Tell me if this sounds like you. Every day, you are constantly at your desk. The only time you ever leave your cubicle is to use the bathroom or eat lunch, and even then, sometimes you work while you eat! After all, if you don’t finish the work, who will? It doesn’t take too long to feel overwhelmed with endless projects. However, sitting long at your desk for too has proven to be detrimental to your health.
Professor Alan Hedge, a professor of ergonomics at Cornell University, recommends the 20-20 rule. Every 20 minutes, stand up and take a 20-second stretch. He says, “Just 20 seconds away from your computer screen reduces fatigue and increases blood circulation.”
People’s cars are often filled with clutter, so try helping your customers fill their cars with these useful items that they will be extremely glad to have.
1. A Document Case
Having your documents organized and neat is important. If you are ever involved in a traffic stop, it is necessary to be able to quickly locate all of the necessary documents. This custom auto document case comes in a variety of colors to help easily identify it in your glove compartment.
2. A Tire Pressure Gauge
Ever see that low tire pressure light pop on when the weather changes? Having a tire pressure gauge is really important. Accurate tire pressure helps with gas mileage and vehicle efficiency. This Mini Tire Pressure Gauge Keychain offers the convenience of being on your keys so you will never be in the car without it!
As your promotional item order time is approaching, so is summer! Consider giving your clients something really useful. Beach items tend to not get thrown away because of their seasonality and functionality. People are usually going to the beach on vacation and everything they don’t have to buy means more funds for the fun!
The Beach Buddy Mat functions as a tote bag while unzipping to become an even more functional beach mat! It is equipped with an inflatable pillow, a front pocket and is available in a variety of colors.
There’s always at least one person in every office that is known for pulling pranks. With April Fool’s Day coming up, you may be interested in what that person may have up their sleeve or what you can do to get them back this year.
All types of marketing have a common goal: remember the message. With one message, and several different types of learning comprehension, is your marketing really resonating with all of the different types of learning? Research on the different learning styles is abundant. However, all of the countless categories and sub-categories tend to fall into three main groups:
The breakdown of advertisements within these groups is overwhelmingly weighted towards visual and audio. Every magazine, billboard, television commercial, radio ad, and Internet ad only have the opportunity to offer audio and visual advertisements. Audio and visual learners comprise 95% of the population, which accounts for the weighted marketing efforts.
Promotional marketing supplies that provide real utility are in demand these days!
Utility can be boiled down to a simple analogy. Which of these two marketing items would provide better exposure for your brand and a prolonged marketing push for your business – chocolates in a custom printed foil wrapper, or a small LED flashlight sporting your company logo? While there is no denying the positive impact a box of chocolates can make on the morale level in the office, an LED flashlight can continue to deliver real utility for years. And, the positive associations with your logo will extend far beyond the moment the gift is received. An LED flashlight in the glove box of your car will help your clients navigate a dark parking lot safely, can help them gain easier access to their front door, and can even assist them in a roadside emergency situation.
From the mighty pen to the decisive keystroke – doing your taxes has changed somewhat over the years
For most of us, preparing our income taxes generates a mixed bag of emotions. For starters, recent surveys have shown that over two-thirds of American adults feel that they do not adequately understand the tax code and don’t feel comfortable filing their own taxes. This demonstrates that there is a definite need today for professional tax preparation and accounting services. Whether you owe money or are anticipating a refund, filing income taxes and completing the necessary tax preparation forms is a must-do. But how has the actual process of tax preparation changed over the years? Read on to find out!
Promotional gifts help you to differentiate your tax preparation or accounting firm during this critical time of year
As a tax professional, you’ve certainly got your hands full this time of year. W-2s have been sent out by employers, 1099s have made their way into the hands of your clients, and your business relationships are conducting year-end reviews to analyze their overall financial performance for the calendar year. With the April 15th tax deadline looming, your workload is surely getting pretty intense at the office these days. So the last thing you’ll want to bother yourself with right now is trying to attract new business and retaining existing client relationships. Let National Pen support your marketing efforts and retention plan this tax season with our assortment of high-quality, tax promotional items.
The classic koozie keeps drinks at the perfect temperature – and your hands comfortable
There are few promotional giveaway items that are as universally welcomed as the drink koozie. Now, you have the ability to order custom koozies from National Pen that will help your business increase market penetration and deliver better brand awareness – all at prices that are unbelievably low. And parties or sporting events are perfect venues for these durable and useful items.
Imagine the conversations that will begin as you hand your guests a chilled beverage inside a customized koozie.
As you work to build your sphere of influence and gain traction in your field, you’ll want to have as many opportunities as possible to get your brand name out in the open. Sporting events and parties are a terrific forum for this type of marketing as you’re introducing your brand during relaxing, social events. Your prospects, clients – and even friends, will subconsciously associate your brand with good times and this can contribute to a more favorable opinion of your business.
Many companies find that their marketing message gets “lost in translation” during international ad campaigns
It can happen to anyone. You’re having a conversation with someone from another part of the country – or maybe even from another nation entirely, and you say something that really makes him or her gasp. What an odd reaction, you say; until you realize that what you were trying to say didn’t translate with the intended meaning. Major corporations around the world have also encountered these types of communication failures – the kind that cause marketing managers to shake their heads in disbelief and customers to question the motives of those in charge of the ads.