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Where Social Media is headed in 2018

Social media is a very new aspect of our businesses that has taken over significant parts of not only our marketing plans but also our personal lives.

Major platforms battle for prominence and significance by adjusting their business models to provide better returns for their shareholders while intending to improve the user experience.

As these systems develop, how you use these platforms for your business must change as well.

Social Media ROI

While certain trends are consistent, subtle variables at play can become game changers. Recently Facebook has announced adjustments to its news feed and if that matters to your social media marketing then you will need to account for that change.

For that platform brands and businesses will now have an even harder time connecting to users with no previous demonstrated connection to the company trying to reach them.
When Facebook originally started it was a free-for-all and at that point everyone marketing online pounced. But year after year it became harder and harder to reach any users organically through their feed.

Now even the paid reach will be more restricted making it even harder to drive traffic from posts to your business’s page or website.

If you measure the ROI of your social media efforts with an emphasis just on the Facebook platform then you may be alarmed when you see the stats start to change.

So how do you measure the return on your investment in social media?

According to Buffer, most measure by analyzing engagement with lead generation being second place and a sale being third.

As we all know measuring a conversion can be very simple or very complex but for most small businesses, it’s the former and amounts to ‘did they buy from us?’ or ‘did they contact us?

Moving forward the value of a lead may take precedence over engagement as platforms make it easier to qualify where the lead came from and how the user started in one place (social media) and wound up in another (your website).

Video Marketing

Another aspect that continues to attempt to move into a more prevalent spot is video marketing.

In 2016 and 2017 many predictions were made about video becoming more and more relevant to businesses. Many companies have started, and some closed, whose sole offerings were pre-made videos that could be updated for a business or brand to use.

The market hasn’t shown that businesses are warming to that and many small businesses simply shy away from the cost, effort, and risks associated with trying to produce professional quality video with a small budget.

It’s not impossible to do but it can go badly very easily. As a result, video marketing is still struggling to lure companies in. Though in Buffer’s same analysis, the users they polled stated they are interested in doing more video this year.

What Should Your Business Do?

If you’re planning on adapting to trends, then two things genuinely stand out. While there is no shortage of opinions, most self-appointed experts or gurus are guilty of self promoting while hoping their particular specialty will become more relevant.

Ask a video marketer and they’ll tell you it’s all video and YouTube. Ask a Facebook ads specialist and they’ll tell you it’s all about Facebook ads now.

The truth is the only two big stand outs that have shown they’re providing better results are Instagram (and Instagram stories specifically) and LinkedIn ads. Instagram’s user base has grown dramatically and LinkedIn will soon be offering video ads leading to increased relevance for both.

You may have a budget already set for your social media spending, but remember those are never fixed. Adjust and try attributing more to different platforms to gauge how effective it is for your business.

While it may seem laborious it’s really not that hard to take an afternoon to read up on any recent changes and adjust your spending accordingly.

If you find yourself too busy to bother or hung up by the complexity, it’s good to reach out to social media experts.

They can work with your SEO consultant, or if you don’t have one, they may have a recommendation in making your social media work for you to avoid just pumping out content for the sake of having it and hoping it will do something for you.

Make 2018 the year you really pay attention to your social media because more and more of your competitors are.

Getting ahead of them requires adapting to change rather than resisting. Once you do you’ll see much better results from your online marketing.

If you are brand new to using social media for your business and are ready to start but not sure where or how then please sign up for our Social Media Membership Program. It’s a cost effective and easy way to work with industry professionals while you study the ins and outs of social media, video, and online marketing.

10 Tips for Improving Your Internet Marketing

You created the product and wrote a good selling article. But still no sales.

And all because these technical actions are not enough to convert visitors into customers. You need to fix the mistakes and teach the readers to trust you …

Usually, products are not trusted because there is no trust in the creator. Even if your offer is really good, you probably will not get a customer, because you are not trusted.

