Imagine Apple taking all their websites, packaging, and even their commercials, and replacing their signature font, Myriad, with… Comic Sans. Would Apple still ‘feel’ like the Apple you’ve come to know and love?
The holiday season is here! It’s the biggest season for retail and ecommerce businesses. Does your marketing plan include all the marketing pieces you need to drive sales in the coming weeks as we ramp up to Christmas? To further your business’s success this holiday season, make sure you have these 5 essential print marketing pieces:
Before you begin to design business cards, you need to know what information your clients will be looking for. In the past 10 years, what’s become standard on business cards has changed drastically. E-mail addresses have replaced fax numbers. Cellphones have taken over landlines. Social media has become the norm. With all these changes, we’ve broken down exactly what you need to include on your business cards for 2015. Continue...
Every great brand starts with simple brand elements that can be built upon as your business grows. Good branding assigns a unique identity to your company, without limiting opportunities for growth.
Believe it or not, the font that you choose to use for your marketing can make a big difference in how your target perceives your message.
A well-designed tri-fold brochure or pamphlet is an indispensible marketing tool for your business. A tri-fold brochure contains pertinent information about your products or services and ensures your customers have quick access to important details about your business.
When you’re developing a brand image for your business, there are a lot of factors that go into choosing how to position your company – what your company sells, your business goals, your target audience, and your brand message, to name a few of many variables. To help you market your company effectively, Print There has outlined 7 tips for branding your business.
Your logo is a key piece of your brand’s marketing puzzle. It needs to be simple, recognizable and memorable. That may seem like a tall order, but the world’s most recognizable brands do it with ease. Consider the Starbucks or Nike logos. At a glance you can name the brand. You don’t even need to see the company name. How do you go about creating a logo that will do...