>Glad the disclaimer went, it wasn't necessary...as for the 'shows' I didn't
>mean you had to attend...that's far too time consuming and costly. All you
>need do is contact the 'conference coordinator' and request they place a
>flyer in the 'registration materials' handed out to each attendee upon arrival.
>This is a great way to reach a specific target audience, and many trade shows
>will allow this at no charge as they feel it is a service to their customers
>so to speak. The larger ones may charge for the priviledge and you'd have
>to decide if it was worth the cost, but the beauty in this lies in the fact
>you don't have to 'be there' or 'exhibit' to benefit...you simply manage to
>get your URL into the hands of those whose interests lie in custom fiber-glass
>transport! You certainly could design a flash flyer/brochure I know...
You could always offer the trade shows a contra deal to promote their show if they help you promote your site. Perhaps offer placing a banner on your page in exchange for including your brochure in the visitir material. To start you may have to offer a lont period of promotion until you traffic increases.
Also, either drop in to the show or get a friend to drop in to make sure your brochure is included. Not saying that they will reneg on the deal, but having been invloved in a lot of trade shows it is easy to overlook something in the final rush.
All the best Maurice.
Woz (currently in China where the internet is S L O W !!)