Archive for August, 2012

Aug 23 2012

Want to make your website launch happening? Read on…

Published by under Business & Marketing

Launching a new website is often quite an intense experience. Only proper planning for the launch and its successive promotions can ensure a successful launch for your website. Whether it is a brand new site or a site redesigned, the promotion of the brand is an integral part of the overall marketing plan of a business.

Here are some of the active ways of promoting your website:

  • You as a business can use the website launch event as a medium to promote your company to both existing and new customers. This can be accomplished by developing a “buzz” around the launch. You can distribute products wherein your logo is imprinted to create an awareness regarding your brand. Promotional giveaways like logo engraved pens, personalized t-shirts, imprinted mugs can be distributed amongst the customers. This helps in better visibility leading to multiple impressions. Here, you can also imprint your website address in the products and hence create more buzz.
  • You can use multiple social media channels such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, press releases to market and promote your new website.
  • Banner Ads can also be a huge way of promoting your website before it ultimately gets launched. A 3-4 week’s campaign on Google Ad Words, Twitter, Facebook Ads, etc.
  • Create a PowerPoint of your website and publish it on the internet such as slide share, presentation on YouTube and so on. This way you can create great buzz about your company’s new website.

These are some of the ways by which you can effectively promote your new website. You as a business can make use of ideas both old and new (that make the use of internet) and give your website a fabulous launch. So bang on with these techniques and make your launch something to remember.

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Aug 15 2012

In The Memmory Of Helen Gurley Brown An Iconic Institution

Published by under News

Courageous, Valiant, Bold or Strong are words yet tiny that could describe Helen Gurley Brown.

She had been an inspiring role model to nearly five generations so far.

Born in Arkansas, February 18, 1922, graduated in 1941 from Woodbury Business College, Helen married David Brown, the producer of various motion movies like The Sting, Jaws, Cocoon, and Driving Miss Daisy.

Her best selling book Sex and the Single Girl was published in 1962, soon after she became an editor in chief with the Cosmopolitan. Her association with Cosmopolitan made a super positive impact on both party’s carrier graph.

Her untamed thought power and board mind set will always be applaudable. Her thoughts, her quotes, her novels, and the articles she wrote, persuaded every women from every era.

Helen received many awards while her journey with words, be it editor of the year, be it The Matrix Award, Fisher Award or Hall of Fame Award she was radiant in everything that she did. She was the first woman ever who introduced blunt topics into magazines. Her novel Sex and the Single Girl brought tremendous business and success and later was made into a movie by Richard Quine. She was full of life, witty and was always open to learn and share knowledge.

Together with her husband she formed a Brown Institute of Media Innovation.

She was an iconic institution of inspiration. She not only has changed her fate, but while doing so she definitely has changed fate for many women today.

Helen believed, “No matter how big or small your job is, if you approach it with passion and work beyond 9 to 5, success will open its doors for you.”

The intake of this made many women develop self confidence, women rearranged and extended their abilities and potentials, many began to be more vocal about their feelings and urges, and this together contributed to a large number of working women and women oriented businesses.

According to new research, the number of women-owned businesses is multiplying at a faster rate than the number of businesses owned by men. Across America, there are 8.3 million of women owned firms recent report of American Express. This growth should be welcomed with warmth.

Promo Direct takes pride and salutes such women oriented companies. Helen’ radiance approach towards life gives us inspiration thus; we at Promo Direct would incorporate many more women habituate items and add on other beneficiary offers too.

She said, “My relevance is that I deal with reality.” is truly motivating.

We are sure you still would be inspiring other around you even now.

Your work and contributions to the society will be forever honored.

RIP Helen Gurley Brown.

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Aug 09 2012

Overstock & Closeouts Promotional Items – Up To 75% OFF!!

Published by under Promotional Products

Want to thrill your clients with gifts galore? Want to excite them with quality products while maintaining a balanced budget simultaneously? If yes, we have great news to share with you all. Promo Direct is back with a bang with its sizzling offers and this time it is offering amazing discounts ranging up to 75% on all its promotional close out items.

Promo Direct, the leading online promotional company is presenting its clients with a fabulous offer where up to 75% discounts are being given on its on sale promotional items.

If you are a business owner or an entrepreneur, just grab this opportunity and make the most of your promotional campaign this time round. This would also lead to grand savings on your marketing activities.

This exclusive offer is valid on Promo Direct’s best promo items that include Main Event Captain’s Chair, Value Tote, Sport Pack, Amigo 6-Can Cooler and many more. As always, Promo Direct delivers these products with their best services.

Businesses both small and big can giveaway value added gifts to their customers by incurring least cost with Promo Direct’s exclusive array of closeout promotional products.

So why wait? Get your share of these excusive items. Encourage your employees or promote your brand in tradeshows, seminars or promotional events with Promo Direct’s wide range of on sale promotional products.

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