To set up your digital marketing, follow these 10 tips:

1. Content Marketing

Be engaged in a blog as if your life depends on it.

Create output graphs for articles and try to follow them. To begin with, teach your visitors to read what you want to convey to them. Even if the information is interesting, few will visit the blog, if you publish only once a week.

2. Be open and available

The audience should know you. Publish your name and the names of your team members along with their photos. In addition to its history and interesting facts, do not forget about contacts. Specify an email, phone number, information about you from the media.

People want to know that they are dealing with real people.

3. Proof of masses

Nobody wants to be the only one who buys your product. When people do not know what to do, they do what others do.

Develop a culture of blog comments. Ask buyers to write their opinion about the product.

Speak of numbers. Mention the number of customers, the number of readers of the blog, the number of subscribers or other information with impressive numbers.

4. Design

Visitors judge the book by the cover. If your design has survived three generations of humanity, then it certainly will not sell anything.

It’s not about the color scheme or likes/dislikes – it’s a matter of taste, but here the right technically created design should be acquired.

If you have money, it is better to hire a professional.

5. Demonstration of results

Show how your product helps to solve the problem. The photo, video materials of the results of your work should be constantly updated. Otherwise, there is no point in all this.

Show that you are not an online hero, but actually, make results.

6. Study your audience.
Conduct surveys on social networks, find out what’s interesting for your audience and what it needs. Learn the basic objections of customers and what prevents them from making a decision about cooperation with your company.

7. Inform employees in time.

The effectiveness of Internet marketing depends on many indicators. But all work in the company should be aimed at the overall result. If any changes are introduced to the company, all employees – sales managers, marketing specialists, content marketing department employees should know about it.

8. Pay attention to on-page and off-page SEO

Help potential customers find you in the search. Learn how your potential customer is searching your product, what keywords he is using, what blogs he is reading and where he is located. Make SEO comfortable for your client.

9. Use quality photo content.

Photos in the blog and in social networks should be relevant to the topic. And also make sure that photos depict your potential buyers. Do not post glossy photos of happy people or half-naked girls.

10. Communicate with consumers.

Ask them. Find out how they use your product. Find out what they know and understand, and what is not. Often, these or other things seem to us simple and understandable, and hundreds of clients do not know about them, they do not guess, they do not understand, they do not use it. And do not make additional purchases!

6 Website Must-Have’s for Small Businesses

Are you a small business owner or entrepreneur and aren’t happy with your website’s performance?

This eTip is all about making the most of your website for your business. If you want to see more of a return from your website, then I’ve got 6 must-haves that are just for you!

So what are these 6 things you must have in order to have a high performing website? Keep watching!

6 Essentials For a High Performing Business Website

1. Consistent & Professional Branding

When people see your website, does it look consistent with your social media? Your website and social media should have consistent branding across all platforms.

Consistency is the key here but it needs to look professional. An amateur looking website will not attract the right kinds of clients.

First impressions are extremely important so it doesn’t matter how great you are if the way it’s presented looks cheap or unprofessional.

Make sure you don’t design something that’s just for you. You might be a huge fan of a colour or design but if it’s not something that would appeal to your clients, then it shouldn’t be on your website.

We use purple a lot ourselves but we know it’s good for our business so keep in mind you may be putting people off if you’re the only one who is a fan of a colour or design element.

2. White Hat SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Don’t underestimate the power of good SEO.

With SEO you are making sure your website is not only something search engines will index and (hopefully) display to users but that it’s done right.

You are competing with other websites for the same key phrases users enter and your goal is to be at the top of those results when searched by your target market.

Many people lack understanding of SEO even though it’s extremely important. You’re competing with many other websites. If you don’t have good white hat SEO, then no matter how good your website is, users won’t be able to find it.

Look at essentials in onsite SEO like having your keyphase targets in things like the title tags, meta data and the url.

