Holiday Gifts for Clients: Don’t Forget About Package Weight and Size

When Considering Holiday Gifts for Your Customers, Don’t Neglect Hidden Shipping Costs

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Austin, TX : We are in the middle of another huge Holiday gift season and as businesses plan their Holiday gifts for their top customers, it is imperative to think about shipping costs.

UPS and FedEx have switched to a dimensional weight cost structure, so even a bulky but lightweight gift that needs to go inside a large box may get slapped with dimensional weight–meaning UPS or FedEx will bill you for a higher “dimensional weight” – based on the box size.

Here is a link to an article from UPS on determining dimensional weight.

Bottom line, if you will be handing out gifts to your customers or employees- dimensional weight is not much of a factor.

But if you will be shipping the Holiday gifts to your customers or employees individually, smaller items, such as promotional power chargers and imprinted Bluetooth speakers are small and compact–and can make up for the costs in reduced shipping charges.

Think compact.

Think about smaller shipping boxes.

Smaller can be better.

Bottom line, by choosing the right Holiday gifts for your customers, you can make them smile–while saving your money on hidden freight charges at the same time.

Happy Holiday Gifting!

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products for all occasions and events.–including year-end Holiday gifts. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

7 Tips for Choosing the Right Holiday Gifts For Your Clients This Year

How Much Should You Spend on Holiday Gifts For Clients this Year?

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Austin, Texas:  Are you Over-Spending or Under-Spending on Holiday gifts for your clients? Do you even know?

This time of year, one of the most repeated questions are about how much money to spend on Holiday gifts for clients.

The 2 main Holiday gift thoughts are:

  • If you spend too little–customers are going to think you are cheap or do not appreciate your business.
  • If you spend too much, it looks like you are bribing them or are desperate not to lose them.

So choosing the right Holiday gifts for clients is a fine line.

There are several things to consider when choosing the right Holiday gifts for your clients.

Here are 7 tips for choosing the best Holiday gifts for your clients (in no particular order:

1) What is the lifetime value of that client?

This can make a huge difference in your gifting strategy.

Is it a large one-time client or is it a long-term frequently-purchase client.

2) Are there rules and regulations regarding gifting in their industry?

In some industries, such as Pharma– there are clearly delineated caps.

Others, such as legal and financial institutions, have larger caps.

Be sure to stay within those guidelines.

When in doubt, ask you clients or do a little research.

3) What have you given them in the past?

The past is a pretty good indicator of the type of Holiday gift you should give to your customers again this year.  Try to stay within 10%-plus or minus of the dollar spend of last year’s Holiday gift.

4) What is your relationship to your clients?

Is it frequent, cordial, confrontational,  or other?

Do you see them in person or is most of your communication done by phone or by email?

Have you met their family or gone out on social occasions?

5) Do you know their personal likes/dislikes?

If you know what  particular client likes–then try to find something that he/she will appreciate as your Holiday gift.

6) Why are you giving out Holiday gifts to your clients?

Are you trying to show appreciation?

Thanking them for past business?

Trying to keep your name in front of your clients next year .. and beyond?

Because it is expected?

If you know why you are giving out Holiday gifts to your clients, then it will help in your gift-giving decisions.

7) What does your competition usually give out for Holiday gifts?

When all else fails, try to find out what your competitors have been giving out as Holiday gifts in past years– and use that as your guide.

But if they are giving away Christmas Candy Cakes–do not use that gift as your guide–lol!  I dare you to find a more suitable Holiday gift for your clients than that.

Bottom line, there is no hard and fast rule when choosing Holiday gifts for your clients.

I suggest segmenting your Holiday gift list into A-B and C clients.

Your A clients should get more of a personal gift that is unique to them and shows some thought.

Your B clients should get a nice Holiday gift –usually somewhere in the $25-$100 price range–with your logo imprinted in a very subtle way.

Your C clients can get a Holiday card, a nice calendar– or a lower valued gift–depending on their lifetime value.

