Small businesses that can’t afford a spot may want to celebrate the day by giving out promotional giveaways to commemorate the day, but they should also glean a lesson from those big businesses who will be broadcasting to the rest of the nation on game night.
Archive | January, 2014
In addition to streamlining communications, small businesses should learn how to use planned events, meetings and even promotional products as ways to bring remote workers into the fold.
Five minutes might be all that’s needed to get a customer interested, but it’s the sixth minute when a sale could be made or lost.
Companies that want to gain a positive reputation in their hometown should be finding ways to become a daily part of their neighbors’ lives, including weddings.
Have Fun at Work Day is on the horizon, providing a great excuse to try and inject a little cheer into the daily grind.
Just looking at some of the decisions and steps required for a wedding ceremony suggests that promotional products can be a thoughtful and useful gift from businesses to newly engaged couples.
Retargeting is one of the newest tools available to businesses. They should familiarize themselves with this concept for no other reason than to improve their business strategies, including the use of promotional goods.
While the digital world can be a great place to interact and stay relevant in consumers’ minds, a recent Forbes article suggested that the supposed value of engagement is being outflanked by customers’ desire for simplicity.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, which aims to raise awareness of children’s oral health and promote good dental habits at an early age.
With National Youth Leadership Month in February, promotional items may be the key to encouraging volunteer work among the youth.