A great example is if you’re selling a book. Many people will list the url pertaining to their book as www.example.com/book
What you should do is have a url like this: www.example.com/title-of-book

The title will likely be intuitively connected to your content with good keyphrases in it and Google will be able to read that.

You can even add the keywords you want to rank for to elements like image naming and alt tags too.

Make sure you have your desired key phases set and then include them in the onsite copy. All of this is the set up for SEO so Google knows what you want to rank for.

This part of the industry is daunting so don’t be afraid to reach out for help from someone who does professional search engine optimization. But watch out for overseas scams, do your due diligence first, and only proceed once you’re comfortable.

Look for someone who will understand your business and work with the branding, website development, and SEO together since these all work best when they are working together.

3. Responsive Website

A responsive website means your site will display well on phones and all smaller screens.

Years ago websites only had to display well on desktop computers. Now that smart phones are common, it’s important to have a website that can display well on one.

With responsive design your website will change its display while maintaining the same information, making it easily usable on a cell phone.

Designers sometimes opted to have two separate websites that would be detected by the device and would display the appropriate one. With this though, there were two websites to maintain and update.

With responsive design the template changes so you remove the redundancy of having to do everything twice. Google places a lot of importance on mobile usability so it’s a really good idea to get a responsive website if you don’t have one already.

If you don’t know if your website is responsive or you need help making it that way please get in touch and our website developers will make sure your site displays properly and performs well on mobile devices.

If you don’t think your potential clients use smart phones then think again. Over 50% of people are on smart phones when they’re searching online so please get in touch if yours isn’t optimized for mobile devices.

4. List Building and Follow Up

List building is in place because if a user comes to your website for the first time, there is a small chance they’ll convert right away. The odds are slightly better if you offer something in the way of e-commerce.

Because users are more likely to convert after their first visit, you want to give them a way to find their way back. An email newsletter subscription is a great way to to that.

To build your list you can try offering something for free like a download of a free how-to guide that requires the user to enter their email address in order to receive it.

This could be anything: An audio file, video series, or PDF report. The point is to provide value in exchange for the user committing to giving you their email.

Then stay in touch with your list to cultivate the know, like and trust factor with this, providing them good reasons to come back.

5. Solid Marketing Message

A lot of entrepreneurs make their website all about them. ‘I do this’ ‘this is me’ ‘this is what I do’.

Unfortunately for a user this can leave them asking: what about me?

A website has to reassure a visitor they’ve arrived in the right place. Your messaging should clearly state what problems you solve and that you are there to help.

Use terms like “You” and “Your” rather than “Me” or “I”. Hiring a professional copywriter is a great idea because they understand the intentions of the visitor’s needs coming first and can make what you do exciting, which helps convert them into a paying customer.

Creating excitement isn’t easy to do so a great copywriter is a essential to making sure you get your website visitors excited about you and what you provide.

6. Make It Easy To Reach You

Make the process of contacting you as easy as possible.

If you have an online store you need a customer service phone number prominently displayed. It’s normally placed in the top right side of the page.

Even if you don’t have an online store and you’re providing a service or something else with a “Buy Now” button, the service number reassures the user there is a real person behind the scene in case they need help.

Establishing trust is key so providing them with ways to contact you if necessary is essential to establishing trust. You will get more site visitors to commit to you and your business once trust is established.

Many entrepreneurs are worried about having their phone number out there but at the end of the day you need one so whatever you can do to provide one is a must.

Also have a good contact form. This and a phone number are essential to establishing trust with your potential clients.

Have a CTA (Call To Action) that leads users towards their destination. If your conversion is qualified by a contact then lead users on each page towards the contact page. Use buttons and text telling them to click and easily get in touch with you.

These are the must-haves for your website.

There are many more things to cover but these 6 are the essentials for success. You may think you have some of these covered but if you’re using a prefabricated template or an all-in-one solution, you may have something too bloated with excessive code to index well and it could actually be working against you.

