Ghost Hunting Jobs Uk

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ghost hunting jobs uk

ghost hunting jobs uk

Who Will Buy Your Product? If you’re producing hand-tooled leather briefcases you’re aiming at senior-management professionals. Cheerful plastic luggage sets will be popular with manual workers who enjoy package holidays. Stereotypes yes – but in advertising you can’t afford to ignore them.

Where Are Their Eyeballs? You’ve defined your punters, now investigate what they read and look at. At the basic level this is an obvious science -you won’t sell retirement chalets in a teen magazine or roller-blades in Pensioners Post. Now make your study more specific. Look in Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook for information on all national newspapers and almost every magazine published in the UK.

On the Other Hand…if you’re selling a children’s product – bespoke doll’s houses, garden swings – remember who’s most likely to have the sentiment and the savings to snap them up. Doting grandparents! And what do they read? Pensioners Post etc…

The National Press. Who advertises in the big national papers and why? Well just have a look – it’s seems only the big corporations can afford the thousands of pounds for a single insertion, more in the glossy supplements – cars, drinks, financial services, telecoms are featured regularly. Can a small company benefit from splashing out alongside these giants? It’s possible, especially if you have a niche product. Investigate the smaller box ads of the lifestyle Sunday supplements.

Study Where the Competition is Advertising. Make a note of regular advertisements. If a company appears long-term in a magazine, it’s likely they’re getting a response. If you sell bathroom suites and you see a dozen bathroom shops in the back of a publication don’t assume that there’s no point you placing your ad there too. Maybe the magazine is familiar with consumers as a source of such products. They like the wide choice of companies from which to make a comparison. Placing your ad alongside similar firms means you can share in the market.

Local Hero. Some businesses have geographically defined catchment areas – for example leisure centres, car showrooms and other site-specific businesses where the punters have to come to you. Local advertising is clearly most appropriate – press, leaflet drops, posters etc. But in certain niche markets or where you have a unique selling point, people may travel from far and wide. Discount warehouses attract bargain hunters and restaurants with unique reputations can bring in gourmets for “destination dining”. If you can develop such a USP then advertising your local business nationally can bring big rewards.

Be Eccentric. A man selling imported rugs from a shed in his garden has made a good living for years. He advertises via a couple of lines and a phone number in the back of a magazine. He has no website, fax or fancy brochures and lives out in the country. People turn up, look at his rugs and buy them. It works through reverse psychology and appeals to people who hate consumer hype. Many of them travel miles and look on it as a day out. There are lots of other examples of this kind of grass-roots enterprise. Maybe elements of it would work for your products.

Monitor the Response. Always ask callers where they heard about you, and keep records so you can see which of your advertisements are working best. In separate advertisements you can add codes to your address or ask respondents to quote an offer number – this way you can monitor automatically.

How Much To Spend? Initially you might be tempted to fork out an arm and a leg on advertising – and sales reps will be only too pleased to help you! Advertising is one of the easiest ways to throw money down the drain. It can also bring money flooding back to you. It’s all about being selective: study the market, experiment a little, monitor the response and if an advertisement isn’t working, spend the money elsewhere.

Can I Write the Advertisements Myself? It’s for you to decide. There’s no mystique about copywriting, and if you’re imaginative and have a flair for words then go for it. Press and directory firms will usually help you with the wording as part of the service, though their skill at this will vary. The golden rules are probably clarity and simplicity. If you do want your advertisements, brochures, web text etc written for you then you can find ghost writers in the Writers & Artists Yearbook.

Ron Holland has been at the bleeding edge of personal development and self-help for over thirty years. He is the author of many business books, manuals and audio programs including Talk & Grow Rich and Turbo Success and The Eureka! Enigma. His first book, Debt Free with Financial Kung Fu was published in 1977 and his audio programs, including Escape From Where I Am are in every prison library in the UK, and have been highly acclaimed.

http://ronhollanddirect.com/

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How to go about Studying the Paranormal?

I’m very interested in the paranormal and would like to study and learn more about it.
Ghosts & hauntings, Psychic abilities as well as myths and legends etc.
(As in learn about the theories behind it etc, not as in investigating it or “ghost hunting”)
But i don’t know where to start or where to look.

Is there any jobs in this kind of field?

What is Parapsychology exactly?

(I am currently a college student in the UK)
Even I do not mean this as a college course,
I just mean that in my spare time I would like to get to know more about the subject.

Also I’m not actively trying to look for a job related to this, I was just wondering if such jobs exist.

Thanks 🙂
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT I SAID ABOVE ^
about wanting to do this in my spare time and that I am already in college doing another course.
Also that I said i am NOT actually looking to find a job in this field, it was mealy a question.

There are a few ways to go about getting involved in the paranormal and most all of them are independent from academic studies.. I never set out to get involved myself, I was somewhat , absorbed into the particular group I am a member of. I as well never set out to have any such experiences with the paranormal, they just happened to me and it definitely caught my interest and I just couldn’t leave it alone. I have since read several books on the paranormal and other related subjects and have come to find that this world is quite a mysterious place. I do follow science and feel that there is allot to be said for approaching aspects of the paranormal from a scientific stand point but there is a point of which science can only take you so far and you have to continue in an abstract manor. I would recommend reading up on this subject and learning all you can about it this will start you on your path . You will also find that when you look into some aspects of the paranormal it will lead you to another. Not many Universities teach on aspects of the paranormal but as was mentioned “Parapsychology” is. There really is not much to be gained monetarily by researching the paranormal unless you have a popular book , website or are on a hit TV program . It is more or less treated as a hobby and there can be allot of out of pocket expenses as well. Most investigative groups offer their services for free and spend much of their own money on equipment and gas to get there. Having a day job is a very good Idea. Good luck.

here is a link to a free online course to get you started

http://hollowhill.com/courses/

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