Tis’ the Season!

On October 18, 2011, in design, mailing, marketing, newsletter, postcard, printing, by Kevron Printing

The big stores know it before any of us. Tis’ the Season! Halloween is already past…kind of…so it’s already time to start planning for the holiday season and a HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hard to believe…how’s that 2011 New Year’s resolution going. That’s o.k. you can start planning your 2012 resolution.  It’s also a great time […]

 

Advertising…How are you doing it?

On September 29, 2011, in design, marketing, printing, sales, by Kevron Printing

Do you know how many advertisements you are exposed to everyday? Of course you don’t…how could you it’s probably in the thousands. So… How do you make your business standout. Creativity, Repitition and Variety.  Now, more than every before we are bombarded with advertisements, but what is different is how many different media we are […]

 

Third Time Is a Charm

On September 6, 2011, in banners, design, marketing, planning, signs, strategy, by Kevron Printing

Take a tip from some of the most successful food chains in the nation: signs work. In fact, 96% of the signs used in businesses today are NOT the big behemoths that may come to mind as billboards and site signs. They are the signs you see on a more intimate level–on the journey toward […]

 

Direct Mail Improves Web Traffic

On August 31, 2011, in design, mailing, marketing, planning, postcard, printing, by Kevron Printing

When recently speaking with two of our clients on two separate occasions, I noted an interesting phenomenon: in each case, their web traffic spiked when these companies used a well-formulated direct-mail campaign. The Ingredients to a Successful Campaign It appears that the recipe for success that was used in common between the two companies consisted […]

 

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