Archive | November, 2012

Financial planners should market themselves ahead of “fiscal cliff”

The so-called fiscal cliff, a date in 2013 when tax increases and budget cuts will go into effect, is approaching.

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Dentists should advertise around the holidays

According to the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), holiday food can lead to poor dental health.

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Helping parents keep school costs down

According to The New York Times, school lunch prices rose in 2011 due to nutritional guidelines set forth by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.

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Hotels must market to holiday guests

The demand for hotel rooms is stronger than ever.

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Survey: Americans not reducing donations this year

The American Red Cross recently conducted a survey and found that the majority of donors do not plan to reduce their “charitable givings” this year.

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Unique promotional products for travel agencies

According to The Washington Post, consumers are hiring travel agencies again after online services have proven difficult to use.

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Pedometers can help keep gym-goers active

With winter coming, gyms may face a problem as clients would rather stay warm at home than work out.

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Phone cases can make great business gifts

During the holidays, business owners and managers look for personalized business gifts that are appropriate to give to clients.

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Advertising for pet services

The American Pet Products Association (APPA) estimates that over $4 billion will be spent on pet services like grooming and boarding in 2012.

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How promotional items can help payday lenders

As the economy struggles to recover, an increasing number of consumers have begun to take payday loans.

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