Promotional gift products should be useful. Your employees, customers, and prospects will appreciate your giveaway items so much more if they can use them on a daily basis. This is why honeycomb mesh products are an excellent giveaway idea. Bags made from honeycomb mesh are durable, lightweight, and functional. Here are some of […]
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Exhibiting at trade shows can feel like a big investment, but when you hand out effective promotional product giveaways, potential customers will have your business at the forefront of their minds long after the show. To make the most of your trade show exhibits in 2019, use these highly successful promotional products: 1. Stadium Secure […]
Promotional gift boxes are a great way to show your appreciation to important clients or employees. Besides showing some extra consideration to the recipients, gift boxes show off your brand’s personality and creativity. If you’re not sure where to start, we have a few simple tips to inspire you! 1. Think of Your Brand’s Personality […]
How to Generate Leads with Promotional Products in 6 Smart Ways To generate leads for your business, it often takes more effort than giving away a promotional pen with your logo on it. This alone can help build brand awareness, but creatively making use of promotional products is key to truly capturing a potential client’s […]
Juan Delacruz from Century 21 My Real Estate shares how promotional products helped him stand out at an event at the local bank.
Promotional products find the most success and offer the best branding opportunities to small businesses when they’re exceptionally useful.
Many marketers and advertisers spend the bulk of their careers trying to solve a single problem – how to expose their promotional material to the greatest number of people possible.
Summer is a time for relaxation and finds people spending as much time as possible outside of the classroom or office.
Many of the most common small business marketing tactics that are discussed on the internet and by professional consultants can be described as slow-burn ideas.
With only 140 characters for every tweet, Twitter seems to be an unlikely platform for an effective social media marketing campaign.