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MANCHESTER, England, July 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
New 4imprint infographic on what SMEs could learn from successful viral campaigns
Promotional products retailer 4imprint has created a new infographic entitled 'Going Viral' which outlines what small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) could learn from successful viral marketing campaigns.
The infographic examines several well-known initiatives that have caught the public's imagination over the years and identifies lessons SMEs can take away from each one.
For instance, it advises that linking a campaign with something that is already popular, such as a TV show or a book, can be a particularly effective way of enabling a marketing drive to catch on among a certain audience or demographic.
Companies are also encouraged to be unafraid of giving their product away for a set period of time. This could help to generate long-term interest in their offerings, while early recipients of these items could realise the value of these items and be happy to recommend them to their peers - and of course purchase them in the future!
The infographic also suggests that businesses do not need to be too literal when they are launching a new promotional drive, as a more cryptic campaign can sometimes help to stimulate debate and fuel interest in a brand.
Another key lesson for businesses is that social media can present SMEs with many opportunities to market their brand, with methods such as cleverly created Twitter hashtags helping to shine a spotlight on a campaign. This can help to draw attention not only to a company's products, but also its brand values and ethos, which can be a good way for it to differentiate itself from rival firms.
The infographic adds that SMEs could consider backing a public stunt or event, such as an occasion that is likely to attract lots of media coverage and/or online discussion. As by associating themselves with an event in this way, they can fundamentally change or reinforce how they are perceived by their target market.
Cheryl Jackson-Leafield, Marketing Manager of 4imprint UK and Ireland, commented: "While SMEs can never guarantee that a new marketing campaign will go viral, they can significantly boost their chances of taking the world by storm by ensuring it ticks all the right boxes."
To view the infographic, visit http://www.4imprint.co.uk/Infographic/Going-Viral
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4imprint Direct Limited is part of 4imprint Group plc that serves more than 100,000 businesses with its innovative promotional items and corporate gifts throughout the UK, Ireland, USA and Canada. Its promotional merchandise offering includes personalised gifts, printed pens, paper & notebooks, promotional mugs, keyrings, printed cotton bags, mousemats, drawstring bags, printed sports bottles, printed USB Flashdrives & powerbank chargers diaries & calendars, printed T-Shirts & Hoodies and much more.4imprint's 'no quibble' guarantees include the promise that if the personalised goods are not despatched on time they'll be free! For additional information, visit http://www.4imprint.co.uk
For more information, contact:
Cheryl Jackson-Leafield, Marketing Manager UK & Ireland
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