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  • Discount Koozies Make Great Promotional Item for Businesses

    When you're marketing a business you want to stand out and differentiate yourself from the competition. So why would you use the same marketing tactics and promotional items, such as business cards, stickers, and pens like everyone else? Those items are all just going to get thrown in the trash. Instead, offer prospective customers something useful, and you may just drum up more business. One promotional item that continues to grow in popularity are koozies, also commonly referred to as "can coolers", "drink huggies," and "can coolers." You've seen them before, particularly at sporting events and on the beach. They're designed to keep your canned beverage cold, without freezing your hand off. Koozies are commonplace at social events like tailgates, parties, beach gatherings, or even among a small group of friends barbecuing on Sunday afternoons. They also are used as party favors for bachelor parties and even weddings! The gre   
  • Personalized Water Bottle Marketing - 4 Tips for Greater Success

    A personalized water bottle can make a great marketing tool as it's an inexpensive yet effective way to disseminate information about your company. According to a recent study, on average, drinking wares have a per-impression cost of $0.004 and get you a bit over 1,300 impressions over their useful life. You can have lower per-impression costs with other promotional products and you can have more impressions too. Think personalized bags and shirts. However, not every occasion calls for a bag or a shirt. As a matter of fact, some call for a water bottle. Since not everybody who's determined that giving away a personalized water bottle or two gets the full effect, here are four tips to help you market with water bottles more successfully. 1. A Personalized Water Bottle That Stands Out Works Harder For You In the world of personalized products marketing, "He who screams louder gets the attention" becomes "He who stands o   
  • Australian Promotional Products That Have Left Their Mark

    Australian promotions are often underrated in Australia for their quality and content. Australia actually produces a lot of major brands known around the world, and the promotional process is the main reason they're so well known. As a matter of fact, the "Australianization" of promotions has created a lot of major brand identities. Promotional products have been many and varied. From shrimps on barbies to Ugg boots, Fosters, Vegemite and Lexus cars, there is s a history of Australian products which have become household identities through promotion. All things Australian- Promotional products that keep on selling Australian promotions are very much lifestyle-based. The big names in Australian products are all linked to living-well in the true Australian sense. The famous brand name Eskies, for example, is a major promotional product. Any such product, to do with sport, all accessories, and any promotional image related to the iconic Australian sports, sells ou   
  • Fresh Promotional Product Tactics To Push Company Memorability

    As successful brand-building, company-strengthening and sure-fire marketing components, promotional products have proven to be vital ingredients to the melting pots of both trade shows and marketing campaigns. Yet, many times, and usually more often than not, promotional products find themselves being added and utilized haphazardly, making promotional recipes taste a bit off, a bit short or too full or something. Instead of being out and boldly visible - and preferably being used, repetitively so - promotional items are usually hidden and tucked away in back drawers, left to collect dust and not necessarily accomplish what they were set out or intended to do, which is, to no surprise, promote. Thus, usual promotional-scenarios-gone-wrong involve opening a top desk drawer chock full of multiple brand names inscribed on a clustered bunch of assorted sticky-pads, pens and desk-top calendars of old - all promotional failures. Promotional Loses: May They "R.I.P." What'   
  • Should You Buy Cheap Chinese Promotional Items?

    The Peoples' Republic of China has now become an Oriental backyard and a mass factory base for many cheap products. In the last decade China seems to have proliferated the world's trade and commerce zones in virtually every industry. They are exporting heavy ATV vehicles to promotional items to almost all countries of the world. But recently the Chinese make cheap toxic dolls, glows and promotional items for birthday parties came for world flak in media. Considering that every company and individual wants a good reputation, should one touch any of the cheap Chinese promotional items? They may be good but they are cheap and lethal? Is it advisable for any company to gift away items with the oriental tag? Many questions like low price, quality, and durability are confusing marketing teams looking for innovative ideas. Well, all promotional items coming from China are not bad. They may be cheap and low-priced but they still sell in departmental st