If your clients use an architect scale ruler, you can promote your business in this unusual way. Give them this special ruler with your corporate logo imprinted on it. Your logo will last as long as your client uses an architect scale ruler. Who uses one of these?
If you have customers in these fields, you can hold on to them with Tapes. Give them a pipe diameter measuring tape with your company logo. They will appreciate your generosity and thoughtfulness. And, your logo will live for a long time in their pockets.
64ths or 100ths? This question applies only if you need the Inch version of a pipe diameter tape. If you are in the oil and gas industry, you probably prefer the 100ths calibration. If you are in the boat or automotive industries in the USA, you would probably prefer the 64ths of an inch calibration. If the SKU number has a “d” in it, this means it is calibrated in 100ths of an inch.
Size. The Lufkin models of the pocket diameter tapes will measure pipe diameters up to 23 inches. The Pi-Cobra models will measure pipe diameters up to 38 inches.
Choose a vendor with a good reputation and is easy to do business with.
Choose the right product. Pens are always the first products that come to mind. But, ask for help in choosing an appropriate product for your particular promotion. Sometimes the best way to advertise you business is with refrigerator magnets,calendars, or screwdrivers.
Order enough to do the job, plus some extras. This is cheaper than placing a small repeat order when you run out of items.
Keep your imprint simple, and not cluttered. People don’t like to read a bunch of small print. Just use your well-designed logo, and your phone number.
Plan ahead. Don’t wait till the last minute, and be forced to pay for overnight shipping. Planning ahead also reduces the chance of making mistakes.
Good luck in your next promotion! See you at the trade show.
Art. Start with the best and neatest art file of your company logo. Vector art is the best art. If you want to use a photograph, please make it high resolution. 300 dpi at the final size will give the best results.
Balance. Design your tally books so that your logo is on the front, and some other information is on the back.
Color. Choose the imprint colors and vinyl colors that will reflect your company’s colors.
Design. If you need help with the design, the online company can usually help you. They have the experience.
Extras. Do you want to order these extras? Vinyl pen loop. Clear vinyl inserts with 3 pockets for your papers that you add later. Stone pad instead of paper pad.
Free proof. Always ask for a free email proof before your order goes into production.
Ground shipping, unless you’re in a hurry.
Hi resolution stock pictures are usually available as a background to your imprint.
Important facts, like your phone number, location, services, and products can be displayed on the back cover.