28 Dec

Looking to Become a Marketing Super Hero! Look No further!

The best way to market your business or clients business is to find a promotional product that will tick all the boxes of what it takes to make for a great promotional product. The hilites of this process are easy.

 

Step 1

Find a product or idea that makes your brand stand out from the competition. Simply put if you put your logo on the same pen or baseball hat as the competition you will look like an also ran. No one wants to look like an also ran!

 

Step 2

Get a promotional product that is useful. If the product hasa purpose then the product will not be thrown away but used. This will give you more and more logo impressions.

 

Step 3

Make it affordable. No need in spending a$100 per unit if all you can afford is 20 units. Even thought the promo might be awesome, only a handfull will get the gift and there will be those who didn’t get one and resent not getting it.

 

If you agree with the above, then the best solution is a custom shaped USB flash drive. Promo Crunch and Promo Motive are the leaders in the promotional products world for custom shaped flash drives, powewr banks and data cables.

If you think your client would like to see their logo or product designed into a custom shape simply do the following:

Step 1

Send us the logo and the picture of the product to john@promocrunch.com 

Step 2

Give us 48 hours to produce a FREE Virtual Proof that you can show your client.

 

That’s easy!

Promotional merchandise, sometimes nicknamed swag or schwag, are products, often branded with a logo or slogan, used in marketing and communication programs. They are given away to promote a company, corporate image, brand, or event at trade shows, conferences, and as part of guerrilla marketing campaigns.

 

Promotional merchandise, sometimes nicknamed swag or schwag, are products, often branded with a logo or slogan, used in marketing and communication programs. They are given away to promote a company, corporate image, brand, or event at trade shows, conferences, and as part of guerrilla marketing campaigns.