When attending events, people coming to your booth enjoy picking up promotional products that remind them of your business and are useful in their homes.
Print marketing is a valuable tool to increase your sales.
It stands out, generating a greater return on investment. 80% of consumers act on direct mail advertisements, and 92% of 18- to 23-year-olds say it’s easier to read print over digital material.
Above and beyond customer service leaves customers satisfied and impressed.
Customer service is essential for many clients in determining their overall satisfaction with your company. Most customers have little patience for poor customer service.
In a world of online and virtual marketing, direct mail promotions are still going strong.
According to a study by the Direct Marketing Association, direct mail has an average return rate of 4.4%, which is 10 to 30 times higher than digital marketing efforts.
The digital marketing age has become an essential component of any company’s marketing strategy.
Although we find many of our clients and customers online, we must not forget the importance of having a non-digital marketing strategy and getting out face-to-face with our potential clients and customers.
Offline marketing consists of advertising conducted through traditional offline media, including billboards, print, and in-person events. Although conventional advertising methods like these are all around, there are many things you probably didn’t know. Check out these seven facts about offline marketing.