Monthly Archives: June 2014

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    Keep Customers Hydrated with Custom Beverage Labels that Stay Put

    Waterpoof LabelsCustom Labels Help Prevent Missing Labels

    Imagine trying to grab a special beer or other beverage from the cooler, only to see a bunch of custom labels floating in the water or damaged beyond recognition. This would make it difficult to keep track of which drinks belong to you or even decide on which beverage you want to consume. Unfortunately, this is a situation that many people run into. Whether it's labels falling off of bottles due to humidity or exposure to water in coolers, slippery labels can make it hard for customers to find the right drink and give them a bad impression of the brand producing the beverage

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  • Water Resistant Labels Prevent Peeling from Summertime's Elements

    Water Resistant LabelsStop Stickers Peeling by Using Water Resistant Labels

    Companies spend a lot of time and money trying to design an eye-catching label that meets all compliance standard, so stickers peeling is obviously something they would want to avoid. Not only does this reduce the marketability of products, as the label will look unprofessional or may fall off completely, it also may leave customers without vital instructions on proper usage. Not all paper liners and adhesives are designed to withstand exposure to water, and if that's the case, stickers and labels will fade, peel or otherwise be damaged when left in these environments

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  • Show off Your School Spirit with a Customized Window Sticker

    Customized Window StickerWindow Stickers in the Wild

    Whether walking through a crowded parking lot or stuck in traffic, nearly everyone has seen a window sticker from a school before. Maybe the sticker was bragging about how the driver's child was an honor roll student at a specific school or perhaps it just featured the logo of a particular university. Either way, window stickers let students and parents show the world where they or their child studies. Bumper and window stickers have been around for ages, with some of the first uses stemming back to the World War II era. Over the years, many people have realized that attaching bumper stickers to the body of their cars may actually damage the paint job, particularly if some stickers are crudely designed and don't feature the appropriate adhesive.

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  • Designing a Stand-Out Sticker for Your Sports Team

    Sports Team StickersSports Stickers Are Perfect for Fans, but Schools Need a Good Design First

    Athletics are generally a rallying point for schools at all levels, so why not let fans show where their allegiance lies through sports stickers? The numbers don't lie - a study conducted by Marist Poll found that more than half of U.S. residents are college football fans, while college basketball is quite popular as well (39 percent of sports fans tune in, according to a report from ESPN). Even local high school-level sports tend to have a notable following. Schools looking to capitalize on the interest in sports can use stickers to drive additional revenue while empowering fans to show their pride in their teams.

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  • Label Your Ingredients to Prevent the Risk of Allergic Reactions

    Product Ingredient LabelIngredient Labels Can Raise Allergen Risk Awareness

    If companies want to ensure their customers do not suffer an allergic reaction while using their products, they need to utilize ingredient labels to raise awareness of the risk among their buyers. Achoo Allergy reported that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, while approximately 55 percent of all U.S. citizens test positive for one or more allergens. Fifty-five percent of U.S. citizens is a substantial number of prospective customers, and companies looking to stay on their customers' good side need to make any allergens used in products apparent to customers

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  • Properly Label Your Products' Ingredients to Prevent the Risk of Allergic Reactions

    Ingredient Labels Can Raise Allergen Risk Awareness
    If companies want to ensure their customers do not suffer an allergic reaction while using their products, they need to utilize ingredient labels to raise awareness of the risk among their buyers. Achoo Allergy reported that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, while approximately 55 percent of all U.S. citizens test positive for one or more allergens.

    Fifty-five percent of U.S. citizens is a substantial number of prospective customers, and companies looking to stay on their customers' good side need to make any allergens used in products apparent to customers.

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  • Keep Toxic Products Out of Children's Hands - Custom Warning Labels

    Warning LabelsWarning Labels Keeps Children Clear of Hazardous Products

    Although many household products are not dangerous to use, they can be hazardous or toxic for children who don't know any better than to avoid them, so warning labels can help product manufacturers keep children safe. There are several different items that are frequently in households that possess a tremendous amount of danger to children, a report from Birmingham Children's Hospital explained. The biggest threats include bleach (which can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea), turpentine (which causes nervous system depression), household cleaning products (which cause gastrointestinal upset and irritation of oral mucosa) and various alcohols used in spirits, perfume and mouthwash (which can lead to central nervous system depression).

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  • Unique Product Labels Help Consumers Remember Your Brand

    Unique Product LabelsA Unique Product Label Can Spur Brand Recall

    People may be subjected to hundreds of marketing messages on a daily basis, but that's nothing a well-designed product label can't take care of. That may seem like a tall task at first glance. Whether people are watching television, browsing the Web or even walking down the street, they are taking in marketing messages constantly through billboards, commercials. Web advertisements or anything in between. This makes it harder than ever for brands to make a meaningful impression on customers. However, product labels are different than all those other types of promotional messages simply because they are tangible.

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  • Picture Perfect Labels: 5 Tips for Designing Eye-Catching Labels

    Picture Perfect LabelsWinning New Customers With an Eye-Catching Label

    Part of product design is an eye-catching label. Although quality will always be important, the fact of the matter is that many shoppers tend to be visually oriented - well-designed products will capture their attention and pique their interest. If brands want to stand out from the crowd and reach a broader number of consumers, one way they can start is by simply designing a better label. This is true across all product categories, whether companies are producing bottles of wine, bags of coffee, nutraceutical products or anything in between

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