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Creative calls to action for printed media
Marketing may have gone online in a big way, but most companies are still using printed marketing material to back-up their online marketing message. This can’t simply be a case of printing out whatever’s on your website in brochure form – the two formats demand different strategies, not least when it comes to the all-important call to action (CTA).
How to write irresistible CTAs
It might be small, but the call to action (CTA) on your website is one of the most important pieces of marketing copy you’ll ever write. It’s your way of driving conversions and moving your potential customers further down the funnel. There are a few tricks to writing the most effective CTAs – such as using action-packed text, dynamic colours and eye-catching buttons. So read on and discover what will work for you.
12 Top Tips for Your 2019 Website
Whether your building a new website or updating your current one, your target is to maximise the number of visitors to your site and to make each visit valuable to your business. What will work best for you, of course, depends on your target audience and desired outcomes – when it comes to websites, it’s definitely not a case of one size fits all. However, we’ve lined up some professional tips that can be applied to most websites and should enhance your online success.
Inside Creative Welcomes Philip McMillan
Inside Creative is delighted to announce the appointment of Philip McMillan as Sales and Marketing Director, taking immediate effect. With extensive experience working as a consultant in the voluntary sector, with particular emphasis on governance, management, funding and communications, Philip is ideally qualified to steer and expand the company’s marketing activities across a wide range of sectors.
Using tools to create your best social media graphics
Even if you’re not a designer, there is a huge range of tools and apps out there that will enable you to create social media graphics free of charge. That means, even if you’re a technophobe, you’ll be able to create eye-catching posts that will attract attention and build followers.
Speciality printing techniques
There are times when simple ink-on-paper isn’t enough – when you’re looking to make an instant impact with your brochure, flyer or leaflet. This is the moment to consider embossing, foiling or choosing a speciality paper stock such as German etching or vellum. These techniques can lift your printed item above those of your competitors by adding a touch of quality or some extra sparkle to your offering.
Designing a product catalogue
Although most businesses now rely on their websites to present their range of products, there is still a place for well-designed catalogues in the sales team’s arsenal. When there’s the need to convey a large amount of product information, catalogues are an essential tool – and they need to be both functional and appealing to get the best results.
What should I print for a trade show?
Whatever sector your business is in, the chances are that you’ll attend a trade show once or twice a year. It’s your opportunity to put your brand right in the path of trade show delegates, so it’s important to make the most of it. Having a great stand is critical, but just as important is your printed collateral. You need people to remember your name and offering long after the show has packed up and finished.
Designing the perfect roller banner
If you go to trade shows and exhibitions, one thing you probably want to have up your sleeve, so to speak, is an eye-catching roller banner. If you do it right, it will attract people to your stand, build brand awareness and advertise your products or services. A good roller banner is a valuable marketing tool, so here are our tips for producing the most effective designs.