Leafleting is a great way to promote and grow your business in Hamilton, ML3 and using a Professional Leaflet Distribution company that you can trust and will guarantee to deliver all of your leaflets will give you the best chance of getting a good response.
At 2112 Leaflet Distribution, we believe that your business deserves the best possible service so avoid cheap imitations and work with the best leaflet distribution company in South Lanarkshire.
Being the fifth largest town in Scotland, with a population of approximately 50,000 can make finding the best place to deliver your flyers challenging. Help with identifying the best areas for your distribution is, therefore, an important aspect in planning your leaflet and distribution campaigns in the ML-3 area. To help with this, we have used our bespoke software to run a demographic analysis of the ML3 postal district.
Feel free to use the information provided here to assist you when planning your leaflet distribution campaigns in the ML3 area. If you would like help identify where the best areas to distribute your leaflets are then contact us – we are always happy to help.
The way in which you plan your leaflet and flyer distribution campaigns will very much depend on the product and/or service that you are promoting, what your ideal customer ‘looks like’ and where they are likely to live.
The fact that Hamilton has a fairly diverse demographic spread means that it is a good potential market for many different types of products and services. It is, therefore a good area in which to distribute you flyers and leaflets provided you target the distribution of your leaflets properly. Using a reputable, professional distribution company, like 2112 Leaflet Distribution, is also critical to the success of your leaflet distribution campaigns.
Demographic Analysis of ML3 for Leaflet Distribution
To help you to plan your leaflet distribution in Hamilton, we have used our software to run a demographic analysis of the ML3 postal district. This analysis shows that almost 80% of the population fall into the six demographic categories H, F, G, B, C and A. These results show that makeup of Hamilton is fairly diverse, encompassing all elements of the socio-demographic spectrum.
Over 63% of the population are between the ages of 16 and 65, of which 23% are between 30 and 44 and 20% are between 45 and 59 and almost 18% are over pensionable age. 46% of the population are male with 54% being female.
Over 70% of homes are owned, many of which are ex-council properties. From a leaflet distribution perspective, this can change the target market for certain types of businesses who tend to target ‘private housing’ which comprise 40% of the housing in the area, effectively ignoring more than 30% of households that may be interested in their products or services.
Hamilton is situated in South Lanarkshire in the central Lowlands of Scotland, close to the banks of the River Clyde. Originally known as Cadzow, which means “beautiful castle”, the name was later changed as a way of honoring Lord James Hamilton and the Hamilton family who had contributed much to the town, including constructing many of the historical buildings that you can still see today, including the Mausoleum, which has the longest echo of any building in Europe, lasting for fifteen seconds.
Strathclyde Country Park is a popular venue for local residents and visitors who are interested in water sports and outdoor activities. It is also a venue for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The Edwardian Town Hall encompasses a concert hall as well as the town’s library. In addition to historic landmarks, Hamilton has many sporting and leisure facilities, including an ice rink, museums, theater, a racecourse as well as many restaurants, coffee shops and shopping outlets.
It also serves as the main administrative centre of the South Lanarkshire Council which is the largest employer in the area.