Promo Direct Launches “Shop by Brand” Feature

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Promo Direct – ranked among USA’s best promotional product stores – has launched a unique feature to help shoppers have a more wholesome buying experience. The “Shop by Brand” feature allows shoppers to choose from their favorite brands, helping them make more informed purchases. The new page can be viewed here.

All brands have been neatly arranged in alphabetical order to ensure they are easily found. Products from popular brands such as Nike, Adidas, Post-it, and Parker are available for purchases. We offer over 50 brands, covering a diverse range of products, from apparel to writing instruments and bags!

The main benefit of choosing a product belonging to a popular brand is that the buyer is assured of the product’s quality and durability. The intended recipient will immediately connect with the giveaway, ensuring that the advertiser has an effective marketing campaign.

Promo Direct’s website layout helps users find the product of their choice in the lowest number of clicks. The company has a steady flow of regular customers who keep coming back for more marketing items. Promo Direct also offers a variety of specials to ensure shoppers make extra savings with every purchase.

Dave Sarro, CEO, Promo Direct says, “We are always looking at innovative ways to help our customers. The “Shop by Brand” concept is unique and the first of many new features we will be introducing soon. We will continue to refine the shopping experience offered to customers.”

Promo Direct began 2017 with the Gold Award for “The Best Online Promotional Product Store” from TopTenReviews. The company has won this award three times in a row.

News Source: Nevadabusiness

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Gary Taylr
Gary Taylr is a marketing consultant at Promo Direct. He works with the creative team to drive web-based marketing campaigns. He shares his marketing insights at blog.promodirect.com and is a regular participant in forums and discussions related to business and marketing. You can follow Gary on Google+ and Twitter.