Marketing Ideas – Promotional Marketing Products From a Cardboard Engineering Background

Coming up with new advertising and marketing ideas can be difficult. Creative professionals might go to many different sources of reference for inspiration. Inspiration for many campaigns is to be found in movement and my suggestion is to start your search by looking at promotional marketing products that provide movement.

Promotional marketing products and interactive pop up mailers can provide an innovative solution to many advertising problems and can prompt countless creative advertising ideas. When you are looking for promotional print with a difference, maybe a printed advertising product with that bit of something extra or maybe a promotional mailer that can give your direct marketing campaign a lift – then pop-ups and interactive mailers with interesting and clever movements are the products to prompt the sparks that develop into creative advertising ideas.

Pop-Up Products and Interactive Marketing Products Prompt Fresh Advertising Ideas

Vibrant pop-up and interactive products can set your mind buzzing with creative advertising ideas. The high impact characteristics and vitality of automatic rubber-band powered pop-up products alone present countless opportunities for the creative processes to get to work. For instance, all automatic pop-up marketing products are designed to jump to life as soon as your customer opens the pack. The very action throws lots of creative advertising ideas and suggestions into the air – growth, life, fun, surprise, bounce, vitality, energy, action – how many suggestions for fresh advertising ideas do you need?

Unique, Innovative Marketing Ideas

Translating unique and innovative marketing ideas into an actual marketing campaign is quite definitely an art! Promotional pop up products can help you transform innovative marketing ideas into reality. Imaginative use of paper and cardboard engineering techniques is the key to making a unique pop-up marketing product. Applying an innovative marketing idea to the movement in that pop up product can be the key to creating a highly individual piece of promotional marketing. From there onwards, the application of professional marketing skills can transform that initial marketing idea into a successful promotional marketing campaign.

These types of promotional products will help you to produce an extremely successful promotional mail shot or an array of promotional print options such as exhibition giveaways; magazine cover mounts and corporate event invitations.

Pop-Up Movement and New Creative Marketing Ideas

New creative marketing ideas start with a spark of imagination. That spark could be generated by virtually anything – music, colour or movement for example. But if movement is the key, then what pop up movements are available to set you on the way to having those all-important creative marketing ideas to translate into your unique promotional mailer? There are interactive marketing products that turn; pictures that disappear and change; pop-ups which jump; pocket media full of fun folds – and each one creating a very tactile and interactive promotional marketing product. All that you need is that initial spark, that innovative creative marketing idea to start the ball rolling.

There are several reasons why promotional marketing products prove to be so popular within the advertising and marketing community. From a creative point of view it is that the products are so versatile, lending themselves so readily to so many new creative marketing ideas, ideas that can jump, ideas that can grow, ideas that can turn and so on. However, the main reason for the popularity of the products is that the results are so very successful. Everyone who has ever been involved in a business-to-business direct mail campaign knows the result of pinning big hopes on a bog-standard leaflet or flyer. It might appear to be relatively inexpensive but in all likelihood a very high percentage will be bin-bound! That has proved not to be the case with promotional products that originate from a cardboard engineering background.