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Expert Tips: 20 Small Business Marketing Ideas


With tight budgets and limited resources, growing a small business can be a challenge. At ePromos, we specialize in providing custom printed promotional products for small businesses that are perfect for giveaways at trade shows, conventions and community events.

However, we wanted to hear from the experts, so we have assembled 20 of our favorite small business marketing ideas from professionals in the industry. Here are some tips with proven success for expanding the reach of your brand both digitally and locally.

 

1. Team Up with Businesses in Your Community

One thing I recommend for a new business is to get out there and do some cross-promotions with other small businesses in your area. This can be sponsoring a charity event, a concert, or a community festival. This is a great way for other people in the community to see your brand and get to know what your business is all about.

Matt Ruley, Owner, WFHOffice

 

2. Get the Most Out of Your Social Media Pages

Many people think of social media for socializing, and search engines for searching.

Jason Lavis, Managing Director, Out of the Box InnovationsThe search boxes inside social media websites and apps get a considerable number of searches. For example, more people search on YouTube than both Yahoo and Bing. Your company’s community and business pages will get discovered by people searching for the products and services you offer. With limited space in the title, bio and about sections, focus on adding the buyer keywords that your customers are likely to be typing. Use fewer generic words like ‘professional’, ‘dynamic’ and ‘quality’. Use more keywords like ‘kids parties’, ‘best moisturizer’, gardening supplies’ or whatever you’re selling.

Jason Lavis, Managing Director, Out of the Box Innovations

 

3. Local Events with Branded Displays

Melissa Stern, Executive Director, Comprehensive Cranium CareAs a new online small business, we found it challenging to get in front of new customers. One of our most successful early efforts was participating in local street festivals. The opportunity to have one-to-one conversations with new and potential customers is invaluable, particularly if you have a unique product and a niche market as we do. It’s also worth investing in branded assets for these events, as the visibility and brand recognition provided by having a high-quality branded setup for these events is worth the initial cost. We continue to see value from the initial investment in our setup and can use it for years to come.

Melissa Stern, Executive Director, Comprehensive Cranium Care

 

4. Get Found in Local Search

One of the best (and free!) ways to promote your small business is through local SEO (Search Engine Optimization) – meaning, ranking in the “unpaid” search results that appear below the map of your local area.

Zack Reboletti, Owner & SEO Consultant, Web FocusedTo get started, create or verify your business with Google My Business, making sure to select the most relevant/specific business category and complete all available fields. Next, make sure the Title Tags on your main website pages contain 1 – 2 key phrases specific to each page, followed by your city (e.g. Dry-Cleaning Services – Chicago, IL). Lastly, get 3 – 5 relevant websites to link to your website. Quick wins often come from reaching out to organizations, associations, and any other local business entities you’re affiliated with.

Zack Reboletti, Owner & SEO Consultant, Web Focused

 

5. Don’t Overlook Direct Marketing

Jon Nastor, Creator & Host, Hack the EntrepreneurOne excellent offline strategy for small businesses is door-to-door flyers. They are simple, easy to test, and cost-effective, making it accessible for most. Direct marketing has produced billions of dollars in sales for companies – because it works. In recent years, its effectiveness has increased as more companies overlook this simple marketing method. To get the most bang for your buck, keep your ad focused on your product or service’s benefit to the customer, and test paper color, offer, and the neighborhood of distribution.

Jon Nastor, Creator & Host, Hack the Entrepreneur

 

6. Network at Coworking Spaces

Paul Davis, Owner, Paul Davis Solutions

A local coworking spot is always one of the first places I connect with other businesses. As a marketer, these B2B relationships are ideal for leads and referrals. Even a B2C business can still benefit from growing their local network.

Paul Davis, Owner, Paul Davis Solutions

 

7. Host Your Own Event

Rodger Roeser, CEO, The Eisen AgencyOne of the simplest and smartest use of limited resources is a combination networking/letter writing program. Find groups or organizations that most closely align with the types of clients or customers you are seeking and get involved. Attend the networking events, gather business cards and regularly send out direct letters to those folks to invite them to an event or some type of program you are hosting at your space – and make it something fun but related to what you do – for example, a tea, a business roundtable, a beer tasting or whatever. These direct and purposeful networking/follow up programs create a sense of trust with potential clients and not only build leads, but also build your credibility and your brand.

