Archive for January, 2011
Any information would be possible. There has been quite a few versions of the song, but I'm looking for specifically the verison of the song used for the Heroes promotional Trailer. Thanks. Basically… Is that the name of the song? I checked lyrics from the songs I know to have been used, and none of them said that. I found this site, maybe it will help
My manager sent me a suspension letter 4 days ago: I havediscussed your situation with Julie and we have decided to suspend your employment here immediately. We will di scuss your potential future employment this week and will contact you on Friday September 11, 2009. You are not to represent your self as an employee of our company. You are not allowed to contact any our SDCNG’s clients, customers, potential customers, past customers. You are not to represent yourself as an employee until your future status is determined. Your email and phone passwords have been changed, please do not utilize any system to try and retrieve your company messages or emails. You will not be able to be contacted through the SDCNG telecommunications until Friday 9-11-09 at the earliest. I will be calling you to leave you a voice mail on your mobile phone. I will be sending you a text message to your mobile phone. You will be paid during your suspension, your benefits are also active until Friday 9-11-09. If you have any questions, please call me or Julie. 3 days later on Friday this is the email I received from them again: > We have decided to accept your resignation. > > When you said to Julie and I that you did not want to work here during our > meeting on Tuesday 9-8-09, we thought a suspension with pay would afford us > an opportunity to think through this situation. Julie and I agree that it > would be best if you were no longer employed as an Account Executive for The > San Diego Community Newspaper Group. > > We are assuming you will cooperate in returning all hard copy and > electronic files that would be considered property of SDCNG. This property > includes all: > > – Word documents > – Spreadsheets > – Proposals > – Promotional Flyers > – Contacts > – any other material on your personal computer that are related to > SDCNG business. > > > Since you used your personal computer for company business, please either > email the files or put them on a disc. Please let me know what day and > time you would often pick up your personal items from your work space and > we can accept the items that belong to the company. > > As my earlier email stated, your salary will be paid through Friday > 9-11-09. We will also be paying commission on sales for the issue of > 9-17-09. Payments received for your ad sales will be paid commission to you > per SDCNG policies for the next 30 days. > > You will also be receiving a hard copy of this letter in the mail. > > We will be mailing you your check for the week of 9-7-09. > > Please acknowledge receipt of this email. This was my response: I did not resign. In my most recent email to John, dated, September 8th 2009 at 2:18 p. M. I did state the following: "I am not going to quit here anytime soon. If you are interested in firing me than that is your prerogative. After discussing it with Julie, it is not what either of us want. " My email to John was followed by a "suspension letter" received on Tuesday, September 8th 2009 at 5:13 p. M. Today, September 11, 2009 I did receive the termination notice at 1:40 p. M. I understand SDCNG is terminating me effective September 11, 2009. On an emotional level, it is really hard to fathom as a pregnant woman. When is the best time for my fiance and I to come by and pick up my commodities. Including Also, California state law states, the employer must pay entire compensation (not commission) day of dismissal. My question is, how can you suspend someone and then turn around and say we accept your resignation 3 days later when I never resigned; I was terminated and they will not admit this. WHAT TO DO. After looking around, I learned — Looks like they fired you to me, even without your letter at the end. I drew that conclusion from the part about your benefits would continue though that friday
Whether you are new in field of brand building or a veteran already, you’re still prone in committing certain mistakes in the use of promo ball pens that has always been ruining promotions here and there. And just so you can avoid making your own promotion a complete failure, here are the most typical errors perpetrated in campaigns:
1. Forgetting (or neglecting) to imprint a marketing message into your custom promotional ball pens.
In marketing, when you use promotional items as your advertising tool, you cannot say it best when you say nothing at all. This basically means that you cannot remain quiet and passive in your advertising. Instead, you have to always make sure that you communicate to your customers via promotional items by placing a powerful copy/ message in your corporate gifts. A powerful message will not only snag the attention of your persons but also help you penetrate their subliminal and influence their market behavior. But whatever message you place in your custom ballpoint pens, the bottom line is that it has to something that can really strike a cord in your customers souls.
2. Utilizing obsolete corporate ball pens.
Successful marketing is all about being relevant to your market. And, relevance means knowing the current trends and events, knowing what is famous today and being able to creatively incorporate all of those to form one effective marketing pitch or presentation. In essence, you have to be attractive to the populace and potentially useful to them so that they will realize that they need you and thus buy your products and services. But you can only achieve this if you are time-appropriate. In effect, if your custom items are outdated, your promotion will most likely be a failure.
