Get Your Name on Cool Stuff: The Ultimate Guide to Attracting New Customers, Building Loyalty and Increasing Profits with Promotional Product Marketing
Are you a Marketing Professional or Business Owner looking to boost your organisation’s performance and get more clients, improved loyalty and profits, and happier staff?
Have you tried to use Promotional Products but found it all just “too hard?”
Or maybe you know you really should be using Promotional Products – but you’re avoiding it because you’re worried how much time it will take you to sift through so many unsuitable options – and then have the stress of worrying about how it will all turn out, or if it will even be worth the money?
If that sounds like you, then you need Get Your Name on Cool Stuff – the Ultimate Guide to Attracting New Customers, Building Loyalty and Increasing Profits with Promotional Product Marketing
Whether you’re a corporate marketing professional or an entrepreneur growing your own business, Get Your Name on Cool Stuff shows you how to confidently select the right Promotional Products for your campaign objectives, and how to make those campaigns more effective.
Inside this book you’ll get Mark Basford’s straightforward advice on planning, purchasing, and implementation. You’ll endure less stress when you’re sourcing, and see better results. And you’ll have more time to get on with your “real” work (and the rest of your life).
Take control of this element of your Marketing Mix now – click to buy “Get Your Name on Cool Stuff”, and start seeing how you can get more new customers, improved loyalty and better profits for your organisation right away.
About the Author
Mark Basford is an MBA, and a Graduate of the UK’s Institute of Marketing. He has over 25 years experience in international corporate sales and marketing positions in Europe and Asia. Now CEO and founder of his own promotional products consultancy and supply business in Hong Kong, Mark is in demand as a speaker on the Asia Pacific SME seminar circuit, and has authored white papers on Promo Product Marketing. This is his first book.