Promotional Products Work: Why Promo Items are Your Hero [INFOGRAPHIC]
As you may or may not know, yesterday began the weeklong festivities of Promotional Products Work! Week! Sponsored by Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), this week from February 25th – March 1st is meant to celebrate the promo items we all hold dear.
And what better way to celebrate the effectiveness of one of the oldest, most trusted forms of advertising than by learning about how truly valuable promotional products are? In honor of PPW!W, we’ve put together an infographic that lays out everything you need to know about promo items!
Ever wondered how expensive promotional products are compared to other advertising media? They’re less expensive per impression than prime time TV advertising, magazine ads, and newspaper ads, coming in at only .6 cents per impression! Have you been dying to know exactly what impact promotional products have on consumers? Well, 59% of people who receive a promotional product have a more favorable view of the brand.
Check out this infographic for even more useful facts about the brand-saving power of promo items!
Feel free to share the wealth of promotional product knowledge by embedding our infographic on your own blog!
As you can see, promo products are always there to help a brand in need! Want to join QLP as we celebrate Promotional Products Work! Week? Head on over to our Facebook Page for more PPW!W posts and photos, and get involved in the festivities!
What do you think? Have you used promotional products to market your brand? What promotional products have you received from brands? How will you be celebrating Promotional Products Work! Week? Sound off in the comments below!
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