5 Ways to Draw In Customers with Business Invitation Cards

5 Ways to Draw In Customers with Business Invitation Cards

Attracting and retaining customers is one of the cornerstones of ensuring your business thrives. One way to do that is through the use of business invitation cards.

Attracting and retaining customers is one of the cornerstones of ensuring your business thrives. One way to do that is through the use of business invitation cards. It’s possible to expand your network and grow your customer base as well. Even though you’ve got to play it safe in the new normal, you can still do your best to serve your customers

Make Customers Feel Like VIPs

One of the best ways to use your business invitation cards is to make your customers feel important. This way, your customers will be more likely to respond and actually come to visit your business, especially when given some type of incentive. Encourage them to see for themselves the services, presentations, or consultations you can offer them that will make a positive difference in their lives

Offer Discounts and Other Rewards

Another approach is to hype up the discounts and other rewards you can give your customers for when they come in. discounts, coupons, and freebies all have a certain appeal and can make an impression on your customers. Your customer base will be intrigued, especially if you circulate a weekly ad to show off what you have on offer. However, you will have to stipulate that your customers will have to show up to make good on your invitation cards. 

Arrange for Entertainment and Food 

Now obviously, arranging for entertainment and food to liven up special events is much easier to do under normal circumstances and not during a pandemic where we should all exercise common sense and limit contact. That said, live music, comedians, cookouts, and open mic nights are a good way to jazz up the event such as a grand opening or grand re-opening; sometimes, these events will have to be hosted in the parking lot outside the venue, depending on what’s going on. In any case, make sure your customers have something tangible they can take with them when they leave – insurance information, promotional items, and so on. 

Pose Some Questions

Yet another idea is to create a set of questions to include on your business invitation cards. The questions can serve as a hook to draw your customers in, and then encourage them to attend your event to find out what the answer is. 

Create Some Connections 

Finally, you should do what you can to create some connections between you and your customers. Put idealized images to good use. Also, include a section where RSVPs can be filled out so your customers are more motivated to promise they will attend. All invitation cards need to be printed on high-quality marketing materials to help impress your customer base. 

Let Time Printers Help With Your Design

Whether you know already how your marketing materials should look or you want further advice, Time Printers is here to help. We service all of Baltimore, Hunt Valley, and Towson. Our team of professionals can tackle all of your questions. Give us a call at 410-566-3005 and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn for tips and to see what we have been working on and what we can do for you.

 

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