For our third and final installment of this question and answer blog series (the links to the first two are at the bottom), we wanted to focus on how you can get the most out of your name tag investment. While the questions here may not be as common as some of the others we have answered in the past couple of weeks, we feel that they are just as important.
ROI: Return on Investment
Let’s first answer this, what is ROI? Return on Investment (ROI) is a performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment or compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. ROI tries to directly measure the amount of return on a particular investment, relative to the investment’s cost.
Now, what does that have to do with your name tags? Well, shouldn’t you be getting a good return on your name tag investment? We think so, and that is precisely why we only offer the highest quality of products. Let us explain what we mean!
Question: Why should I use a name tag?
Answer: Because they are COOL! That and the fact that name tags can improve your business in so many ways.
From employee and visitor identification to showing off your company logo and branding, name tags will make your business complete. By utilizing name tags in your company’s culture, customers will relate better to your employees. Name badges eliminate any barrier between the customer and employees. Even name plates provide identification to offices and retail establishments. So, try adding these to your business today.
Question: Do I want a logo or the name as the focus on my name tags?
Answer: To determine that, you will want to consider what you will be the primary use of the tag.
For example, in a retail setting, your customer will already know which store they have come to. When wearing a name tag there, the name and title should be the main focus. You can even consider different color selections to distinguish different job roles. Use one for managers, one for trainees and another color for permanent staff to identify those roles quickly.
On the other hand, if you are using these name badges for a trade show or outside sales, your logo should be the tag’s focal point. Make sure to select the proper printing process to make your logo stand out to draw people in. After all, you want to make people remember who you are.
Q: If I don’t know how to design my name tag, can you design it for me?
Answer: We have several options available to aid you in your product design.
If you don’t know exactly how you want your name tags to look, we have a design team here to assist you. We also have many products with available templates to help you get the look you need for your business. We always send a digital proof on all of our custom products for you to approve before your name tags are put into production.
Don’t worry about making sure that your name tag looks great; we do that for you! That way, you can focus on other things that make your business retain your professionalism.
Question: How are my custom products made?
Answer: We make each product you order from a carefully designed proof approved by you before production starts.
All of our custom products are made only from the highest of quality materials. You can see the type of material you will be getting on every order page. From our plastics and metals to even our ribbon types, we make everything with our customers in mind. If you’re unsure of what you want, or the quality, simply order a product example before making your purchase.
Do you have a question that wasn’t answered here?
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- Leave a comment here, and someone will get back within one business day (Monday through Friday).
- Contact customer service at 1-801-931-5000 (our office hours are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
Other Question and Answer Blogs:
Week One: How to Use Identification