We all know people expect swag at every trade show booth, but most of the time we choose items that have nothing to do with our overall marketing or business goals. If your trade show strategy includes slapping your logo on a cheaply made tchotchke, it’s time to rethink your game plan. Here are the top five promo items that are probably your worst investment.
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Out of Home advertising is a platform that’s effectiveness has been intensely debated over the past decade. We all know billboards are great for visual impact, brand awareness, and finding the next McDonald’s on a long road trip, but do they actually give your business a tangible return on investment?
When it comes to your business, advertising is essential, but specifically “restroom advertising” might seem like a creative risk you are not sure you want to take. It may seem intrusive at first, but is it worse than those pesky website pop-ups when you’re trying to read your local news online?