Using a roll of stickers with logo to promote your business

Stickers can be an extremely effective way to promote your business. A nicely designed sticker can catch your customer’s eye, pique their interest and create a buzz around your business. They are also a very inexpensive way to get your business and logo out there. Investing in a roll of stickers with logo can be just what your business needs, and if you think so too then these are some of the things you should be considering.

What kind of design should the stickers have?

If you want your stickers to catch your customer’s attention and be something they would genuinely want to stick onto something, then design is crucial. Your roll of stickers with logo shouldn’t just state your business’s name, what you do or the contact details. It’s important to have an eye-catching logo, or even a clever image with some funny text to get your message across to your customers and be something they would share with other people. Remember, use a font that can be easily read as you have a small, limited amount of space.

How should you distribute your stickers?

Don’t overwhelm your customers with stickers, but take advantage of any marketing opportunities that come along. The aim of the stickers is to promote your business, engage your current audience and catch the eye of potential customers. Include the stickers in bags when people purchase your products, hand them out at marketing events, give them away at street festivals. Provided your stickers are interesting, attractive and eye-catching they should encourage people to look up your business at a later date.

What considerations are there?

It might be tempting to walk down the street and put stickers on each and every lamp post but remember not to put them up without permission as you could get a fine. It’s important to check you are allowed to put your stickers up and also to make sure that the people you are handing them out to don’t immediately go and stick them up, as you may be the one who gets into trouble at the end of the day.