A new school year has begun. Teachers have dusted off chalk brushes. The cafeteria lady has a brand new “secret” sauce. And children are already counting down the days until summer vacation. And at Print Three, we’re offering advice on creating effective content for school newsletters, ensuring they don’t become paper airplane parts in classrooms.
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Welcome to 2017, where everyone is glued to their smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
As a small business, it’s economically sensible for your advertising strategies to take a no-frills, information-based approach.
At Print Three, we’ve already debunked the myth that print is dead. We’ve also shown that while you can’t deny digital marketing’s effectiveness, it’s necessary to bridge the gap between your print and digital marketing. There are also certain instances where the World Wide Web won’t do, and classic print can’t be rivaled. As the saying goes, everything old is new again.
If you’re going to spend the money on an out of home or print campaign, you’ll need excellent creative execution to put your mouth where your money is, so to speak.
Thanks to the digital era we live in, every colour in the spectrum is at our fingertips. You can choose from hundreds of swatches at hardware stores, leaf through endless pages of Pantone books, or fiddle with colour finders in computer programs until you achieve the perfect hue.
If you aren’t leveraging the potency of social media marketing, you’re several steps behind your competitors, regardless of your industry.
In the midst of the digital revolution, there is one advertising medium that’s stood the test of time: the billboard ad.
Imagine Apple taking all their websites, packaging, and even their commercials, and replacing their signature font, Myriad, with… Comic Sans. Would Apple still ‘feel’ like the Apple you’ve come to know and love?
You’ll often hear that the millennials are the ‘storm-bringers’, out to change the face of just about anything and everything. As ridiculous as that may sound, when it comes to marketing and advertising in particular, that’s not exactly an exaggeration.