Holiday gifts should be fun.

Do not stress over it.

I guarantee that with a little pre-planning, your Holiday gift can be one that shows your appreciation and keeps your name in front of your clients for a long time.

Happy Holiday Gifting!

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products for all occasions and events.–including year-end Holiday gifts. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

Promotional Products Sales Outdistances Spending on Mobile, TV and Radio Advertising

The Power of Promotional Products: Leading the Growth in Sales and Advertising

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Austin, Texas: The Advertising Specialty Institute® (ASI) today announced 2014 sales of promotional products are on track to once again beat spending on mobile, radio and TV advertising.

For 18 consecutive quarters, both suppliers and distributors of logoed or branded promotional products, aka ad specialties, have reported increasingly bigger sales. Revenues jumped an average of 5.1% for suppliers and 6.1% for distributors in the second quarter of 2014, when compared with the second quarter of 2013, according to ASI research reports.

Further distributors, such as Geek Tech Branding , are bullish about their prospects for 2014, with sales up over 17%, according to its president, Robert Piller.  He says, “Over the past 5 years, sales have exploded by more than 15% year-over-year.  This year has even been stronger –thanks, in part, to increased sales of promotional power chargers , imprinted Bluetooth speakers and imprinted headphones.”

According to the eMarketer report, total media ad spending in the U.S. this year will see its largest increase in a decade, with total ad investments jumping 5.3% to reach over $180 billion, achieving 5% growth for the first time since 2004, when ad spending increased 6.7%.

“Low-cost, high-impact promotional products continue to attract major marketing dollars from businesses who want to spread the word about their brand, company or event because they allow even small companies to achieve as high an ROI as major corporations,” said Timothy M. Andrews, president and chief executive officer of ASI, the largest media, marketing and education organization in the promo products industry. “Further, end-buyers consistently remember the advertisers on logoed items and feel good about the brands on promo products they use day in and day out. How many people say that about TV commercials or pop-up ads?”

At about half a penny, promotional products have a lower cost-per-impression (CPI) in the U.S. than prime-time TV and national magazine and newspaper ads, according to ASI’s 2014 Global Advertising Specialties Impressions Study, a cost analysis of promotional products versus other advertising media.

ASI’s groundbreaking global research also shows that promotional products deliver commanding advertiser recall among 85% of consumers surveyed. The superior advertiser recall far exceeds other advertising and marketing alternatives.

Click here to watch ASI’s YouTube video on study results and here to read ASI’s research and supporting graphics in its entirety.

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products for all occasions and events. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

Why You Should Care About the Safety of Your Promotional Power Chargers

Promotional Power Chargers and Safety: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

safety and promional power chargersAustin, Texas: We sell hundreds of different models of promotional power chargers and power banks for giveaways at trade shows, conferences and as gifts.

With so many different options, how do you know which ones are safest–and why should you care?

After all, they basically all look alike on the outside–right?

Lithium ion batteries tend to run very hot – and unless they are constructed with the necessary safeguards they run the risk of catching fire.

In fact, there have been many product recalls lately from imported power chargers and power banks from companies skimping on use of proper parts and assembly techniques. So many that the airlines are considering some type of bans on carrying these batteries in bulk in their cargo bins in the future.

The main component of a power bank is a lithium ion / lithium polymer battery. Although these types of batteries are commonly used, the safety of battery product is always the utmost concern.

Power Bank safety can be addressed on two fronts:
1. Battery Quality Grade A is a general concept used to denote a very good quality battery. The real test is whether or not the battery has a UL Certification. Though our power banks have many certifications, our most popular power bank batteries have passed the UL 1642 test which is a set of rigorous Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental, and Fire Exposure Tests. UL is the most widely accepted certification that denotes a battery’s compliance with recognized safety requirements in North America.

2. Protective Circuitry The Protective Circuitry or PTC is considered a “Safety Valve”. It protects the equipment, the charged device, and user. PTC prevents Internal and External Short Circuit, Abnormal Charge/Over Charge, forced Discharge, and more.

