Dye Sublimation Printing of Plastics – Can It Be Done?
Question: Are you able to print plastics using dye sublimation printing? Answer: Pretty much anything that has the correct chemical composition – i.e. is made from polymers (is polymeric in its chemical structure), it can be printed. Or, if not, if your substrate, whether it be leather, wood, glass, or non-polymeric plastic, will retain a clear or white base coat spray throughout the sublimation printing process, then yes, you can print plastic with dye sub printing – with a big caveat.Marketing Strategy: How to Mix Paid, Earned and Owned Media
Since leaving my last corporate gig in 2007, the media and marketing world has substantially changed. Back then, I don’t even recall using the word Twitter and whilst websites were important, blogs were still a bit ‘left of centre’. How things have changed in a few short years.Marketing Consultant: How to Be Taken Seriously on LinkedIn
As a marketing consultant, my LinkedIn profile is a valuable resource when it comes to finding new work, and building my credibility. While many people view LinkedIn, and particularly recommendations made by connections on LinkedIn, as third party endorsements, the profiles are self promotional, and the platform provides an opportunity for you to present only the information that you want the public and potential customers to see.Marketing Agency: Get Help You With Your Facebook Marketing
Social media marketing has become a bit of a buzzword in recent years, but many businesses are still unsure how to use social media platforms to promote themselves effectively. If you have a business to consumer audience, Facebook is a good place to begin.Digital Marketing: Email Marketers Beware, You Could Be Spamming Your Customers
If you are trying to market your business, chances are you are using some form of email marketing. Email marketing is an increasingly popular way for businesses to promote themselves, and it can yield excellent results if done properly. There are strict rules and regulations regarding email marketing, and there are also consequences for breaching them – as fast food chain McDonald’s recently found out when they were issued with a warning by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) over their email marketing activities.Top Promotional Products Under $1
There are many promotional products out there that can be purchased without spending a fortune. For under a dollar, you can hand over useful and attention grabbing gifts to your guests or clients. This allows you to continue on with your gift giving traditions even if you’re on a tight budget.The Solution To A Lack of Leads, Clients or Consistent Income
Many businesses have characteristics that are similar to any stock market in the world; there are ups and downs. When you experience a downturn, the culprit may be a slow drip of revenue, which means a slow drip of closed business from very few leads. Your goal, then, is to get in front of more leads, convert leads to clients and create systems around making this your business habit. Here’s how you do it:Connecting Through Sharing Your Story
We all love to make connections but many of us have struggled with this, especially in business. But there is a way you can easily connect with others through sharing your story.Why Businesses Use Promotional Pens and Products
New businesses are coming up every day. To make one’s brand visible, one needs promotional pens and stuff. Promotional products are items of daily use. They should be handy and not big. That way they work the best. The more you see it, the more mental effect the brand has on the user.How to Have a Creative Brainstorming Session to Fill Your Health or Wellness Practice
Creating an effective Marketing plan for your health or wellness business starts with knowing who your clients are. Your goal should be to find out everything you need to know about your targeted market.Easy Child Care Marketing Steps for Gathering Powerful Testimonials Now
This time of year is the optimal time for you to think about really targeting your testimonial strategy to the families that may be leaving and graduating out of your program soon. Some may have been with you for four or five years, and these are the really ‘juicy’ sources of testimonials. Rather than going willy-nilly into testimonial gathering, strategically target those ‘yummy’ families that have been with you for a long time. Longevity with your program makes this client an ideal choice for you to feature in your testimonials.