Rodger Roeser, CEO, The Eisen Agency

 

8. Leverage Pinterest for Your Brand

Even on a tight budget, a small business can take full advantage of social platforms, especially Pinterest.

Arya Bina, CEO, Kobe DigitalPinterest is second only to Facebook as the most popular social media platform when it comes to influencing buyers. This makes perfect sense as Pinterest users go on the platform to get inspired by items they want to buy. Once an account is set up and a business has chosen which products they wish to promote, the next step is to market their brand by creating a “board” and adding “pins”. An important step to remember is to include simple keywords, clear descriptions, and stunning images to optimize your marketing on Pinterest.

Arya Bina, CEO, Kobe Digital

 

9. Encourage Online Reviews

For a small or local business, being found online is critical to survive. Potential customers are looking for what other people are saying about your brand. That’s where online reviews come in. Not only do consumers actively seek out reviews, but because of this, Google rewards businesses with reviews with higher rankings in local search results.

Studies show that having more reviews means more leads and more sales. So how do you get online reviews? It’s not as hard as you think (and it’s cheap). All you must do is ask. The best time to do this is right after the sale. When thanking the customer for their business take the opportunity to also ask them to leave a review on Google or Yelp. You won’t get a review from everyone you ask, but over time, you will see an increase in the number of reviews.

Matt Stone, Founder, Review Ignite

 

10. Schedule Social Media Posts in Advance

A great way to marketing your small business with a limited budget is social media. You can reach thousands of people if you are using social media properly. One tool that is very helpful for social media tracking and posting is called Buffer. It is a free tool you can use to post social media posts in advance, as well as see how your posts are doing.

Samantha Walls, Inbound Marketing Manager, InTouch MarketingYou will want to spend anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour a day focusing on social media and deciding which social media posts are resonating with your followers and planning out your future social media posts. Make sure that when you are posting on social media you are not only talking about yourself and your company. You want to be a thought leader for your industry and post helpful articles, infographics and news to help your followers.

 

Samantha Walls, Inbound Marketing Manager, InTouch Marketing

 

11. Find Your Happy Customers

Deborah Sweeney, CEO, MyCorporationWord of mouth is one of the best forms of increasing your sales and it’s all free! You should already be identifying customers that have had good experiences with your business and trying to learn what made the experience so positive for them, but if you’re not, a quick customer satisfaction survey is convenient to institute and very beneficial for you. Out of these responses, find the people who really had the best experience (9 or 10 rankings on a 1-10 scale) and target them as your advocates. These people will be the most beneficial for you and are typically the most inclined to pass on good comments. Then, take your targets and encourage them to tell customers about your business.

Deborah Sweeney, CEO, MyCorporation

 

12. Try Bing for Budget-Friendly Ads

Craig De Borba, Digital Marketing Specialist, Onpoint Internet MarketingThe real challenge for a small business online is getting visitors to your website or offer on a small budget. This can be best achieved by utilizing the lower cost Bing PPC (Pay Per Click) ads and bidding on very specific phrases and exact match keywords. Paid ads are the fastest way to get visitors to a website and while most organizations are focusing on Google, small businesses take advantage of the much lower costs available to them on Bing to drive more traffic for less money.

Craig De Borba, Digital Marketing Specialist, Onpoint Internet Marketing

 

13. Partner with Relevant Businesses

Alicia Ward, Digital Marketing Strategist, FlaukLook for other businesses who target the same customers but aren’t a direct competitor and approach them for a partnership. By pooling resources such as social followings, email lists, offerings and budgets, you can create some great campaigns. Or, host events where both businesses can benefit and expose your company to a new audience. Just make sure to do your research and make sure your potential business partner is trustworthy!

Alicia Ward, Digital Marketing Strategist, Flauk

 

14. Establish Trust with Testimonials

James Feldstein, Owner, Audio DenIf your company doesn’t have an established brand, it can be challenging to get your name out there. It’s a good idea to include client testimonials or product reviews on your website. People trust the advice of your past customers. If your customers have good things to say, it’s usually a good sign. Testimonials, case studies, and reviews serve as powerful social proof that can help you attract new business and establish credibility.

James Feldstein, Owner, Audio Den

 

15. Optimize Your Blogging Strategy

One of the best ways to increase online visibility is blogging for search engine optimization (SEO). This strategy has worked well for my small business, plus I’ve seen it work well for clients that invested long term.