It’s easy to reduce the costs of power banks by cutting out the cost of battery certifications and protective circuitry.

The potential risk of fire and the added product liability that using non-certified chargers presents to businesses and organizations makes it imperative to pay a little bit extra for peace of mind and insist only on chargers that are are FCC,CE and RoHS certified.

Does this certification cost extra?  Sure.  Testing is not cheap.

is it worth every penny? You bet–especially from a potential litigation point of view. We also run UL testing on many of our batteries for even more assurances.

It goes back to the cost vs. value scale.  Do you want the cheapest power charger or the best value?

These certifications show that they have passed all necessary tests to ensure your promotion is a success — and not a fiasco.

Be sure your promotional power banks have been tested and are FCC / CE / RoHS certified. (We have certificates available upon request).  This means they have built in short circuit protection systems and are tested to meet the standards for air transport.

Be sure to buy your promotional power chargers from a company that understands safety and certifications.

– See more at: http://blog.geektechbranding.com/2014/08/determining-right-mah-promotional-power-bank-chargers/#sthash.8OFF4xhe.dpuf

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products for all occasions and events. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

Getting the Most ROI From Your Promotional Power Chargers for Trade Shows

Are You Getting the Biggest Bang for Your Buck From Your Promotional Power Chargers?

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Austin, Texas: Promotional power chargers (or power sticks; power banks; external battery chargers) have been one of the most popular items for trade shows and conferences over the past 18 months or so.

Why are they so popular?  IPads and iPhones are constantly running out of battery power as people are on their devices more than ever before.

So how can you maximize the effectiveness of your free promotional power charger at these trade shows and avents?

I suggest a mutl-pronged approach.

First, promote “Free Power Chargers “and a “Free Charging Station” at your booth.  

It works!  It increases traffic exponentially and gives you time to talk to, and to qualify, your booth traffic.

Be sure to have a lot of outlets and sufficient amperage at your booth to have dozens of people at your booth at any one time.

Let people charge their own devices and pre-charge the promotional power chargers that you are handing out.  Bottom line–when people need battery power, they need it NOW!

Have promotional power chargers in two or three price points -depending on the quality of the lead.

Basic 2200 mAh promotional power chargers for most any smartphone is more than sufficient for the bulk of your trade show attendees.

Then have 5000+ mAh promotional power chargers for your top clients and prospects.  These will power most iPads and tablets–as well as a smartphone–giving your recipients plenty of power.

Clients and prospects will have your branded logo on their promotional power chargers for many months or years–and you will be the hero of the trade show.

Plan ahead and your promotional power chargers will maximize your marketing and advertising ROI–and help make your trade show a huge success.

Happy Promoting!

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

What is The Most Popular Promotional Products for Trade Shows?

Should You Choose the Most Popular Promotional Products for Your Trade Show Give Aways?

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Austin, Texas: “What is the Most Popular Promotional Products for Trade Shows?”, is one of the most frequently questions we get asked each day.

My answers are usually three-fold:

1) Why do they want to offer the same gift that everybody else will be handing out?

2) What are you trying to accomplish with this promotional products give-away?

3) Who is your target audience?

Handing out a popular promotional item that people want is great.  You get a long line of people at your trade show booth and you can try to quickly qualify them from there.

However, making your promotional products stand out by being just a little bit different–yet still trendy–can make your promotional products and your booth really stand out.

For example, people love iWallets-the little silicone wallets that stick to the backs of iPhones and smartphones.  However, a promotional iWallet with a built in stand costs about the same–but is more useful and desirable.

Same holds true for promotional power chargers.  You can hand out a typical rectangular or cylindrical power charger or, with a little more time, you can hand out a custom shaped 3D power charger that will be the talk of the show.

Promotional earbuds have been very popular over the past few years.  But earbuds coupled with a branded music download card will go even further.

Another example is the promotional tote bag. Instead of being one of 20 booths handing out trade show tote bags, hand out promotional iPad sleeves that will get much more traction and use.

