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Table Tents
Dustin Hodgson | MyCreativeShop

How to Make Table Tents the EASY way

Table tents are more than just pieces of paper; they’re your quiet promoters. They get attention and share your message with little effort. They might seem daunting to create, but they don’t have to be. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process. You’ll learn how to design and print your own table tents …

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QR Codes
Dustin Hodgson | MyCreativeShop

QR Codes in Print Marketing [Simple Guide]

Ready to enhance your print marketing strategy with QR codes? Together, we’ll explore the fundamentals of QR codes and uncover ways to seamlessly bridge the gap between traditional print and the digital realm, fostering improved engagement and interactivity for your audience. What is a QR Code Generator?  A QR code generator is an online tool …

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Postcard creator
Dustin Hodgson | Design, Print

Postcard Playbook: Finding a Postcard Creator

Are you ready to unleash your creative potential with postcards? Look no further! I’m here to introduce you to MyCreativeShop’s Postcard Creator, the ultimate tool that’ll help you design stunning postcards for your business or personal use. Let’s explore its amazing features together and learn how it can elevate your marketing game. Perfecting Your Postcard’s …

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Door Hanger 101
Dustin Hodgson | Marketing, Print

Door Hangers 101: Unlock the Potential of Door Hanger Marketing

Budget: Less than $300 (ROI calculator) Despite being an often overlooked marketing tool, printed door hangers offer a cost-effective solution for businesses looking to promote their products and services. With low printing costs and the ability to easily target specific neighborhoods, door hangers present an attractive marketing option for businesses of all sizes. This guide …

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Snow Blower Image by Margaret Martin from Pixabay
Cassie Viele | Marketing

3 Creative Ideas to Rethink Snow Removal Marketing!

The winds they are a-changin’ (thanks, Bob!), and there’s a decidedly less optimistic feel to those leaf-clearing breezes. The overnight temps are beginning to drop and summer is packing it in until next year. For some, the inevitability of winter may be something to dread, but for a few, hardworking, entrepreneurial souls, those winter months …

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