The videos have a playful approach because the promotional product industry is fun. Whoever said serious business can't be fun?
Sherwood, OR (PRWEB) January 21, 2008
Promopeddler, Inc. announced today that it will add videocasts to the list of services it provides for free to help clients craft their marketing campaigns using promotional products.
The new service will incorporate branding questions posed to Dale Kirby aka the The Branding Ideas Guru, via an online form to promopeddler.com with 3-6 minute videocasts featuring suggestions using custom imprinted merchandise that will promote companies, products, and services in the marketplace.
Kirby comments, "I have been surprised as to the number of inquiries we get from all over the world for help with their branding initiatives since starting this service two years ago." Choosing appropriate promotional merchandise is sometimes overwhelming. In addition to posting links to proposed marketing ideas to achieve the customers branding objective, the video format allows for a real live look at the products and their suitability for the industries and projects solicited. "The videos have a playful approach because the promotional product industry is fun. Whoever said serious business can't be fun?"
Monte Baumgartner, president of Promopeddler.com, believes social media has added a whole new potential to purchasing custom imprinted products online. "We have a new playing field and videocasting and podcasting have extended our reach into the marketplace. It has added a warmer, friendlier feel to internet companies especially our industry."
Promopeddler.com, the largest online promotional products catalog, maintains an extensive, low-priced, quality product line, along with fast shipping and a focus on personalized customer service and can be contacted through its website at promopeddler.com or toll free at 1-800-455-1350.
The company has made the Inc 500 list and is a recipient of The Distinguished Designation from the ASI's Multi-Million Dollar Distributor Roundtable. In 2007 they were awarded the first Marketing and Branding Web Award in the promotional product industry.