Ideas to Start You Thinking
Some ideas (though far from exhaustive) to get you thinking about how YOU can best use these informational products to increase your leads, strengthen your brand and your bottom line:
- Gift with Purchase, Registration, Membership Renewal, or Donation
- Sponsored Gifts from Your Company to a Community Organization
- Customer Give-aways when Launching a New Offer
- New Parent Gifts from Medical Practice or Local Medical Center
- Fundraiser for Community, Spiritual, or Educational Organization
- Thank-you Gift for Opening Child’s Savings or Insurance Account from Financial Institutions
- Educational Present for Subscribing to Your Mailing List
As a Promotional Foundation for:
- Weekly and Monthly Promotional and Email Marketing Campaigns
- Creating, awareness, interest, and leads
- Professional Staff Development Programs for Educators
- Nostalgic Celebrations for Mature Age Milestones
- Restaurant’s Kid Menu Launch, Expansion, or Revision
- Move to a New Community or New Location Announcement
- Addition of a Younger Age Group to Your Products or Services
Because you know your professional activities better than anyone, you may identify other ways these products can serve you beyond those listed here. If it works for you, that’s what matters.
Let us know how we can help tailor our content to your needs.
The Inside Secrets of Sesame Street – for nostalgic generations of parents and their children who grew up with this beloved show. This is where it all started! (Library version also available.)
Guide Your Child to Safe TV and Electronic Media: 52 Tips for Parents – how-to tips booklet with suggestions for parents of children from birth to adolescence.
Guide Your Child to Safe TV and Electronic Media: 52 Tips for Parents – audio conversation based on the tips booklet con-tent.
Color Your World – companion coloring book about keeping TV and Electronic Media safe for pre-school and primary grade children.
“Thank you Dr. Burbank for sharing your booklets with me. Color Your World for the children is brilliant. It is a very good way to approach the children with constructive teaching through play! The 52 tips for parenting guide I will share with my children, and other grandparents. I am thankful and hopeful that the generations to come will not be addicted to media and TV.”
— Rose Ann, Parent