Popularity just for the sake of being another me-too vendor will not help your trade show booth stand out.

Have fun.  Hand out promotional tech toys and hold contests at your booth for maximum attention and visibility.

Hand out the inexpensive promotional items to everyone–but hold drawings for higher end items–like promotional computer backpacks that will be valued and will also promote your brand.

Know your audience and be a little bit different and your trade show promotional items can be the talk of the show

Happy Promoting!

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

Which is a Better Value: Promotional Products or Online Ads?

Promotional Products vs Online Ads: Is it an Either/Or Question?

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Austin, Texas:  I have many clients that are increasing their ad spend for online marketing (and I’d include our company in that mix) – and they are weighing the value of traditional advertising, promotional products in comparison to pay per click.

As with most situations, it is not an either-or proposition.

Our company has decreased its marketing spend on print ads, direct mail and trade shows and increased our exposure to online ads.  I know many of my clients have done the same.

Promotional products sales have increased industry-wide again this past year because it is used to drive traffic to websites and encourage an action step.

Here is a quick comparison in online ads vs. promotional products:

  • Many online ads can be blocked or not seen by your entire audience–where promotional products cannot be blocked.
  • Online ads are fleeting where as promotional products can be used and seen for months or years.
  • Online ads can be expensive–about the same costs as a nice promotional product in many instances.
  • There is a tremendous amount of waste with online ads where promotional products can be targeted to the right buyers–increasing your ROI.

Promotional products can also be used in conjunction with online ads to encourage prospects to fill out an online form in return for a nice promotional product.

I encourage all my clients to put their website, Twitter handle and other social media contact info on their promotional products to drive traffic to their websites.

I see the two forms of advertising increasing-while many other forms of traditional advertising slowly decreasing.

Be creative in using both online ads and promotional products to have them work hand in hand to maximize your success.

Happy Promoting!

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.

Determining the Right mAh for Your Promotional Power Chargers

Tips on Choosing the Right Promotional Power Chargers For Your Particular Needs

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Austin, Texas:  I have written several posts about what mAh is (milliampere hours) and what it means when determining which promotional power chargers to order for your event.

I’ve broken it down a little bit further this time – as there still seems to be quite a bit of confusion in the market place about how to choose the right promotional power chargers for your target audience and budget.

Which Promotional Power Charger of Power Bank is Right for Your Trade Show, Promotion, Gift or Event?

Key Terms:

Milliampere hour(mAh) – a mAh is used to describe the energy charge a battery will hold.
* Amp output is a measure of how fast your device will charge

mAh: What mAh is right for your promotional power chargers?

2200 mAh Power Chargers – standard required to charge a smartphone. This will work on all makes and models–iPhones, Androids, Kindle Fires, etc.
* 2600 mAh Power Chargers – optimal for the newest phones, Samsung Galaxy 4 and newest Apple iPhones coming out soon
4400 – 5200 mAh Tablet Chargers – Best for charging iPads and Tablets.
8800 – 11,000 mAh Tablet Power Chargers – Ideal for dual input, such as for charging a laptop and a cell phone at same time.
*12,000 mAh Power Chargers – When you simply want the maximum charging power (and bragging rights–lol!)

What is best Amp rating for you?

Most promotional power chargers under 6,000 mAh are single port and have 1 Amp.  Many of the higher price power banks have dual ports for multiple devices.

1 Amp Single Port Power Chargers:   If you plug a smartphone (Android, iPhone, Blackberry, etc.) into a 1 amp power charger, it will charge the phone just as fast as if you plugged it into a standard wall jack using the 1 amp charger that came with the phone.

Dual Port Power Chargers:  Most dual port promotional power chargers have two charging ports:  a 1A (amp) and 2.1A port.   If you plug any smartphone into the 1 amp outlet, it will charge the phone just as fast as if you plugged it into a wall jack using the 1 amp charger that came with the phone.  The 2.1 amp port is for tablets, as they have larger batteries.  The 2.1A outlet will charge the device more than twice as fast as the 1A outlet.  As long as the power bank as a decent charge, it won’t be any slower to charge the iPhone 5 using the power bank than it would by plugging into the wall assuming the same USB amperage port is being used.

