You’ve probably been advised to choose your words carefully when approaching certain people about sensitive subjects – or when crafting a marketing message to convincingly sell your products or services.
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Your brochure is sometimes the lasting impression that a customer has about your company. It can create a positive image or poor image, dependent upon how well it's put together.
Printing the next brochures may be on the agenda, but before they are printed there is the design that must be taken into consideration. The content is written, and you have a rough layout, but there are three principals of color that must be taken into consideration.
Corporate approved promo items can be a cause of wasted time, conflict and ultimately
frustration for corporate marketing and staff in the field. The field team doesn’t want to have to check in with corporate to get permission to create materials. Corporate is charged with maintaining the integrity of the brand, and may not have the time to deal with multiple requests coming in from the field. It’s an ongoing dilemma.
Among the simplest, lowest cost,and most powerful brand promotion tools available is right in your hand: your business card. Simple, inexpensive, easy to carry, and expected in any encounter, the ubiquitous business card is your brand image in your pocket. It's probably the most common form of brand advertising, and your most common marketing opportunity. It's the staple in the stable of your business printing.
The Boston Globe just documented why the Boston Red Sox are not only talented on the field, but happen to be some of the savviest marketers in the sports and entertainment business.
If you happen to live in New England, you know that Red Sox tickets are nearly impossible to buy at face value. Unless you get lucky with occasional Website lotteries, you absolutely have to know somebody or know somebody who knows somebody to even have the opportunity to purchase overpriced box seats.