She’s About to Embark to Denmark

For two months , beginning January 4th, Amanda will be remote. Like in Denmark remote. Working remotely? Maybe, sort of, but yes, somewhat. But life goes on, and so do things here at CustomXM.

Please Don’t Send a December Holiday Greeting Card!

I implore you  – Do NOT send December Holiday Greeting cards to your clients. You are wasting your time and money.

Printing For A Purpose

At CustomXM, we believe in the power of print to make a difference. That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce our new monthly program, Printing for A Purpose. It’s our way of giving back to the community that has supported us since our beginning in 1966.

Chicago Conference Recap: 2023 Branded Merchandise Trends

Last month we jetted off to the Windy City for a conference exploring branded merchandise trends in 2023 and beyond!

July 4th Holiday Schedule

Summer Apparel Sale

Save big on screen printed and embroidered apparel now through the end of June 2023! Starting at 24 tees for just $9.75/ea.

Making a Splash: Five Benefits of Eye-Catching Event Displays

Event display marketing is a powerful tool that can help your business stand out in crowded trade shows, exhibitions, and conferences. An event display is an important part of your marketing strategy and can help you attract potential customers and create a lasting impression.

9 Best Practices When Using QR Codes

Ok, I admit it. I made a mistake. I led you astray. From April of 2010 to August of 2011, I attempted no fewer than 4 times to tout the need for you to use QR codes in your marketing efforts. But alas, I was wrong.  As were so many marketers. We blew it. It’s 2023 and  I need to earn back your trust. It is with great confidence that I say, NOW is the time to include QR codes in your marketing efforts.  Printed materials, business cards, menus, outdoor signage, point-of-purchase displays, and more are perfect opportunities for QR code engagement.

5 Ways A Good Marketing Plan is like an Excellent Pizza

I may be stretching the dough here, but in many ways I believe that an excellent pizza is like a good marketing campaign. No matter how you slice it.