Few authors understood the power of the imagination as much as Theodor Seuss Geisel. Better known by his pen name, Dr. Seuss, the celebrated writer and illustrator published 46 children’s books during his five-decade career. Audiences across the world adored his clever wordplay, fantastical characters and unique artwork.
I work with these products all the time and I’m often being told by our customers how they’ve used our print products in new and interesting ways. After discussing this subject with some of our customers, I was given a “top 3” list of their favorite “alternative” uses for our print products.
Say the word “bookmark” and most people will immediately think of somber libraries with stern-faced librarians, or bits of tasseled old leather in-between the pages of dusty bibles! However, a bookmark doesn’t have to be such a grim and serious product. It’s actually one of the most usable print products for your home or office.
We’ve all heard the expression, “What’s Simple Is True,” but today I think we can actually elaborate on that a bit…what’s simple, and cheap, is also true. That’s right, it’s not always how much money you spend, how many designers and marketing experts and whatever elses you have at your disposal, sometimes simple ideas can make big impacts. Enter, the bookmark as a marketing tool.
How to create a fancy bookmark from the quality bookmark prints offered by OvernightPrints.com. It’s really easy to do and the results are terrific. They look like the kind of high-end bookmarks that you buy in Borders or Barnes & Noble!