The Future of Online Marketing

Today’s business world is certainly different than it was just a few years ago with the Yellow Pages, magazine ads, and radio spots. These days, consumers rely on the web and advertisers must focus on SEO, PPC, keywords, and social media. What will the future of digital marketing look like?

The global marketplace is changing on a daily basis. For instance, advertising with Yellow Pages was quite important for a business’s overall exposure not too long ago. The same can be said for direct mail campaigns and magazine ads, as well as spots on the radio. However, now that we are living in 2018, a business needs to focus its attention on the latest marketing trends, such as search engine optimization (SEO), pay per click (PPC), and social media.

Relying on online marketing in today’s business world, a company can track 100% of its inbound calls, emails, and online chats to figure out a business’s exact costs down to the penny. Folks have search engines, like Google, in the palms of their hands, pockets, or purses. When a local business used to spend approximately $25,000 a year advertising in Yellow Pages, they can now depend on websites and content management systems for less than $10,000 a year.

Quality content writing can attract search engines for no cost, as long as you know the latest and greatest tricks to the trade. You can even set your own budget for targeted PPC campaigns, while connecting with friends and followers to share your messages on Facebook, Twitter, and other sites don’t cost a dime.

One technique that will be amazing for your business getting seen online is a good mix of original content and digital images. These days, your business must get a little bit more creative than simply posting stories and reviews on the web. Place relevant and informative links within your content too.

Surfers of the web want to see vivid photos, listen to audio files and play with interactive components, as well as watch video clips. It is smart to introduce visitors to your page with a short video introducing your business and its products or services. Save longer videos on your webpage for in-depth descriptions for seemingly interested customers who have already scrolled and clicked on your site. The more visual content that is relevant to your business that’s on your website, the better. Allow people to instantly share the information via email or on their social media pages.

As far as what the future of adverting will consist of, internet marketers will be able to identify exactly when their targeted customers are searching the web. Movie theaters will be able to advertise their show times to an entertainment reader every Friday afternoon, while ads for a New England Patriots jersey will appear when a sports fan is checking the football scores on during the playoffs. One thing will remain certain, marketing solutions will continue to progress, just like they have for the last five decades.

5 Reasons to Outsource Facility Maintenance Tasks

Should your business outsource facility maintenance or keep things in-house?

In today’s fast-paced world of business, management teams are under pressure to take predictive and preventative measures to keep the business running as cost-effectively and as efficiently as possible.

For this reason, it’s not uncommon for businesses to outsource facility maintenance tasks and processes. These can include electrical, mechanical and building systems, as well as security, fire, and environmental services.

Here are five reasons to consider using an independent contractor to take control of your business’ full-spectrum facility maintenance.

#1: Free up resources

Using an in-house team to take care of your facility operations means that they will often have to deal with smaller, low-priority tasks rather than focusing on key business drivers. When you outsource facility maintenance, you can free up these resources, who can then concentrate on their more important responsibilities.

#2: Minimise downtime

We all know that any system downtime reduced productivity and profitability. From equipment to infrastructure, every business stands to reduce downtime when they outsource facility maintenance work. An external facility management team can be on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, throughout the year. The outsourced company will also have a service-level-agreement with set turnaround times, which ensures quicker fixes and can make all the difference when things go wrong.

#3 Increase system longevity

The experts of an outsourced team will help your business compile a preventative maintenance programme to suit your budget and your business. Having a clear facilities maintenance strategy will increase the longevity of your systems and the lifespan of your equipment, as well as keeping it running optimally so your business can do the same.

#4: Save money

There are a number of reasons why outsourcing your facilities management can save your business money:

– As explained above, having a facilities maintenance strategy in place will keep your equipment running efficiently and extend its longevity, which means less money spent on replacing equipment more frequently.
– You’ll no longer need to rely on the high call-out fees of different service providers when something goes wrong.
– External contractors have invested heavily in their own staff, tools and training. Because this cost is split across all their clients, your business reaps the benefits of economies of scale.
– The outsourced company will take on liabilities and risks personnel issues or equipment failure or personnel issues, helping you avoid unpredictable or sudden costs.

