Posts Tagged ‘Promotional Products’

News: Facebook Tops for Social Commerce

Facebook is the social media platform that drives the most online sales.  That’s according to a new study from Shopify, which found that Facebook funneled almost two-thirds of all social media visits to Shopify-run Web stores and resulted in about 85% of all orders from social forums.     Facebook was especially dominant in certain…

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Not your Grandma’s Customer Service

  Let it be known: today’s consumers are different. Different in the most fundamental of ways: from the medium in which they choose to contact a business to their expectations of how that business reciprocates the engagement. It starts at the heart of the millennial generation. With smartphones in-hand, they’re constantly connected with and participating…

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June 2014 Case Study

A great way to increase employee participation is with a giveaway gift. Not only is it effective, but choosing the right gift will motivate employees to get healthy by working out, setting goals and measuring results.

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Top Earth Day Promotional Products

To celebrate Earth Day, April 22, we have a list of the top 10 Eco Friendly giveaways for your marketing campaigns. We’ve got everything from eco-friendly golf balls, bamboo serving utensils, and even all natural, all organic, dog treats.

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Saftey Program: Bruno Brothers Construction

Bruno Brothers Construction is rethinking its safety program. Instead of rewarding accident-free days, an approach they fear may encourage underreporting, management is choosing to reward proactive measures. You can help by assembling a series of sensible gifts for employees who participate in activities that encourage greater safety awareness.

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Love Actually: February is American Heart Month

Advantages Magazine By Jennifer Vishnevsky   Weighing in at 10 ounces, the blood-filled muscle called the heart has become the universal symbol of love.  No one is sure about the exact origin of the love association, but the Egyptians thought the emotions and intellect arose from the heart.  The Chinese associated the heart with the…

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