Erika Taylor Montgomery, CEO, Three Girls Media
Publish posts regularly: Search engines monitor websites for new content; the more you update, the more often they’ll come back and index your posts. Even publishing once a week, on the same day and at the same time, can greatly benefit your SEO.
Focus on longer articles: Many top performing posts on Google are 1,000 words or more.
Use keywords strategically: Sprinkle them throughout your post and make sure you include them in your headline, introduction, subheads, conclusion, image captions and meta description.
Publicize your posts: Share your content via social media and e-newsletters. If you have the budget for it, consider running social media ads around them.

Erika Taylor Montgomery, CEO, Three Girls Media

 

16. Share Your Quality Content on Reddit

Leverage Reddit, the bare-bones social network, for a powerful yet low-budget way to drive traffic to your small business website. Reddit has been known to jumpstart the careers of small business owners and entrepreneurs, but it must be used strategically.

Juuso Lyytikkä, Head of Growth, Funnel.ioThe social network is made up of a community of very tech-savvy readers who condemn all obvious marketing tactics. To win at Reddit, you must only share truly awesome content in small, hyper-focused subcategories (referred to as subreddits). Any attempts at overtly promotional sales tactics will likely result in negative comments and a possible ban. The key is to find your niche and dominate it with useful content that interests readers in that community.

Juuso Lyytikkä, Head of Growth, Funnel.io

 

17. Social Media Ads Are Effective and Affordable

Tracy Julien, VP of Marketing, GuidedChoiceAdvertising across the main social media platforms is a great tool you should be utilizing in your current marketing campaign. These ads are cheap and can get your business in front of the right set of eyes. The best part about social media ads is the outstanding metrics that you can use to track if your current campaign is successful or not. Also, being able to target specific people, locations, products, etc. is a great asset. Test out which platform you deem is best for your business and set a plan to execute!

Tracy Julien, VP of Marketing, GuidedChoice

 

18. Build a Referral Network

The key to building a successful referral network is to be super clear on who you work with and how you can help them. The people in your network need to be able to talk to someone and IMMEDIATELY think of you as the solution to their problem.

Shannon Howard, Senior Digital Marketing Strategist, Overit MediaI helped a local gym get clear that their market was injured athletes – often from CrossFit-type gyms. That opened the door to make strategic partnerships with local sports medicine practitioners, chiropractors, physical therapists, and athletic coaches in the area, all with a clear message: We help injured athletes recover faster in a safe, fun environment.

Shannon Howard, Senior Digital Marketing Strategist, Overit Media

 

19. Make Use of Relevant Facebook Groups

Gregory Golinski, Head of Digital Marketing, YourParkingSpaceJoin as many Facebook groups as possible, as long as they are related to your industry. Publish links to your blog posts on these groups, without spamming them. If the content brings added value to the community, it will bring traffic from Facebook group users to your website.

Gregory Golinski, Head of Digital Marketing, YourParkingSpace

 

20. Pre-Screen Customer Reviews

If the customer is king, then customer reviews are royal pronouncements from on high…usually either “off with your head!” or “I hereby knight thee!”

Chas Cooper, CEO, Rising Star ReviewsSmall business owners deserve credit for happy customers. They can get it by pre-screening customers, then asking for reviews. The idea is simple and timeless: First, ask a customer for honest feedback. Then, encourage happy customers to share their experience in a review on a major review site. For customers who aren’t quite happy enough yet, get more details about what improvements could make them (and customers like them) happy in the future. This way, you win no matter what the customer says when you pre-screen them. You either get public credit for a job well done, or you get valuable feedback to help you keep doing a better job in the future.

Chas Cooper, CEO, Rising Star Reviews

 


These 20 budget-friendly marketing strategies for small businesses can attract new customers, improve the credibility of your brand and help you make valuable partnerships in your industry. Regardless of which ideas you choose, keep in mind that one of the keys to a successful marketing campaign is evaluating the results and fine-tuning your approach.

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5 Reasons to Use Your Budget Before the End of the Fiscal


Use or Lose Your Budget: HourGlass

It’s that time. Current year (CY) budgets are coming to a close. You’ve no doubt received or are about to receive that “final call” email from your business manager, on the hunt for invoices, receipts and accounts payable that need to be shored up before the books get closed. And if you’ve still got cash left in your small business marketing budget, it’s the time to start ordering or prepaying so you can lay the foundation for a solid and on-budget year ahead.

