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Betting On Big Promotions

Betting On Big Promotions

Few industries are a bigger gamble for prospecting than the gaming industry. From the outside, the promotional possibilities look endless, and endlessly profitable. But from the inside, says one veteran of casino business, the competition is tougher—and the payout more difficult to come by. Read More »

Family Ties

Family Ties

The term “family business” often brings to mind the local mom-and-pop corner store or the little hamburger joint down the street. Customers frequent the stores and restaurants often, get to know the owners and their families—and watch the kids grow up and eventually start running the business. Read More »

Take Back Your Day: Seven Small Changes That Can Create Big Results

Take Back Your Day: Seven Small Changes That Can Create Big Results

As hard as I work every day, shouldn’t I have “arrived” by now? It’s a question that nags at you as you slog through each day, bound to the tyranny of your to-do list with one eye constantly on the clock. It seems all you do is work, and the dreams you once had—of leading your department, being the top salesperson, running a successful company—have disappeared into the quicksand that has become your daily life. Read More »

Promotional Revival

Promotional Revival

Marketing efforts that include promotional products can boost faith-based programs. Read More »

Salute To The C-Suite

Salute To The C-Suite

Executive gifts can be tech-focused or hint at hobbies, but personalization makes them memorable. Read More »

Arm Yourself

Arm Yourself

If you or your clients aren’t participating in “arm parties,” then you’re definitely missing out. For the uninitiated, an arm party is achieved when a woman layers multiple bracelets and watches on one or both of her arms. Leandra Medine, author of The Man Repeller blog and the first to use the term, says it’s not an arm party until there are a minimum of three pieces of jewelry on a single arm. Of course, the more the merrier—Medine has styled her wrists with as many as 10 baubles at a time. Read More »

Palatable Promotions

Palatable Promotions

Sweet, salty, sour, bitter. We love the diversity and depth of food. We watch television shows about it. We read books about it. Our gustatory pursuits send us into remote jungles, deep seas, hole-in-the-wall cafés and roaming food trucks, all for a taste of the divine. Food equals more than satiety for many; it is a source of nostalgia, healing and comfort. Promotional food gifts carry more than the message they are imprinted with, too. The right food gift, sweet or savory, reflects a client’s individual tastes and can strengthen business relationships all around. Read More »

From Topsoil To Table

From Topsoil To Table

Agriculture in America is a big industry that, surprisingly for some, is substantially supported by small businesses. In the farming sector, small family farms—those reporting sales less than $250,000 a year—made up 88 percent of U.S. farms in 2007, the most recent year finalized by The U.S. Department of Agriculture. Small farms accounted for just 16 percent of agricultural output but they made significant contributions to the production of such commodities as hay, tobacco, beef cattle, soybeans and cash grains. Read More »

Here Comes Amazon

Here Comes Amazon

Not surprisingly, Amazon is looking to extend its reach into the $8 trillion B2B wholesale market. Its B2B site, amazonsupply.com, already boasts 2.2 million SKUs, and the company is on a hiring tear to help in its quest to “rebuild civilization.” Read More »

Fight To The Top

Fight To The Top

Given that Google regularly updates the algorithm that determines how close your website gets to the top if its search engine returns, it’s critical that you stay current about what the search goliath is currently rewarding—and adjust the design and content of your website accordingly. Read More »

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