#5: Specialised expertise

Having an external team of experts means that your business can benefit from specialised expertise in a number of different aspects of facility maintenance, all under one roof. Most providers will offer integrated facility services, which means that you have a single point of contact, simplifying and streamlining the service.

Feng Shui And Numbers

Chinese who believe in Feng Shui are extremely superstitious about the figures they choose as their telephone number, house number, car number and the like. The categorization of some numbers as lucky and some as unlucky depends on the way they sound when spoken. For instance, in western numbers ‘eleven’ sounds like ‘heaven’ or number ‘eight’ sounds like ‘weight’ or number ‘one’ sounds like ‘son’.

Numbers considered unlucky by the Chinese:

Number 4 (pronounced as Sei) is known to be a bad number because in Cantonese it sounds like the word ‘death’. Number 13 is unlucky because it adds up to 4. Apart from this, number 24 and 104 are also unlucky for the same reason.

Numbers considered lucky

Numbers such as 108, 168, 99, 88, 84, 80, 68, 54, 48, 38, 28, 18, 8, are all good numbers. The main reason why 8 is lucky because if you pronounce the word (patt) it sounds like “faat” which denotes “prosperity and abundance”

Consequences of some lucky numbers and combinations:

  • 289: Long-term prosperity
  • 5: myself, me
  • 518: I will flourish
  • 5189: I will flourish for a very long time
  • 516289: I will tread a long, smooth wealthy road
  • 5918: I will prosper soon
  • 6: smooth and easy
  • 7: together
  • 8: prosperity or sudden fortune

The cure

If you have a house or businesses with 4 or 13, then just draw a circle around that number. The circle is tremendously powerful and captures the ill-fated effects of the negative number. There are two ways of doing it, one way is to go to the local hardware store and find a ceramic door number that can be customized with a circle. However, if you cannot afford to shelve out too much money then a simpler method is to simply go out and make a circle around the number. Also note, if you live or work at a place that has an unlucky number but is outside of China, consider how that number sounds in the native language of that particular country.
How seriously should one take numbers? If you’re still looking for a house, office or car number then make sure you comply with the norms set by fengshui. However, if you already have bought one with number 4 or 13, don’t worry too much, just use the cure provided above or consider changing the number to a name like “rose cottage” “your company name” etc.

Feng Shui Fuk Luk Sau

The Three Star Gods, Fuk, Luk, and Sau are very famous in Chinese culture. These three represents the gods of longevity, happiness, and rank. Although they are being referred to as god, they are not literally worshipped in the traditional way a religion will worship a God. The Three Star Gods, although they are not worshipped in a conventional sense, are highly regarded and are very much considered auspicious by the Chinese all over the globe. All Feng Shui stores selling Feng Shui products will have the Three Star Gods.

In the popular Chinese trinity of deities, Fuk represents prosperity, and is known as the wealth and happiness god. Luk represents authority and is known as the God of affluence and rank. On the other hand, Sau is the god of longevity and health. Feng Shui shops often represent the three together. The Three Star Gods are available as Feng Shui items and Feng Shui enhancers to attract prosperity, health, and wealth.

Being the Chinese deity of prosperity, happiness and wealth, Fuk is represented wearing a red robe and is a little taller than the other two Chinese deities. Fuk is placed on the right of Luk. Feng Shui remedies have it that ever twentieth day during the seventh lunar month, favors can be asked from Fuk and they will be soon granted. Fuk is known as one of the Feng Shui enhancers that will attract prosperity, happiness and wealth to come in the house or space where Fuk is placed.

