In the age of pervasive Internet connectivity, social media is everywhere. You probably have personal pages on popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others. Even if you don’t have them yourself, you know lots of people who do.
In our last blog, Is Print Marketing Dead in the Internet Era, we discussed indisputable reasons why print marketing isn’t dead. In fact, our closing message was that your print media campaigns complement your digital media campaigns.
In today’s Internet-savvy world, it seems like most people live out their lives online. Wherever we go, we’re within arms reach of some electronic device or another. With so much digital technology surrounding us, it’s inevitable that marketers have shifted much focus to targeting people online. But with this massive shift in customer behaviour, is print marketing still a relevant part of your marketing strategy?
When it comes to creating a marketing plan, one of the most important things you should outline is your target audience. If you don’t know who your ideal customers are, how can you create an effective marketing plan to reach them? The simple answer: you can’t.
We all have to do them. Some of us love them. Some of us hate them. We’re talking about giving presentations. Whether you’re a confident speaker or not, a well-laid-out presentation that guides you through the process is an essential aid that shouldn’t be overlooked. Here’s everything you need to know when creating a presentation.
When it comes to QR code marketing, companies either knock it out of the park, or they crash and burn. Although some people believe that the QR code has lost its touch and is no longer an effective marketing tool, the truth is QR codes are still relevant; however they must be accompanied by a well-executed QR code strategy. Since QR codes are free to generate, they have a high...
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.