Every small business has someone to thank, whether that someone is an employee, client, investor, or business partner. Whomever you would like to thank for helping your small business grow, do it with a promotional product! Show them their direct impact on the success of your business with an appreciation gift that proudly displays your branding. … Read more
As the seasons change, so too should your promotional products! Keep your brand at the forefront of your leads’ minds all year long with items they can also use through the cold months. Below we have listed five of the best fall promotional products that will keep your leads warm and happy until Spring with … Read more
Promotional products are a reliable way to build awareness and trust for your brand, but if you are only just beginning to incorporate them into your marketing plan, you might not know how to get the most out of your promotional products yet. To help guarantee your success, we have listed the 5 most common … Read more
Environmental consciousness has been a serious topic of discussion this summer, especially with the advent of #StopSucking, the movement to do away with non-recyclable plastic drinking straws. Seattle became the first U.S. city to enact a ban on plastic straws and utensils, and now Starbucks is promising to stop handing out plastic straws by 2020 … Read more
Father’s Day is around the corner, and the average person is gearing up to spend a whopping $133 on a gift for Dad, according to the National Retail Federation. This year, spending is expected to top $15.3 billion dollars in preparation for just one day! The most popular gifts are a “special outing” and gift cards. … Read more
Traditional advertising can present significant challenges to smaller organizations that want to increase their brand awareness.
Generating content is perhaps the most important action a small business marketer attempting to raise brand awareness on the internet can perform.
It can often be disheartening for small businesses to consider that they’re all alone, left to compete with other local companies and large corporations.
Customer outreach is one of the single most important tasks for any small business marketer.