Disposable bag bans are clearly great for the environment since they prevent litter and the damaging effects discarded single-use plastic bags can have on ecosystems and municipalities alike. Another benefit of disposable bag bans is the boost they give to businesses. When a single-use bag ban goes into action, residents need to make the switch to reusable grocery bags. This is a great chance for you to create a customized bag that will help your customers out by filling their need for a reusable bag while also spreading the word about your brand.
Green marketing is a method of promoting a product or service in an environmentally responsible manner. Minimizing your environmental impact when promoting your brand will not only help the planet, but it will also help you meet your environmental goals and maintain a consistent eco-friendly approach. Below are some examples of ways to inject green marketing methods into your business plan.
Deciding which methods and products to use to market your brand is a big decision. There are so many options available and things to consider, from price and return on investment to environmental impact and effectiveness at establishing and maintaining brand recognition. A customized reusable bag will tick a lot of the boxes on your marketing product must have list, and at Factory Direct Promos we can help you navigate the process and deliver quality, well-made reusable bags that your customers will love and use for years to come to promote your brand.
Visual Social Media Will Help Your Brand Standout. Social media allows you to have direct, real-time interaction with your customers; you can gain valuable feedback, keep your followers engaged and spread the word about your brand all with a free membership. There is value in text based social media and there will always be a place for this medium, but make sure to use photos, videos and even Internet memes to connect with your followers. Visual imagery is engaging and on a social media platform photos and videos are more apt to be shared across your follower’s networks, which can lead to increased brand awareness and sales growth.
Any way you look at it, plastic pollution just plain stinks. Plastic pollution is responsible for a lot of harm. The advantages and convenience plastic products offer is in many instances negated by all of the damage it later causes. There are an abundance of reasons why plastic pollution is a major problem.
Simply put, when people see your company’s logo or a slogan, or even if they can associate your corporate colors with your brand, that is brand recognition. When customers are aware of and recognize your brand that is an indication that you have successfully marketed your company and the products or services you provide. People like to stick with what they know and what they are familiar with, so there is a definite perk and value to creating and fostering that recognition
Looking for Ways to Be Green in 2014? We’ve Got You Covered!
A new year means a fresh start to going green, or a time to take stock of your current green goals and initiatives and reevaluate your plans for 2014. Whether you’re new to going green or if you are trying to up the green factor either at work or at home, here are some ideas to help you hit your goals and help the environment.
Stress is a common element of most workplaces and the holidays can introduce a whole new element of stress between planning for and sending out holiday gifts and cards and organizing and attending events in addition to taking care of the usual work demands things can easily spiral out of control. We’ve rounded up five suggestions to keep stress levels down and spirits up at work during the holidays.happy-holidays
There are so many small changes you can make at the office to go green that can help employees feel like they are a part of a team that is creating positive change and helping with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Danika Carter at Your Organic Life shared a great pin on Pinterest about going green at the office. Keep reading and check out Danika’s pin below to learn more about how you can up the green factor at work and reap all of the benefits from environmental to cost savings to improved moral, these changes can have.