On the other hand, Sau can be recognized by the bottle of nectar he is holding in his arms. Feng Shui stores say that he is carrying peach. But whatever item it is he is holding, that item symbolizes immortality. Being the Chinese deity of longevity and good health, Sau attracts good health. According to Feng Shui remedies, Sau prevents accidents and misfortune to those who reside in the space where Sau is placed.

Luk can be easily identified of the Chinese trinity of deities. He is at the center. If you go to Feng Shui shops, they will tell you that Luk is a symbol of a person’s ability to reap and achieve high rewards and man’s ability to improve oneself. Feng Shui remedies and Feng Shui enhancers suggest placing the three all together. Fuk, Luk and Sau when placed together at home, at your office cubicle, or place of business, the Three Star Gods can be very powerful in attracting prosperity, good health, and wealth.

To achieve the maximum attracting powers of the Three Star Gods, Feng Shui stores suggest that the Feng Shui items be placed in the living room or at the dining area. As Feng Shui enhancers, the three should also always be placed on a high table.

If you are a person who wants to have good health or who wishes to improve your health condition, acquire more wealth and be prosperous, or be happier, then Fuk Luk Sau will be excellent Feng Shui items for you.

7 Keys to Sticking to Your Goals and Achieving Anything

Change is hard. That’s why there aren’t thousands of self-help books telling people the secrets to change.
But why is change so difficult and what can you do to make it easier?
Here are seven tips to keep you inspired and moving forward towards your goals.

1. Create a New Belief
Before you see change in your outer world, you need to start with change in your inner world. Who do you need to be and what do you need to believe about yourself to make this goal happen?

Create an affirmation around the positive change you want to see. Here are some examples:

– I AM making a difference in the lives of 1000’s of people across the world.
– I AM a sought-after (fill in the blank) and thought-leader.
Say your affirmations in the morning and at night and watch the transformation take place!

2. Break Big Goals into Smaller Achievable Steps
While it’s great to have crazy big goals it can also leave you frustrated.

That’s why it’s important to break your goals down into smaller bite-sized actions. Smaller goals will give you a sense of progress and being achievable which keeps you motivated.

Break them down into tasks with a time frame. That way you can check them off as you complete each task and feel more accomplished.

3. Schedule Time to Work on Goals
If your goals are your top priority it only makes sense to schedule time on your calendar dedicated to achieving them.

I know you must work IN your business, but reaching goals means time is needed to work ON your business. Block out time to work solely on tasks that help you achieve your goal.

Guard that time carefully. Success requires dedicated time to put yourself first.

4. Get Support
Have someone to be your cheerleader who can keep you focused and on track. Join an online support group. Hire a coach or mentor. Tell your best friend or spouse what you intend to do.

Support will hold you accountable, keep you motivated, and help you when you feel stuck.

5. Celebrate Small Wins
If you are putting in hard work remember to acknowledge your efforts and progress. Find an exciting way to reward yourself when you reach certain benchmarks.

Do you want a pedicure? Want a movie night? What about treating yourself to a nice massage? Find a reward that truly motivates you to put in the work and make it happen.

6. Visualize Your Goal-Completed Rewards
Many athletes will tell you the secret to winning the game or achieving that record is to visualize them accomplishing it first.

When you see yourself achieving the goal in your mind it puts the power of your subconscious to work for you. You’ll spot the resources and opportunities that are available to support you.

Seeing it in your mind first is believing. Once you own that vision of your success you are half way there to achieving it.

7. Gear Up
Get the tools, support and information you need to complete your goal.

Do you need to get your business branding done or a new website built? Should you hire a new team member?

Whatever your goal is there is a book you can read, a course you can take, or someone you can talk to that will enable you to move you forward. Invest in what you need to make it happen.

Whatever goals you have set for the new year, I wish you the greatest of success in creating a work and life you love!

2018 Facebook Changes Put Community First

The Low-Down Facebook’s Latest Changes and How They Affect Your Business

No doubt Facebook has dramatically changed how businesses are marketed online. With over 2 billion users Facebook offers exposure to a powerhouse of potential customers.

