The time to begin thinking about our Christmas marketing is upon us and Advice have a range of ideas to help you to make your customers, suppliers and friends all feel appreciated this festive season.
We have heaps of great Christmas gift ideas for you to send out.
Direct mail is still one of the most targeted forms of advertising out there. Sending a letter or a care package directly to your customers or suppliers is a surefire way to get in their good books this Christmas. We have a range of Direct Mail ideas and have recently put together a great campaign for Kings Plant Barn.
Everyone appreciates a simple thank you note and it is a great way to make your customers feel appreciated. But we can find a cost effective way to send everything from a simple thank you card to in store vouchers to Christmas care packages.
We have some great Dielines already made up for everything from funky envelopes and cards to boxes that will fit a nice bottle of wine and everything in between.
Another great idea for Christmas gifts is our range of personalised calendars that you can give as gifts and use around the home and office.
The A3 wall planner is always a good way to see how your year is shaping up at a glance.
The A4 wall calendar. The A4 wall calendar is a classic. Easy to see and use, you can even personalise it with pictures and important information for your clients. We have had clients use these calendars to great effect by giving clients important information about that month. From relevant recipes to tips about what vegies should go in the garden that month, a calendar is a great way to have your brand on your customer’s wall all year around.
Or, if your customers don’t have enough space on their walls for you to put your message a small tent desk calendar could be the way to go and it keeps your message right there next to their keyboard all year around.
Make sure that you are remembered this Christmas. Here at Advice we can cater to all of your Christmas marketing needs. So give us a call on (09) 308 9979 for a chat about getting the most out of you Christmas marketing.