Communicating through technology is normal cold and impersonal, but a Utah based company had found a way to utilize the speed and ease of technology while remaining personable and maintaining/increasing positive business relationships. Send Out Cards allows individuals and/or businesses of all sizes to quickly create personal cards over the internet which are printed and delivered through the postal service to your contact within a few days.
The website is incredibly easy to navigate and there are numorous options provide for you. Just to list a few; you can send a pre-designed post card, create your own card, use your own photographs, include gifts and gift cards, send one card or 100 cards at once, remember important days, and more. This is fantastic for companies who believe that maintaining relationships is a vital part of running a successful business.
You can, also, use Send Out Cards for your personal life and send cards and gifts to friends and family members. For example, you can send a holiday card, brief post card to keep in touch, or a box of chocolates with a gift card for a birthday. Send Out Cards has brought back the personal touch to a technology driven world.
Mobile coupon platform Cellfire has struck a deal with wireless carrier Boost Mobile to put coupons and discounts onto the handsets used by Boost’s U.S. customer base of 4.5 million predominantly young users.
Boost customers will be able to get the paperless offers on their mobile phones either via software downloaded to their phones or by accessing the Internet through Boost’s mobile home page and then going to the Cellfire Coupons site.“Targeted services that meet the specific lifestyle wants and needs of our customers at an affordable price have contributed to our industry-leading growth,” said Courtney Bunn, senior product marketing manager for Boost Mobile in a statement. “Easy access to free mobile coupons from Cellfire provides our customers with additional opportunities to save.” Read more »
Cellfire, a leader in mobile marketing, was recently featured by the Associated Press in the San Diego Source. The video is a good means of understanding what Cellfire actually does, and how it can help you as a consumer, business owner, or environmentalist.
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To view my work click here: Dayton Ballet Newsletter
Every summer the University of Dayton‘s Communication Department hosts a study abroad program in London, England or Rome, Italy. In my last semester of college I attended a layout design class were I was instructed to create a brochure for the London program using the few images and information provided.
To view my work click here: Study Abroad Brochure
For more information about University of Dayton‘s study abroad programs visit the University of Dayton Center of International Programs.
Miller Brewing Company‘s newest beverage, Miller Chill, is sweeping the nation. It already has been a hit in parts of the Sun Belt where it was distributed for testing, and, now that it has gone national, it is really grabbing people by the taste buds.
This alcoholic delight is brewed with real lime and salt to give it a Chelada style kick. I like to think of it as a Corona without the work of adding a lime wedge. Just pop the top and enjoy. (responsibly of course) Read more »
Up scale bowling lanes, Bowlmor Lanes, has released this comical print ad. It contains two entertaining elements for man men: bowling and breasts. The ad caught my attention and now I would not mind smacking a few pins around.
Here is an example of one of my press releases: Read more »
Ad Flip is a website I just found that has a collection of print advertising from the 1940s to the present. It is interesting to look through the ads and see how they have changed and/or stayed the same. Also, if you are in advertising or in school this is a good site to get ideas from or research the evolution of the printed advertisement.
This isn’t the greatest and didn’t have the best results, but it’s the first ad I’ve ever had out in the mainstream. It is a simply two sided flier which I handed out in a shirt and tie on a Wednesday and a Thursday in two lunch hot spots. (Dayton- Brown St. & Courthouse Square) The ad is for, you guessed it, blogosopher.com. Please, let me know what you think.
THE TEXT SAYS:
IMPROVING YOUR WEBSITE
IMPROVES YOUR BUSINESS
A WEBSITE should help build your business and make you money. Forget about the yellow pages, Google is where people will seek Read more »