That’s why when Mark Zuckerberg announced some big changes in January, it drew many concerns with business owners on how their posts will have a reduced visibility in their follower’s newsfeed.

Here’s what you need to know and do about these changes:

The focus of the new changes is actually very holistic. Facebook is all about creating community. These changes are an attempt to help users find relevant content and to have more meaningful social interactions.

In a nutshell that means people want to see information from their family and friends. They don’t want to be bothered with irrelevant posts from businesses, brands and media.

So how do you deal with Facebook’s algorithm changes as a business?

QUALITY
First of all, you need to focus on quality versus quantity of content. Relevance takes on a whole new meaning now. Take time to create really juicy posts your audience can’t resist.

Focus on what your ideal target market wants to receive from you. Will they be entertained? Educated? Inspired? Leave everything else out and only focus on those three things.

ENGAGEMENT
Engagement is everything. With every post your goal is to stir up a conversation. Ask for opinions. Get them to share their advice and stories.

Now more than ever you need to develop a tribe of people who love to be connected and can’t wait to engage with you. Take advantage of Facebook Live being the hottest trend right now that typically generates a lot of engagement.

AUTHENTICITY
Don’t try tricky posts that get people to comment and share on a post. Using tactics like clickbait and sensationalized fake news or other means to try and trick the algorithms are one of the reasons why these changes occurred.

Moreover, engagement bait tactics can get you in trouble. The Facebook algorithm can detect such tactics that try to coerce people to engage.

Instead, have the intention of sharing good content from your heart. Be authentic. Make your posts so amazing that people will naturally want to share them.

MUSIC
Facebook and Universal Music Group signed a deal to allow users to upload songs in videos. This means users can now share videos containing music from UMG’s artists without having the videos removed due to copyright violations as they have been in the past.

So now you can we open up creativity, connection and innovation through music as you build your social media community.

In other words, rock out with your peeps! Now you can without copyright infringement by choosing songs by Universal Music Group artists.

In the end, the people who help, entertain, inform, and serve their communities will win. So stop worrying about marketing and focus on serving your fans and followers.

Effective Technique To Advertise Your Business

In today’s world, every business owner wants to promote his business in a manner that can engage his targeted audience and associate them with their business. In order to meet this requirement, they always seek different techniques or strategies that assist them to achieve this and utilize the best marketing results. Well, here we are going to provide a way that will assist you a lot to grab this benefit without investing a huge amount. Ready to know this? Have a quick look with us:

The personalized stylus pens are the best products to meet your unique marketing requirements and come up with the satisfactory results. There is no denying the fact that giving away the personalized promotional pens are one of the cost effective marketing options that reap great outcomes. As the pens are not much expensive, thus, you can stock a wide collection of them and distribute to your customers easily as well as these are quite efficient at marketing your products because a lot of people are certain to view your imprinted logo on the pens.

Along with this, the personalized promotional pens are the sheer in term of styles that are available in the market. You may use these pens for any corporate even, Trade shows, exhibition or for the promotion of any service or product. And when it comes to business gifts can range from the simplest plastic pens to the more elite style of personalized pens. The best part is that such stylus pens can be personalized in terms of design depending on the kind of business you are advertising.

Another wonderful plus point about such personalized promotional pens is that they can be used at any type of business. Whether you are operating an IT company or running a medical institute you can use it in an appropriate manner. For example, Any medical company could have a pen-shaped as a thermometer or built-in antibacterial function. Whereas if someone from the hotel industry could have one with a clip shaped like a bed with a pillow.

That’s the reason there are many online stores available in the market that are offering the various colored and styles personalized promotional pens at the lowest minimum prices. You may order such pens without any hassle and utilize the best benefits. By getting such kind of useful products your customers certainly want to connect with you for a longer time.