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10 01, 2014

JWT 100 Things to Watch in 2014

By | January 10th, 2014|Advertising Ideas, Advertising Specialties, Association Marketing, Direct Marketing, Educational Marketing, General, Magic Cubes|Comments Off on JWT 100 Things to Watch in 2014

Going Digital? Staying Digital? Or adding a hands on, tactile experience, this list of what’s hot and how to apply to your marketing mix.

Edible Packaging, Heads-Up Movement and Haptic Technology—just a few items from the annual list of 100 Things to Watch for the year ahead from JWT.

It’s a wide-ranging compilation that reflects developments surfacing across sectors including technology, television, food and spirits, retail, health care and the arts. The list also includes new types of goods or businesses, new behaviors and ideas with the potential to ladder up to bigger trends.

31 01, 2013

3 Dimensional Table Tents for Interactive Bar Promotions

By | January 31st, 2013|3D Cubes, Advertising Specialties, Beer Wine Liquor, Beverage, Case Histories, Gallery, General, Magic Cubes, Marketing Concepts, Trade Show Gifts|Comments Off on 3 Dimensional Table Tents for Interactive Bar Promotions

Touch. Teach. Connect Your Brand with Your Fans. Engage with a 3D Table Top Liquor Promotion for Bars and Restaurants

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Take a look how the 3D MagiCubes, Touch Teach and Connect with the 18-34 demo. You think they only want Digital Marketing? Think again. The digital generation wants to TOUCH. They want to get their hands on everything. And when they are sitting at the bar, or in the lounge they get excited when they can fidget and play with a fun tactile game or cube. Now lets get on with the show…


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12 10, 2011

3D Dimensional Mail for Direct Marketing Success

By | October 12th, 2011|Case Histories, Educational Marketing, General, Magic Cubes, News|0 Comments

Dimensional Mail

When it comes to Business to Business marketing one of the key necessities is to stand out and get past the gate keepers. Reaching qualified prospects with impact is crucial. Creating a positive emotion when presenting your marketing is also very important when you want your clients and customers to remember you.  Using direct marketing and now known as dimensional mail, is now offering new and creative ways to break through the media clutter.

According to the Direct Marketing Association’s Response Rate Report – You can compare any direct response medium flat direct mail with dimensional, 3D tactile mailings and see that measured responses can pull 200-300% better than flat, envelope pieces.  In fact in the Direct Marketing Association’s Response Rate Report states last year, dimensional mail averaged the highest overall response rate, at 5.49 percent, of any direct response medium, according to the Direct Marketing Association’s Response Rate Report, with campaigns for some businesses yielding astronomical response rates of close to 16 percent. (The average response rate for other direct mail ast year was just 2.73 percent.)

The key to understanding dimensional mail is for one thing is that it’s not flat, and it typically arrives in a 3D Cube box or a cylindrical tube.  Consumer marketers selling packaged goods, for instance, have traditionally used boxed mailings to send product samples to hundreds of thousands of consumer prospects at one time. Unfortunately, only extremely deep-pocketed companies can employ this form of sampling to reach wide consumer audiences. The good news is, when used to target business-to-business prospects; dimensional mail campaigns can be dramatically effective in producing results from small, well-qualified, prospects.

Now B2B marketers can create custom small run dimensional mailings. Not all dimensional programs are the same, and they certainly do not offer the same results.  Depending on creative, and whether or not the campaing is long term or short lived.  But most importantly, one objective is clear. Engage your prospect with information that is delivered in a fun and playful medium.

Here are some ideas for creating a 3D dimensional marketing campaign:

1. Pre-qualify your list. Because mail that arrives in a box can be hard to resist, dimensional mailings are rarely discarded or opened by screeners, making them a great way to get your sales materials seen–and noticed–by your prospects. And although dimensional mail has a higher per-unit cost than simple flat mail, the cost for your overall campaign can be kept within modest bounds by mailing hand-delivering your boxes. It’s therefore critical to get your mailings in the right hands. Create a 3D item that creates multiple impressions, engages the audience and tells a story.

Begin by reviewing your company’s database and selecting your top B2B prospects. Do everything you can to clean and pre-qualify your prospects list, including making multiple phone calls to each business on the list until you’re satisfied you’ve found exactly the right decision-makers.

2. Create a memorable campaign. In order to open doors or move prospects further along in the sales cycle, your dimensional mail pieces have to be clever and demonstrate how you’ll meet your prospects’ needs. So tie your campaign in with your company’s overall marketing and advertising campaign.