Spend your marketing budget now, or you won’t have it later.

Here are 5 reasons we recommend using your marketing budget before the fiscal year ends:

#1. You Can’t Take It With You…

Like all good things, your annual budget is coming to an end – and, in most companies, that means it’s going away for good. Do yourself, your team and your customers a favor and spend that money wisely. If you don’t, it probably won’t roll over, and that means you can kiss it “goodbye” now or down the road.

Remember, that budget was allocated to you and your department so you could make the most out of it. Very simply, do that. Spend your money now or, at the very least, prepay for expenses you know you’ll incur in the coming year – expenses such as promotional items, upcoming marketing campaigns, office supplies and other tangible products and services.

#2. Next Year’s Budget is On the Line

Often, marketers and other stakeholders try to be good corporate citizens and underspend. The only problem? When the next fiscal budgets are being decided, the financial folks will see you didn’t need everything you were allocated – and that means you’ll likely get less. If this year was a fluke or you floated on prior year prepays, that could be a major problem.

#3. It’s Easy to Lock in Rates

There’s a cost to doing business – and that cost tends to increase over time. Many vendors reset their pricing in the new year, which means products and services you buy in January could be noticeably more expensive than they were just weeks prior.

Do yourself a favor and prepay with trusted vendors and partners, with an agreement that you’re locking in current pricing on products and services you want and need. Not only will this help you spend your CY budget but, at the same time, you’ll save money in the year ahead – Bonus!

#4. You’re Building Relationships

Prepay with a vendor, partner or service provider and you’re signaling to them that you value your relationship and their work – and that’s powerful. Often, a simple prepay can bump you to the top of the “preferred customer” pile, and help you gain greater access, insights and opportunities – or, at the very least, you’ll be a major consideration as that vendor looks ahead to the new year.

#5. Your Business will be Ready for Action

There are few things better than crossing something off of your to-do list! Whether you opt to order premiums, coordinate marketing campaigns or stock your supply closet now, the heavy lifting is done – you’ve found and allocated the budget which, often, is a stumbling block to getting tasks accomplished. So, cheers to you – you’ll no doubt reap the benefits next year and you’ve given yourself a head start.

Ready to order branded goodies you’ll use in the new year? Call us, the Promo Know-How people  to lock in current rates and close your fiscal budget.


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4 Reasons the Reusable Straw Trend is Here to Stay


Let’s face it, some trends and product launches can be flops – we’re looking at you, Google Glass and Cheetos® Flavored Lip Balm. But, while many organizations may be reluctant to get behind the latest socially-conscious trend – such as ditching plastic straws for reusable ones – it’s clear this shift is here to stay. Equally important is that your business gets on board. Not only is it the right thing to do but, but showing your customers you care, will drive more engagement, more consideration and more conversion from buyers who care, to buyers who will become your ultimate long-term customers and advocates.

So, then, the big question: WHY are reusable straws not just trending but redefining the way millions get their sip on? And why does YOUR business need to get in the mix and offer these sought-after premiums to your employees, customers and vendor partners? Here are 4 good reasons…

#1. You’re Doing THE ENVIRONMENT Some Serious Good

Believe it or not, Americans are using and tossing about 390 to 500 million straws per day. And, despite our most well-meaning efforts, those straws are ending up in not-so-great places – think landfills (where they take 200 years to decompose), water supplies (gross) and oceans (sorry, sea life).

What’s more, because many of these straws are made from polypropylene – not far off from what powers cars – dumping these straws increases greenhouse gases and drives climate change in the wrong direction. So, while it may feel like nothing to toss a plastic straw or two, they do add up fast. And as they do, their impact is felt, literally, for generations. Sip on that!

#2. You’re Doing YOUR TEAM Some Serious Good

Send your team out with a socially-conscious product, one that is on the tip of your clients’ collective tongue and you’re giving them a serious leg-up. Think about it – hand over a perfectly-package reusable straw with a quick, personalized note and nod to why you chose this forward-thinking piece and you’ve got their attention. More importantly, you’re giving that client an opportunity to show off their trendsetting, eco-friendly side, without the heavy lifting. It’s truly a win/win and, really, who doesn’t love that?

#3. You’re Doing YOUR CUSTOMERS’ Customers Some Serious Good

Think about how many times you sip through a straw in a single day. A lot, right? There’s the iced coffee en route to the office; the sparkling H2O you’re sipping desk-side; and the straw popped into your meal time drink order. The list goes on and on, and each straw is, believe it or not, super toxic.

