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Improve Your Marketing Strategy with Branded Packaging

Too many businesses do not realize that packaging is marketing. 

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Too many businesses do not realize that packaging is marketing. No longer just a container for transporting the product to the customer, packaging should be considered a part of your overall advertising and branding strategy. Making a small investment in custom packaging will help you more effectively promote your business and services.

Packaging creates the first experience with your product. Establishing a positive impression at the opening of the package is critical to building a professional impression and overall experience. Customers will think favorably as they receive and unveil product from packaging that has been branded and especially produced to promote your business.

Not only does branded packaging reinforce your business, but it creates future sales opportunities. Don’t forget that an order’s journey from your shop to the customer’s doorstep means the package will be handled by multiple people. Each time it passes through another set of hands, you are influencing another potential customer.

A few simple examples of branded packaging include envelopes with your company logo, decorated mailing tubes, and branded tins. Remember, clever packaging is often kept long after the product is removed and remains a reminder of your excellent service and delivery.

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Mike Clark

Mike Clark is the editor-at-large for GRAPHICS PRO. Contact him at mclark@nbm.com.

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