What can promotional items do for you? Build Brand & Expose At one time or another, we have all had promotional items thrust upon us as we go about our day. Is this the best way to help build your brand and gain exposure? Yes, it is! If you give someone a pen with your company name and number on it, what happens when they get home? Do they instantly throw it away? If you think back to any shows you have ever attended – did you ever throw all of the promotional items away? The answer is No. Take a look at what promotional products can be the most beneficial to you. 1. Branded Packets of Mints Who in their right mind is going to throw a packet of mints away? These are perfect small items that can be handed out to all visitors. Some positive feedback for branding mint packets is that they are inexpensive, small and thin meaning they can perfectly fit into a pocket or purse, and they typically have a big imprint area to show off your logo. 2. Pens Probably the most popular promotional item today, and will remain at the top of the list. Pens can last for many months and years and end up in the car, at home and in the office. Pens are a great investment because they range from very cheap to quite expensive; there’s a pen for everyone! They’re the perfect freebie! 3. Note Pads Hugely underestimated as a promotional item, a notepad is a great way to get your name under someone’s nose for quite some time. Branding a notebook is great for many reasons, one of which, notepads are inexpensive and allow for a large amount of space to get your message across. 4. Key Rings Just about everybody likes key rings as long as you spend a little more and get something in metal that looks nice, then you will really benefit here. Some great feedback with using key rings to market your brand is as follows: wherever the car goes, your brand goes. There are many sizes and designs to choose from and you have quite a bit of room for company name, number and other contact details. A real key ring plus is that you will have something that will be around for many years to come.
Published on Sep 15, 2011