Plastic drinking straws contain phthalates and bisphenol A – AKA “BPA.” BPA exposure has been tied to countless long-term issues including behavioral problems in kids to heightened rates of cancer, heart issues and more. When you brand and share reusable straws, you’re acknowledging these seismic concerns and telling your customers, “WE CARE.”

#4. You’re Doing YOUR Brand Some Serious Good

It’s simple – you want to be the brand that does its part and sets the trends for your team, your clients and beyond. Enter reusable drinking straws. The majority of Americans haven’t yet converted from classic plastic but, given the media buzz, most have heard about the push for a change. In other words, you’ve got a primed market out there, jam packed with people who know there’s an issue but maybe aren’t fully in the loop, or simply, haven’t gotten their hands on a reusable straw just yet.

Our advice? Be the solution and you’ll forge a serious bond personally and professionally – and, of course, you’ll be laying the groundwork to share your branded straw over a quick drink (or two…).

Check out our new collection of reusable straws and set the wheels in motion for your next great promo piece.


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5 Direct Mail Marketing Myths


Snail mail gets a bad reputation for being outdated and unwanted. In reality, people love getting mail. Even in this digital age, no marketing strategy is complete without a good dose of direct mail promos. Here are just a few of the popular myths surrounding this valuable advertising channel:

Myth #1 – Customers prefer email.

Surprising as it may be, this is actually not true. In fact 77% of Millennials pay attention to direct mail marketing and nearly half completely ignore digital ads. Think about it… how many emails do you receive on a daily basis? Now think about how many pieces of mail you receive. Mail has become the thing that stands out in the crowd, the thing that is unique.

Yes, email offers targeted and timely promotions, but at some point it just becomes noise. Direct mail marketing rises above the noise. And the majority of people genuinely prefer receiving a physical offer over a digital one.

Myth #2 – I can’t track my success.

Direct mail marketing is just like any other form of marketing; when done right, it’s easy to track your success. Success is always determined by your end goal. If you’re goal is to drive people to your website, you’ll want to make sure that your URL appears somewhere on your direct mail piece. You can simply monitor traffic before, during and after the campaign, or for an even deeper look into your audience you can use QR codes that will take them to a specific landing page for you to track.

Sometimes success isn’t measured in traffic but in purchase rates. For this goal, create unique offer IDs that will allow you to trace the purchase back to the recipient. You can also include a phone number dedicated specifically to your direct mail campaign so you know anyone calling on that line is doing so because of your mail piece.

Myth #3 – No one really wants mail.

Mail is classic. There is something wholesome about going to your mailbox and bringing in the mail. It may seem like an antiquated tradition, but mail evokes emotion.

Almost half of all Americans look forward to checking their mail. And according to a recent study by the U.S. Postal Service, 98% of Americans bring in their mail the day it’s delivered and 77% sort through their mail immediately… That means your marketing is getting into the hands of consumers at a time when you have their full attention and they are really interested in what you have to say.

Myth #4 – Digital media is more engaging.

While digital media can be interactive, direct mail has a physical component that digital can never match. It provides a tactile experience and engages more of the senses, which creates a stronger connection to the material.

Plus, there are some really interesting ways you can engage people through direct mail marketing… Did you know that you can mail all kinds of items without any packaging at all? Just make sure the label is securely attached, and you can mail promos that are sure to be seen.

Myth #5 – Direct mail marketing is all oversized postcards.

We do love a good oversized postcard now and then, but no, that’s not the only option. There are tons of great ideas for direct mail promotional products… items like imprinted webcam covers, phone wallets, seed packets, bookmarks and calendars to name a few… but basically anything you can think of that’s lightweight and thin enough to fit in an envelop works well here.

You can also think outside the box – literally – and mail promos like frisbees and rubber balls with just a mailing label. This saves your customers a step and ensures your gift is seen. But if you choose to go the more traditional route and put your promo in an envelope, be sure to mark the outside to let them know there is a gift waiting inside!

One more takeaway…

It’s not all or nothing when it comes to marketing. Don’t think of it as a battle of digital versus print… it’s actually about finding the right balance in the relationship between pixel and paper. An integrated marketing strategy makes sure everything – print, web, social, mail, promos, tv, radio – is all working together to help you accomplish your goals. And now that we’ve busted some of these myths about direct mail marketing, let us help put the mail to work for you!