3. Choosing a cheap custom ballpoint pen over a high-quality custom pen.
Evidently, the economic recession had made it wiser for Americans to always choose practicality over luxury. However, practicality should not be seen as choosing what is cheapest, but more of making sure that we always get the worth of our money. In effect, it is about being cost-effective. This definition apparently points out the importance of looking into the quality of the things we purchase. In the same way, in buying custom ball pens, we have to make sure that we are getting nothing but top-quality pens simply because it is much worth it to do so. If you think about it, doing this is actually the more “practical” thing to do. Moreover, you will not be exposed that long if your custom pens will just expire soon because it was made from low-grade materials. Overall, in a practical and a marketing perspective, choosing a cheaper item0 over a quality one is a mortal sin.
I have a business and I want to increase my business in to next level. I need best promotional gifts. Who can help me. I was so glad to find this — What's your budget and what kind of promotional gifts are you looking for? Small ones? Luxury ones? Personalised gifts are perfect promotional corporate gifts – things like engraved gifts may consitute as "next level. " I would suggest checking out to see what they have to offer.
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Promoting your business is hard work! You have the aching head and feet to prove it. And if you’re like most business owners, you’re tired tired tired of purchasing promotional products that get little to no results.
That’s because you have not done the most important thing first: plan. Yes, purchasing promotional products takes more than skimming through a mail order catalog or clicking to a promotion product site and placing an order. You need to put some time and thought in to what and how you plan to use the promotional product.
You need to ask questions like what’s the basic idea of this promotion. What results do I want? What IS the promotion exactly? Who’s it for, youngsters or oldsters? Where do they live? If I received this promotional product, would I use it or toss it?
Which is probably the single most important aspect of promotional items that marketers totally fail to consider. If they would not use that cheap pen or soda can themselves, why would they think their customers would use them?
So never, ever underestimate your customer-even if that customer or person whoever will be using your promotional product is a child or teenager. In fact, you can gorgeous much count on the fact that unless you do some serious planning for your promotion, any promotional item or product you give away will be taken home and given to the kids.
That’s why it’s essential to plan your promotional product purchases around a central idea, much like you would for an advertising campaign. And that means knowing if there’s a need for your promotional product. It is not likely that people are beating down your door to get a notepad or refrigerator magnet from you.
If people don’t want it or cannot use it, a promotional product is not worth very much to them. The reverse is true too. If the promotional product doesn’t directly relate to your business and give people a reason to buy your product or use your services, then it is not going to do your bottom line any good at all. Worse, the money you spend on it is gorgeous much wasted.
So pull together your top people and have a brainstorming session for good promotional product ideas. Find out what your customers really want-and more importantly, what you mean to accomplish with your promotional product. This ensures you’ll have dynamite promotional products that get you the results you want every time.
I’m starting promotional company who focuses on doing parties. I’m going to do a video and post it on youtube and facebook introducing my business and what makes mine better than the rest. What should I say in the video (take in mind im doing parties for teenagers). I was happy to learn… For marketing to teenagers, I would say that you want to hit on lasting impressions. Anymore, teens think of the ideal party as the ones that are seen on MTV and other reality TV shows, so you want to leave them with the impression that you will be setting up parties that are just as memorable. Keep in mind that the teen is probably going to show your video to their parents (who will be paying for the party). It might be a good idea to touch on how using your services are not only memorable but also cost-effective, but I wouldn't make that the whole of the video. I think a good idea would be to do your video at one of your parties. What's better than showing people what they can expect?
If I'm not making any sense, let me sum it up to about what I'm trying to ask. . What type of training would come from this company? (in this case, its Hollister) How is the promotion done? And what are the advertising of this company? This is also for my Marketing Yourself class. Any help is appreciated. THANK YOU. Actually im just looking for websites that would be able to help me. it is my project so of course I would do the research. Essentially — Are you going to do any of your own research or just ask us to answer all of your homework for you?
I'm looking for high-end promotional items like crystal glasses and wine openers to represent the company I am working for. Does anyone have other ideas for high-end promotional items. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. It would depend on whom your target audience would be that are receiving the gifts. Also what the overall budget is per item. You could do a wine cooler that includes the glasses and the opener, desk clocks, leather coasters with zinc medallions, crystal paperweights,some type of quality wearables item such as a nice polo or windbreaker, a Food gift, custom labeled wine bottles, golf ball set, embossed portfolio/briefcase, etc. If you'd like to contact me, Id be happy to help you with additional creative ideas :-) Michelle Best Little PromoHouse In Texas sales@promotionalproducts. Net
I need to create one for my business, but I have no idea which service/online store to use. I need to include pictures and text in my planner. Any suggestions? Thanks. I was happy to learn… Do a search for "promotional items". Almost every company listed there has them. For example: ₪ ʎəɿʞɹɐq ₪