What should you put in your box? It all depends on the message you want to convey. Just be sure the object is something your prospects will want to keep, and even display, for a while. Avoid overdone advertising specialty items, such as imprinted mugs, and go for something unique. For example, a Washington-area speechwriter once sent a “relaxation kit” to targeted decision-makers at major PR firms. His box included an aromatherapy candle and a neck pillow with his logo on it, along with clever, illustrated instructions on how to use the kit for maximum relief–and the message imparted was that hiring him would relieve the stress of too much work. So take some time to think about just what objects would work with your primary message–and what objects your clients would find unique or useful.

3. Make follow-up a top priority. In most cases, the primary purpose of dimensional mail is to capture the attention of prospects and open the lines of communication. That makes immediate follow-up within one to three business days essential. If your dimensional mail is successful, it’ll warm up your prospects and make them more receptive to your phone call. Of course, with the high response rate of dimensional mail, if your campaign is truly effective, prospects will soon be contacting you.

Touch. Teach. Connect with Three Dimensional Marketing with Magic Cubes. Desktop marketing that creates a positive emotion with your brand to your prospects.  And that Creates Endless Impressions® all year long.  Contact http://MagiCubes.com for free samples.

19 05, 2011

Direct Marketing ideas for promotional advertising

By | May 19th, 2011|3D Cubes, Advertising Specialties, Business Trade Show Gifts, General|0 Comments

GKIC Super Conference – Bill Glazer, co-founder of Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle ( http://dankennedy.com ), discusses the importance of Involvement. Bill demonstrates how MagiCubes ( http://MagiCubes.com ) can help info marketer’s get their prospects and customers attention with this desktop “Involvement” device. Now 100% customized for your info product, service or brand.

16 09, 2010

Trade Show Gifts without Stress Balls, mugs, pens

By | September 16th, 2010|Advertising Specialties, Business Trade Show Gifts, Magic Cube Diamond, Magic Cubes, Medical Pharma Marketing, Trade Show Gifts, Travel Promotional Products|Comments Off on Trade Show Gifts without Stress Balls, mugs, pens

OK, we know planning a trade show exhibit can be stressful.  Creating a marketing plan that includes a fun promotional product is important to the bottom line. So what does it take to create a Fun Business and Trade Show Gift that also tells a story and educates your customer on your objectives.  When considering your branding, it is important to engage your customer so they have a positive emotion with your brand. Sure its easy to buy a product, slap a logo on a stress ball or pen, but does that really get the marketing job done after the event? Lets compare Stress Balls to Magic Cubes for Trade Show Gifts and picking out the best promotional product for advertising.


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23 05, 2010

Promotional Product gifts found in Museums

By | May 23rd, 2010|3D Cubes, Artwork, Business Trade Show Gifts, Case Histories, General, Magic Cubes, Marketing Concepts|Comments Off on Promotional Product gifts found in Museums

Turn your corporate branding into a Museum Quality gift. The official home of Magic Cubes, ( http://MagiCubes.com ) offers Top Quality production for Magic Cubes®. As seen in museums gift stores from around the world. Imagine creating a sense of engagement with positive emotion for your company branding in the hands of your customers, just like Museum Quality 3D Magic Cubes. With the Magic Cube, you can create similar emotion to that of world renowned artists, with your company marketing in a folding 3d magic cube. See so many museum magic cube gift ideas below.

Those who are looking for a 3D Trade Show Giveaway can get a free Spec Sample with your own custom artwork. It takes only 1 business day to see your custom design unfold for truly unique promotional business gift. See how to create a custom magic cube spec sample – https://www.magicubes.com/3dproofs.php

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THE MET MUSEUM MAGIC CUBE

THE VAN GOGH MUSEUM SHOP MAGIC CUBE

THE ARTIST BLOCK MAGIC CUBE

THE PUZZLE MUSEUM FOLDING CUBES

THE FIND – MAGIC CUBE

18 05, 2010

The Magic Advertisng Cubes Stop Motion Video

By | May 18th, 2010|General, Magic Cubes, Marketing Concepts, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Here is a fun Magic Cube video where the cubes come alive! Promotional Products that engage.

26 04, 2010

Magic Cubes Video demonstration for B2B Marketing

By | April 26th, 2010|3D Cubes, Case Histories, General, Magic Cubes, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Magic Cubes create the Fidget Factor.  Customers just can put them down. Deliver ROI all year long on your customers desk’s.

22 04, 2010

Magic Cubes Video Product Proofs

By | April 22nd, 2010|3D Cubes, Artwork, Production Specifications|0 Comments

Save 3 Weeks of Pre-Production, and $195 with the new 3D Video Proofing and Spec Video system from www.MagiCubes.com.  Now you can upload your artwork, and withing 1-2 business days, receive a Die Cut Accurate Video Proof. Great for SPEC Proposals to Clients.  Not sure what Trade Show gift to giveaway? Test out your custom artwork with a creative Video Proof. Click Here for Video Proof Technology details.