Promo Know-How Tip:

Don’t be afraid to get creative with your Direct Marketing efforts and think outside the box. This pest company certainly did a great job with that!

 


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Promotional Products Work! #PowerofPromo


Promotional products:

Useful, tangible items imprinted with an advertiser’s name, logo or message. The perfect medium to increase brand awareness, promotional products are an incredibly powerful marketing tool since they allow a brand to connect with consumers by engaging their senses. As one of the only forms of advertising that allows consumers to interact with a brand on a physical level, promotional products often create a more memorable brand experience. Here are just a few (of many) impressive statistics that were highlighted during Promotional Products Work Week. This annual event is created by the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), and is designed to shed light on the effectiveness of promo items.

Isn’t that amazing? Promotional Products should ALWAYS be a part of your marketing mix.

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Especially their favorites. Mine in particular: favorite pen, favorite bring-your-lunch-to-work bag, favorite t-shirt (for the past 7 years), and favorite umbrella.

They also happen to be surprisingly affordable – and, people love receiving them.

Marketing tips we just couldn’t resist:

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This years note-worthy choice to include with your next Direct Marketing campaign: Webcam covers. They can be mounted directly to a post card (without much additional weight), and show that you value your clients privacy.

Still not convinced?

That’s right. People remember promotional items, more so (long-term) than any other form of advertising. That’s because when given a useful item, people connect with that item and remember what’s written on it. Promotional Products really do work. Call us today, The Promo Know-How People and let us show you how to choose the right item to support your brand.

 


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October’s Best Promotional Product


October Top Promotional Product of the Month

Put your logo in lights, literally. What more could you ask for? Introducing a 3-in-1 custom light-up pen where must-have technology meets a fantastic design. This unique pen is a bright new way to showcase your logo. As a giveaway, the pen is a promo classic! The Promotional Illuminated Curvaceous Stylus Pen is quickly becoming one of the most popular new pens on the market because of its multipurpose design. This slim, sleek tool functions as a writing instrument and tech accessory stylus as well as an illuminating billboard for your logo.

Top New Promotional Product: Illuminated Stylus Pen

These innovative pens feature an interior light that will have your brand shining bright. When customers push the capacitive stylus button, this light-up pen will brightly display your logo. One click and your laser-engraved logo imprint is lit up! By the way, capacitive is just a big word that means this stylus uses the same electrical properties as the human touch to detect the user’s touch, allowing much finer scrolling precision.

A stylus also reduces fingerprints on touch-screens, so it’s perfect for use on cellphones or tablets. These innovative pens work with cellphones including iPhones® and Androids™ as well as tablets such as the iPad®. This pen comes with a protective cap for the stylus, not only to safeguard the stylus, but also to prevent accidental light activation. A simple push of the soft stylus tip turns off the light. The light runs on one small lithium ion, non-replaceable battery. Please note that your logo will stand out on the pen whether it is illuminated or not.

To activate this novelty pen, simply push the side-action button. This precision ballpoint writing tool writes in SureWrite™ black ink. The click-action, medium-point tip is activated by a push button, retracting into the pen when not in use. Prospects and employees can take advantage of its ergonomic shape by grabbing the rubberized, textured grip for hours of writing comfort. And, if you want even more functionality, we have included a metal clip to keep the pen handy throughout the entire day. This pen can be securely fastened to a pocket, on a notebook or to a book cover or stack of papers.

This pen is made of plastic and has a shimmering metallic finish in five classic colors: metallic cobalt blue, metallic dark red, metallic black, chrome and silver. There is sure to be one that matches your brand. Its bright chrome accents give this pen an exclusive look. The total imprint area for your logo is 1.5”x0.25” on the 5.875″ barrel. And you have the option of imprinting on the front as well as the back!

Illuminate Your Brand with a Light-Up Stylus Pen with Logo

This is the perfect stylus pen combo for your tech-savvy clients. Or, you can hand out these budget-friendly giveaways at a tradeshow, convention, conference or college fair. These multi-functional promotional pens will certainly make a long-lasting impression on everyone!

Light up promotional items are a hot trend — whether you’re looking for a unique trade show giveaway or for a pen at reception when clients are checking into your office. Call a Brand Consultant today and get this flashy promotional tool at the low price of $1.49 per pen. Best yet, ePromos also offers Free Shipping on this 3-in-1!