest Media Network working in her favour, it was our goal to help Sophie avoid any serious drop in sales and revenue during these most uncertain times and to help her build her business back bigger and stronger than ever before.

 

How Quest Media Network Helped Bespoke Flowers

 

Using our experience in helping similar businesses with their advertising needs, Quest Media Network was primed and ready to create the best possible advertising products for Sophie and Bespoke Flowers.

 

These included designing graphics to be used on social media and other relevant sites. Created by Quest Media’s in-house team of designers and creatives, and working in tandem with Sophie and her business, we helped craft ads that not only properly promoted Bespoke Flowers’ services to the public but also captured the spirit and the essence of Bespoke Flowers as a business.

 

The ads were created using (INSERT RELEVANT PROGRAM - ADOBE INDESIGN/PHOTOSHOP I’M GUESSING?) and utilized artistic elements of Sophie’s existing products, like her logo, as well as injecting a healthy dose of colour and personality.

 

Sophie was thrilled with the result and opted to promote her new graphic designs on Quest Media Network’s social media platforms and our website. Her promotion via our various social channels ran from (INSERT RELEVANT DATES).

 

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Sophie also opted to take advantage of Quest’s available reach through our newspapers and took out a section of available advertising space in the Tameside Reporter to further promote her products and services to the local community.

 

Ads for Bespoke Flowers appeared in (INSERT RELEVANT PAPER) from (INSERT RELEVANT DATES).

 

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Quest Media Network’s Overall Reach

 

Nobody wants to advertise their products somewhere when they know it’s likely their ads won’t be seen or heard by their desired audience. This is why Quest Media Network is proud to use our vast reach to help clients like Sophie and Bespoke Flowers.

 

As it stands today, Quest Media Network’s influence is as follows:

 

  • Newspaper readership of over 80,000 across Tameside, Oldham and the High Peak, with 25,000 copies printed weekly
  • 100,000 listeners per month on Tameside Radio and growing
  • 650,000 monthly visits to the Quest Media Network website
  • Over 70,0000 followers across all our social channels (with a reach of over 2 million people per month)

 

With numbers like these, we are in the perfect position to help local businesses greatly improve their advertising efforts and help their products and services reach an audience that may have escaped them until now.

 

Quest’s Impact on Bespoke Flowers

 

Since joining up with Quest Media Network and our team, we’re thrilled to report Bespoke Flowers has experienced a significant boost in interest.

 

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Speaking on the assistance she received from Quest Media Network, here’s what Sophie Chant had to say:

“We hadn’t used any formal forms of marketing before and didn’t know where to start. The team from start to finish was really informative, knowledgeable, supportive and responsive. We were able to dictate the level of input and support from the team, which for complete novices was a lot. We have used the team for repeat marketing/advertising now and would highly recommend them!”

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If you would like to find out more about advertising with Quest Media Network, please visit https://www.questmedianetwork.co.uk/advertising/advertise-with-us/.

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