In today’s Round-Up, we’re looking at another retailer joining the promotional products business. We will also discuss advertising methods and bizarre products.
Texas-based integrated marketing service provider, Harland Clarke, fulfills personalized orders for both Walmart and Costco. This gives end consumers the ability to order items on their own items without going through the traditional promotional products business channels.
If this trend continues and end-users can cut out the middle man, how do you think it will affect our industry?
This article is all about finding a balance between an aggressive advertising medium and a cost-effective marketing budget. Think back to business school: The Four Ps of Marketing are Price, Product, Place, and Promotion.
- Content Marketing
- Instructional Videos
- Reddit and Quora
- Banners and Signs
- Promotional Products
- Social Networks
- Customer Referral Program
This article explores a trend you might not consider in relation to headwear: imagination. The ability to dream up off-the-wall products that break tradition and bend rules. Products you wouldn’t offer to just any group of trade show attendees. These are the items reserved for start-ups that take risks, or college job fairs full of students who dare to dream.
Check out the first item on this list, you won’t regret it. Here’s a hint: it’s a hat.