Want your brand to get out there? Noted!
There are many ways to get your brand out in front of your audience but in our view custom printed notepads are one of the best. It’s a miniature advertisement that gets your marketing message out there and because it’s useful, it’s a promotional item that gets used over and over.
Custom notepads are economical to produce and can be printed in many different sizes, using many different varieties paper stock and can contain virtually any message that you want to convey.
They are great for internal use in your office or practice but if you really want to maximise your exposure, hand them out to your prospects, customers or patients. The ubiquitous notepad is something that most people like to keep handy and use daily to write telephone messages, reminders or shopping lists – that’s a daily reminder of your brand in the household.
When you give a practical, useful gift, it’s something that gets remembered. Just about everybody can use a hand little notepad at home, in the car or at work, and because it’s low-tech you don’t need to worry that your promo item will breakdown or need instructions!
Custom printed notepads are extremely cost-effective, and this is one promotional item where a little budget can go a long way. If you want your custom notepad to be used for shopping lists and messages, then you can’t go past an A5 or A6 notepad. A4 is a great size for business and if you want to really stand out then go a little crazy with an A3-sized notepad.
If your business uses tear-off forms or your team use notepads in meetings or when they’re out and about, it really doesn’t add much to the production cost to add your brand and tag line or campaign message. So the next time you’re ordering stationery, why not customise it so you can get your brand out there!
Want to know more about how you can use custom printed notepads in your business or as promotional give-aways? Contact Posterboy Printing to find out how affordable getting your brand out there can be!
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