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MARKETING IDEAS and TOOLS
Marketing Mileage
Business Card Design Ideas
Brochure Design Ideas
Die Cut Business Cards
Scented Business Cards
Cheap Business Card Ideas
Unique Business Cards
Unique Brochure Ideas
Cheap Advertising Ideas
Business Card Layout
Promoting Home-Based Business
Competitive Advantage
Email Marketing Tips
Selling With Color
Promotional Magnets
Brochures and Marketing Mileage
Christmas Marketing
Creative Marketing

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Business Idea Brainstorming
Virtual Assistant
Event Planner
Wedding Consultant
Telecommuting Strategies
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Scented Business Cards

Scented business cards can attract your customer's nose - and their business.

Here's how to give your cards any fragrance you choose:

Place your cards inside a preferably airtight container with scented oil or potpourri of your choice.

You can apply the scented oil to a small cloth or tissue. Using a small container can help speed up the process.

If your business involves food, flowers or other aromas, scented business cards make perfect sense.

For example:
  • Wedding consultants can give their cards the scent of flowers or even wedding cake

  • Independent representatives for cosmetic companies can use the scent of a best-selling perfume or cologne
Candles can practically sell themselves with a little help from scented business cards.

Just place several candles in your most popular fragrance inside a container with your business cards.

You can use the same "recipe" with soap to achieve the sweet smell of success.

You won't have to tell anyone how great your products are. Your cards will do it for you!
Our sense of smell is the strongest of our five senses in terms of memory. Studies have even linked a diminished sense of smell to memory problems.

If your market happens to be mostly female, scented business cards might be even more effective. Of the two genders, females have the stronger sense of smell.



MARKETING STRATEGIES
Differentiate Yourself
Information Marketing
Building Customer Loyalty
Getting Customer Feedback
Testimonials
How to Define a Niche
Discovering Niches
Finding New Customers
Indirect Benefits
The Consumer's Perspective
Promotional Marketing
Pricing Products and Services
Viral Marketing Magic
Marketing Mix
Website Niches
Cheap Advertising Strategies
Complementary Marketing

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