The following list is definitely the latter and represents a myriad of last-minute stocking stuffers and novelty gift ideas for the upcoming holiday. If you are out of ideas, click on the following links to get one of your loved-ones something awesomely bad that they’ll remember for years to come.
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December 2, 2013
Don’t you just love Santa? That jolly ole plump chap with the white beard, rosy cheeks, and winning smile! But Santa has a mischievous side as well, and as we see from these photobomb shenanigans, he loves nothing more than to photobomb the merry heck out of all holiday revelers.
November 5, 2013
As my dance teacher once told me, “Fame costs, and right here’s where you start paying…in sweat!” Okay, I admit it, Debbie Allen was never my dance teacher but if I’d needed a professional-looking comp card template to jump-start my performing career, I’d have come right here to this blog post and I wouldn’t have [...]
July 17, 2013
Catering is one competitive son of a bun! Starting a catering business means going to battle with hundreds of other caterers who are all trying to get the biggest bite out of the pie…If you’re cooking-up a new catering business, here are 5 catering and restaurant marketing ideas to help make your business the cream of the catering crop.
June 18, 2013
In this postmodern age where all design ideas from the past and present are plundered for their artistic merits, vintage style is king! This is particularly true of business cards that suit a retro look that harks back to a time before full-color printing and gaudy graphics. In this post, we have gathered together 20 vintage business cards for your design inspiration.
December 20, 2012
You’ve asked for more custom printed products to help your business grow and prosper, and we’re delivering. NextDayFlyers is now offering three new products for you to add to your marketing arsenal: appointment cards, catalogs, and loyalty cards.
November 7, 2012
Recently I went to a Meetup group for people who enjoy origami. Yes, that’s right I said it, origami. Not that I actually have an origami habit, but it was part of my agenda to try to get out and do new things. I always enjoyed origami when I was nine, so why not as [...]
October 16, 2012
In just over a week, the two leagues will face off in the 2012 Major League Baseball World Series games Wednesday, Oct. 24. The NL has the home-field advantage this season, but in this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at seasons past with vintage programs that commemorate some of MLB’s most historic games.
August 21, 2012
Want to learn a bit about recycling? Here is some interesting information about paper and paper recycling. How NextDayFlyers Recycles: NextDayFlyers purchases and processes a staggering amount of paper and card stock. In creating business cards, flyers, brochures and other print materials for our customers, a considerable amount of scrap is generated. This scrap is [...]
July 13, 2012
Short and sweet, below are six essentials to great design for your marketing campaigns. Grow your business and your brand by utilizing these into your next postcard or flyer designs. 1. Clear mission: A well designed postcard has one dominant headline or graphic to catch the eye and communicate your benefit to the reader. 2. [...]
February 7, 2012
In January I turned another year older and clever marketers took advantage of the opportunity to touch base with me via their print campaigns. Businesses which gather demographic data such as birthdates have two pieces of useful information. One, they now know how old their customers are and from this they can make assumptions into [...]
January 31, 2012
The impact of your brochure has to be immediate if it is going to capture the interest of the customer. You have to offer something valuable to the customer to make them look inside. Here’s 10 tips on creating a better brochure message and design.
January 13, 2012
Direct mail campaigns can help you get your message in front of a new audience as well as bring repeat customers back. Below are six steps to consider for your next direct mail postcard. 1. Clearly define the mission of your piece: Does your piece pass the AIDA test? Plan and review your piece to ensure [...]
January 10, 2012
The weather is still cold across many portions of the United States. But it’s just a few short months away from the busy spring and summer season when families and individuals begin the buying and selling process in search for a new place to call home. Savvy realtors are already planning their 2012 marketing campaigns. [...]
October 21, 2011
The Classic Typewriter Page: a fascinating and fun stop on your meander through the WWW. It wasn’t too long ago that writers pounded out their articles and stories on intricate machines crafted of hefty metal. They were heavy, bulky, messy and noisy, too. But they became a trusted friend, a side-kick, an essential tool that [...]