1. Professional Website
With costs being extremely low at the entry level, it’s becoming difficult to imagine any reason for a company of any size not to have a website. If you don’t have a website in 2017, you’re probably not going to looked at as having a legitimate business.
2. Company Logo
Your logo will provide, at a glance, a first impression of your company, product or service. Customers can instantly make up their mind if you’re a trustworthy, dependable company.
3. Business Cards
Business cards are more personal than swapping information digitally and they are one of the most effective direct marketing tools.
An effective brochure should clearly outline what your company is all about, and what specifically you have to offer a prospective client.
5. Apparel with your Business Logo
Business branded apparel is a great way to advertise your business indirectly while you’re out and about. It can also help create extra revenue by selling said products.
6. Company Letterhead
Personalized letterhead can make your small business appear larger. In addition, it can also become indirect sales tools.
7. Branded Envelopes
Printing business envelopes is another way to successfully brand your name and products. When customers see your envelopes they will make an immediate association with your products and services, building brand awareness.
8. Email Signatures
Having a creative e-mail signature can also help your business. You should include your name, business name, logo, contact information, and a web address.