Safety Testing & Certifications

Lithium ion batteries tend to run very hot – and unless they are constructed with the necessary safeguards they run the risk of catching fire.   

In fact, there have been many product recalls lately from imported power chargers and power banks from companies skimping on use of proper parts and assembly techniques. So many that the airlines are considering some type of bans on carrying these batteries in bulk in their cargo bins in the future.

The main component of a power bank is a lithium ion / lithium polymer battery. Although these types of batteries are commonly used, the safety of battery product is always the utmost concern.

Power Bank/ Power Charger Safety Can Be Addressed on Two Fronts:
1. Battery Quality: Grade A is a general concept used to denote a very good quality battery. The real test is whether or not the battery has a UL Certification. Though our power banks have many certifications, our most popular power bank batteries have passed the UL 1642 test which is a set of rigorous Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental, and Fire Exposure Tests. UL is the most widely accepted certification that denotes a battery’s compliance with recognized safety requirements in North America.

2. Protective Circuitry: The Protective Circuitry or PTC is considered a “Safety Valve”. It protects the equipment, the charged device, and user. PTC prevents Internal and External Short Circuit, Abnormal Charge/Over Charge, forced Discharge, and more.

It’s easy to reduce the costs of power banks by cutting out the cost of battery certifications and protective circuitry.

The potential risk of fire and the added product liability that using non-certified chargers presents to businesses and organizations makes it imperative to pay a little bit extra for peace of mind and insist only on chargers that are are FCC,CE and RoHS certified.

Does this certification cost extra?  Sure.  Testing is not cheap.

Is it worth every penny? You bet–especially from a potential litigation point of view. We also run UL testing on many of our batteries for even more assurances.

It goes back to the cost vs. value scale.  Do you want the cheapest power charger or the best value?

These certifications show that they have passed all necessary tests to ensure your promotion is a success — and not a fiasco.

Be sure your promotional power banks have been tested and are FCC / CE / RoHS certified. (We have certificates available upon request).  This means they have built in short circuit protection systems and are tested to meet the standards for air transport. 

How Long Do Battery Chargers Retain Their Charges?  

Any battery will lose a bit of power over time, but this one has such a large capacity that I can’t imagine the little discharge would be an issue. When I travel, I take one and always “top off the tank” before I go. 

Battery Quality

The other important factor to consider with a promotional power bank is longevity.  How many times  the battery can  be charged and discharged before no longer functioning?

Most of the batteries in the promotional power chargers that we sell at Geek Tech Branding have been tested to yield 700 – 1000 cycles.

That means your power bank will be with your clients and prospects for a long time–and your brand and message will be right there with them.

A quality promotional power bank or charger can give you a relatively low cost per impression– meaning a very high return on your investment.

Promotional power banks are a very popular gift item for trade shows, employee gifts, Holiday gifts and for incentive and referral programs.  Just be sure to order the right chargers for your needs.

We welcome any other question you may have so that we can help you to choose the best promotional power chargers for your budget, target audience and needs.

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Robert Piller is President of GeekTechBranding.com, the leader in high tech promotional products. Since 1981, Robert Piller has been working with companies of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, law firms, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, startups and other organizations, to market and promote their businesses using the latest and most cost-effective marketing strategies and incentives.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on marketing and technology topics and loves to share and exchange ideas. Feel free to reach him through Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, by email (robert [at] geektechbranding.com) or through this blog

GeekTechBranding.com offers the latest high-tech promotional products –including imprinted power chargers and power sticks, imprinted Bluetooth speakers and promotional ear buds, custom printed tablet sleeves,  branded iPhone cases, imprinted USB car chargerspromotional stylus pens, promotional USB drives and hubs and more — all imprinted with your company’s name and logo.