- What are promotional products?
- Do you have a catalog?
- Do you provide samples?
- Will you store my items?
- Will you delivery my items?
- What are your shipping costs?
- How is promotional products marketing used?
- What kinds of promotional products are available?
- What products are the most popular?
What are promotional products?
Promotional products are items used to promote a product, service or company program including advertising specialties, premiums, incentives, business gifts, awards, prizes, commemoratives and other imprinted or decorated items.
Do you have a catalog?
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Do you provide samples?
Will you store my items?
Will you delivery my items?
What are your shipping costs?
How is promotional products marketing used?
Since promotional products can be used alone or integrated with other media, there are virtually limitless ways to use them. Popular programs cited most often by industry consultants are business gifts, employee relations, orientation programs, corporate communications and at tradeshows to generate booth traffic.
They’re also effective for dealer/distribution programs, co-op programs, company stores, generating new customers or new accounts, nonprofit fundraising, public awareness campaigns and for promotion of brand awareness and brand loyalty. Other uses include employee incentive programs, new product or service introductions and marketing research for survey and focus group participants.
What kinds of promotional products are available?
There are literally tens of thousands of different types and styles of promotional products. In many cases, it’s even possible to obtain custom items that aren’t found in any catalog. Examples of common items include: apparel, pens, calendars, coffee mugs, calculators, key chains, desk accessories and memory sticks.
What products are the most popular?
Advertisers spent more than $17.7 billion in 2011 on products purchased through professional promotional product consultants. For a complete breakdown of the top product categories and the market percentage they claim, see this fact sheet.